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Project

Scouts feed stray dogs in the city

9th Jun 2013

Taking into account that in our city there are many stray dogs, the Oak community of Advanced Guallipen (Sentinels in Mapuche Native Lenguage), went to the streets with a full sack of food in search of those dogs who are homeless, or who were abandoned by their owners.
Since this is his first service activity as pioneers, has been a great experience to be repeated.
It was a long day and several streets but the walk had traveled bounty on enthusiasm and how comforting it was for the boys. To think that many of the dogs have not eaten for several days and especially in these days of winter. Today we touch a beautiful day with sunshine and accompanied us entertained.
This activity will return to repeat, because as we, the animals we also need to eat every day.
 
See ya,
 
OAK COMMUNITYADVANCED GUALLIPENQUITRAHUE SCOUT AND GUIDE GROUP
 
RANCAGUA, CHILE