Students at elementary school created adoption posters for homeless dogs

Elementary students make adoption posters to help homeless pets find homes

One of the biggest challenges facing homeless shelter pets is getting their faces out in front of potential adopters. Elementary students at one school in Mobile, Alabama, recently helped the homeless pups at the Mobile County Animal Shelter by creating adoption posters.

The creative endeavor was the brain-child of Morgan Mumma, at the Elizabeth Fonde Elementary school, reports My State Line. The students created “Adopt Me” posters featuring the various dogs who are patiently waiting for their chance to be someone’s beloved companion.

According to the news agency, Mumma is now searching for places to display the students’ posters around town. Finding homes for shelter pets takes effort – amazing job Ms. Mumma. Your idea is brilliant and your students should be proud of their efforts!

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