ACF’s First Birthday Through The Lens Of Our Cameraman
ACF celebrated its first birthday; our team went there and they were overwhelmed.
We want to share a tell-tale of our photographer with you all so that everyone can enjoy as much as he did.
He went there to capture the moments but returned as a fan of ACF’s team.
He was literally very happy and so full of emotions that he started off right after entering the office. We had to comprehend what he is actually trying to say.
His story goes like this…
Upon entering I was amused to see swarms of people inside the shelter, I didn’t expect it neither did I expect that there will be so many pets in the shelter.
The second thing I noticed was a clinic. They actually had a proper set up for a clinic for the animals. This was amazing and depicts the thoughtfulness of ACF for their animals.
Usually, in the events like these, animals are often not taken care of properly but ACF made sure nothing of the sort happens there.
They have several volunteers working for them that there was one attending 10 to 12 pets at a time. That way not a single animal was unattended during the entire event.
I liked the way they sectioned different areas for dogs, cats, and donkeys. Being a cat person I know myself that these fur babies are not really welcoming to guests.
And the animal enthusiast team even thought about it. They plan the whole thing according to the nature of cats. Who does that? At least I never came across someone this considerate of the pets before.
They were letting go only 10 people at a time inside the cat area. They made sure the cats are not annoyed by the intrusion.
It was really very well organized. Hats off to the team for managing it because it’s not easy to handle so many animals and social animals simultaneously.
I enjoyed the fashion show a lot. I fell in love with a dog who wore a red tie and Batman’s cape. The dog walk was entertaining and filled our hearts with guilt that these awesomely cute animals were thrown out or worse left to die.
Kids present at the event were the most enthusiastic ones. The shelter team made sure that nothing goes wrong as kids may don’t know how to deal correctly with the pets.
The event was a success in many ways. Many kids and adults adopted their favs and many animals got families. It was a win-win for everyone.
There was a whole section dedicated to donkeys in the shelter. People don’t consider them as their pets. When they are old and of no use to their owners, they are left to die on roads. ACF took a great initiative to adopt stray and injured donkeys as well. They are treated and taken care of.
Trust me my one visit to a shelter changed me as a person. Now I know that maybe I won’t be the first one to reach out to an animal in need but I sure know who to contact.
After I attended this event I am not going to close my eyes to the cruelty we humans are capable of against the ones who are made of love only.
It made me realize that animals only speak the language of love. Many of the visitors were strangers but the shelter residents let them not only pet themselves but they were also showing affection towards the people they were seeing for the very first time.
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