It’s a feel-good thing, being an animal shelter volunteer! makes you feel like you are doing the right thing. You are contributing to the solution, which makes you feel good about the work you are doing.
Some walk dogs, others help match adopters with the perfect pet, and some – like Maisie Green, help shelter dogs feel right at home while they wait for a forever family to adopt them
Mrs. Green has always enjoyed knitting! Another thing she loves whole-heartedly is dogs. she decides to use her talents to provide a little extra comfort to abandoned pets and started knitting coats and blankets for shelter dogs in need.
At 89-years-young, She donates her donates her knitted works of art to the center three times a year, and gets her family to help her to take them there.
Over the years she has managed to knit an estimated 450 cozy blankets and sweaters for the dogs in need at Dogs Trust, a rehoming center in Basildon, England.
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Maisie is more than happy to help the furry residents at Dogs Trust. Shelters can be scary places for dogs, and oftentimes they find comfort in blankets