STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Save Animals and Value Environment (SAVE) held an awareness programme on compassion for animals and prevention of dog bites and rabies in Higher Secondary School, Gurha Salathia, which was attended by a number of students of all age-groups. During the programme, the participants were guided about animal’s behaviour, their body-language and some ‘Do’s and Don’t’ while dealing with street dogs. It was also brought to the knowledge of students that in our country, it is fundamental duty of every citizen to protect and show compassion for environment, wildlife and all living creatures. The resource persons from Save Animals and Value Environment, Rumpy Madaan and Gurvinder Kaur asked children to take a pledge for keeping water-bowls for animals and birds outside their houses and localities, for quenching thirst of animals and birds in hot summers. The programme was organised by Free Guiding and Counseling Cell, Gurha Slathia. The team members included Rahul Slathia, Virpartap Singh Sathiya, Sahil Salathia, Navdeep Sathiya, Vidhi Slathia and Khushboo Slathia. Leaflets on compassionate education, prevention of dog bites and rabies were also distributed among students. Some common diseases among neighbourhood animals were also discussed and necessary guidance for on the spot treatment was also given to interested students.
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