A heartwarming photo of a woman reading to dogs at a local animal shelter has online viewers dabbing the tears out of their eyes, but hopefully motivating more people to volunteer at local animal shelters and rescues.

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Woman reading books to dogs at a shelter

According to a Reddit poster named puglife123 who posted the picture stated: “This woman comes to my local humane society and sits in front of the dog’s cage and reads books to the dogs.” And if that isn’t touching or emotional enough, the woman is said to have been reading a book to Jade, a rescued pit bull, called Biscuit and the Little Pup, a primary reading book about a little lost puppy in a park.

Puglife123, volunteers as a dog walker praises the shelter for the excellent work they do trying to find new homes for the strays, the unwanted, and the past victims of cruelty. “You can do anything from dog walking, cat cuddling, to helping with the rabbits! I don’t get there as often as I would like because of work, but when I do it makes my day so much happier,” the volunteer explains and said when (her/his) two pugs died, going to the shelter was a way of being around dogs who needed help and companionship. There have been thousands of comments; almost everyone praising the woman’s kindness. The photo has been viewed over 3 million times.

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    • Marketing
      Marketing says:

      Hello Belinda. Unfortunately with the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re not talking volunteers. Once we resume normal operations we shall communicate to the public.

      Reply
  1. Annabelle
    Annabelle says:

    Hello,i am fourteen years old and I would love to volunteer ,i was wondering if you offer such positions/opportunities for people like me

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    • KSPCA
      KSPCA says:

      Hello. Yes we do have room for volunteering/community service work.
      You need to come to our offices and sign a volunteer waiver form then you’ll be guided further by the relevant personnel. Thank you.

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    • KSPCA
      KSPCA says:

      Hello. Yes we do have room for volunteering/community service work.
      You need to come to our offices and sign a volunteer waiver form then you’ll be guided further by the relevant personnel.

      Reply
    • Lawrence
      Lawrence says:

      Hi Brenda, kindly call us on 0733 571 125 and schedule when you are available to start

      Hours of operation:
      Mon – Fri 0900hrs – 1700hrs
      Sat 0900hrs – 1300hrs
      Sunday and public holidays – closed

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