PARADISE VALLEY, AZ - It is time to get all the way down to stitching for the Paradise Valley High School Fashion Club. These college students are utilizing their abilities to assist animals on the Maricopa County Animal Care and Management shelters.
"It makes me really feel all heat and completely happy," mentioned Maja Jovanovic, a freshman on the school.
Maja has been stitching since she was a little lady. She's in ninth grade now and helps the category sew bandanas and chew toys that can be donated to the county shelter.
"I am glad to know that I am serving to these animals get a eternally dwelling," mentioned Maja. "They don't seem to be simply going to be residing in a shelter and that they are going to have a household that is going to like them."
That small piece of clothes can be worn by animals that should be adopted. It might be small, but it surely goes a great distance relating to discovering that eternally dwelling.
"It is extra vital than individuals notice," mentioned Jose Santiago with Maricopa County Animal Care and Management. "Lots of people see these guys and so they're intimidated by the breed. They're intimidated by the scale. We put a bandana on a canine and it robotically eases them up."
Proper now the county is caring for greater than ,000 animals between the 2 shelters that are over capability.