We made it paw-sible!
Love doesn’t always need words to be expressed. Sometimes what we ignore or count as little might become a reason for someone’s smile. Happiness lies within. Money cannot buy happiness. Little things we do can bring up the happiness we all seek. And when certain moments of life becomes memories the happiness become forever. So we live rest of our lives cherishing the joy of the love we shared, smiles we bloomed and care we offered saved in our memory.
Feed a Stray 4.0, launched by the Rotaract Club of SLIIT on the 11th of August 2019 is such a memorable and a successful project organized by the community service Avenue with the help of all the paw lovers out there. The target was to fill the tummies of the strays around Kaduwela, Malabe and Kadawatha areas with the hope of giving them the love they seek and a good day to remember in their struggle to survive. The mission was scheduled from 8.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. All the volunteers were asked to gather at the meet up points and were informed about the mission. Food and water for the pooches were distributed among the participants after them getting in to groups. Finally the most awaited journey began in search of empty stomachs.
Covering a wide area and feeding a lot of dogs and cats, the mission Feed a Stray was a success .The faces of the pooch lovers and the paw buddies said it all.
At the end of the day it was more than a project that filled lots of hearts with joy and happiness. The love that was spread was immense. The team work satisfied all.
If the innocent animals who were privileged could talk they would witness how much it meant to them. At the end of the day we could prove that life isn’t all about money. The care we share and the time we spare can make the world a nicer and a better place for all the living. Together we made it happen. On behalf of all paw lovers, a huge thank goes to the organizers and the members of Rotaract Club of SLIIT for coloring up the memory book with another unforgettable day. And here we wait looking so eager for the second phase of Feed a Stray.
Rtr. Sakuni Galappaththi