Boy Reads to Shelter Dogs Waiting to Be Adopted
"I know some of these dogs are scared, so I read to them to help them feel comfortable," Evan Bisnaud said.
A 10-year-old boy has found an adorable way to comfort dogs waiting to be adopted.
Fourth grader Evan Bisnaud visits animal shelters with his mom and reads books to dogs needing a little bit of extra attention.
"I know some of these dogs are scared, so I read to them to help them feel comfortable," Evan told Inside Edition.
In one video, a nervous pooch curls up and falls asleep after Evan reads a bedtime story.
Not only is it an adorable sight, it's also for a good cause. With over 1 million cats and dogs put down in shelters every year, volunteering to help dogs get adopted could save their lives, according to ASPCA.
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