Over 70 children will spend the week on the Erie Humane Society for its third annual Rescue Day Camp.
The five-day camp provides campers the chance to be taught extra about what it takes to care for animals. The campers vary in age from seven to 14 years outdated.
Whereas at camp, the children will play with the shelter animals, be taught in regards to the fundamentals of animal care, and make a small garden to feed the rabbits.
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“My favourite half has been in all probability this, seeing all of the canines, or we simply made like embellished compost bins, and I had lots of enjoyable doing that with all the opposite individuals doing the camp,” mentioned Brooklyn Bond, 10-year-old camper.
“So while you’re older you’ll be able to shield animals and maintain them as protected as potential,” mentioned Liam Reitzell, 9-year-old camper.
Each campers mentioned they’re wanting ahead to doing actions all week with the animals.