Monday 7 May 2012

Fun at sundown

With daylight savings behind us, RSPCA NSW Education is squeezing in as many education visits as possible during the daylight hours (our eyesight just isn't as good as our animal counterparts) but last Friday saw Education Officers, Zoe and Eva, push their night time vision to the limit.

A primary school in Marrickville took advantage of the wonderfully clear night and held their first outdoor movie night - with a dog movie, dog food, dog face painting and dog advice from RSPCA NSW. Before the sun set, Zoe and Eva had some good conversations with some canines that vaguely resembled students from the school and made sure the students/canines took away some RSPCA merchandise to remember their night.

With dog agility and a local vet on hand to chat to the kids, it was great to also focus on rehoming animals with Greyhound Rescue also in attendance. Zoe and Eva were given a chance to gush over two wonderful greyhounds who had previously called RSPCA home and then rehomed through the Rescue organisation.

It's all smiles before the sun goes down...

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