Chester Co. students write ‘dog autobiographies’ ahead of adoption event

HENDERSON, Tenn. — Chester County students are helping dogs get adopted.

West Chester Elementary students are preparing autobiographies for an upcoming adoption event taking place at Tractor Supply in Henderson.

The autobiographies are written through the eyes of the dogs.

The students say they enjoyed writing the papers, and hope the dogs will find their forever homes.

“Anything we can do in the community we try to do here at West Chester,” said Principal Amy Wooley. “We got this opportunity, and I know that boys and girls can relate to animals and be able to love animals. I actually brought my own personal dog yesterday. I adopted her. I let them meet Stella yesterday. They made a real connection with these dogs, and they really want them adopted.”

The Henderson city dog shelter will be hosting the adoption event at Tractor Supply this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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