These groups worked very hard June 30th –July 3rd. We did get rained out on July 2nd but made up for it by working extra hard on July 3rd.
Annual painting of the kennels also helps keep the walls of the kennels clean and attractive.
A group of students worked in the cattery cleaning all the cat cages and getting them ready for new occupants. There were plenty of dirty dishes and laundry to fold after the clinic, too.
There was always time to pet or brush a dog, or hug a cat during the work days.
At the end of the visit, the group mowed and cleaned up the local cemetery. Students learned some of the history of the area, and some picked sage and wild flowers. They learned the Ojibwe names for dog and cat, animoosh and gazhigeeze.