What happens when the Redmond High School Animal Club and Strut The Pup join forces to help animal shelters in need of help? 550 lbs of dog food for the Seattle Humane Society shelter in Bellevue…that’s what.
Redmond High School, one of the Lake Washington School District public schools has an animal club where students who care about animals can work together to do good. One of their activities is a food drive to collect food for the hungry dogs that find themselves in the shelter on these cold winter days and nights.
As Robyn Kunkler, the teacher lead at the Animal Club pointed out, every year, between 3 and 6 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States simply because they do not have homes. They are there through no fault of their own because of decisions humans make.
Strut The Pup was happy to be called upon to support this great cause. Not only does this support the animals, but it supports the education and growth of the great students at the high school. What a great opportunity for these young students (perhaps future pack leaders) to be part of something greater than themselves and help an important cause.