World Animal Day
All of us have seen animals, but not everyone has actually seen any up close. Tortoises, Iguanas, and Guinea pigs are quite uncommon, compared to pet animals like dogs and cats. On World Animal Day today, we encouraged learners to get up close to the critters to promote an improved understanding of animals. They got an opportunity to pet and touch the animals, which provided them with a unique opportunity to study them.
Learners met with the animals in batches and had a one of a kind experience by placing the Iguana on their shoulders. It was the biggest attraction of the petting session. The other two interests were the Guinea pig and the two tortoises that visited the school.
World Animal Day celebration unites the animal welfare movement and mobilises it into a global force to make the world a better place for all animals. Every country celebrates it in a different way, regardless of nationality, religion, or political viewpoint. Through increased awareness and education, we may create a society where animals are always recognized as sentient beings and their welfare is always given full attention.