The Great Falls Animal Shelter and the Children's Museum of Montana have teamed up for something special.

Spreading Compassion Through Creativity

They're joining forces to inspire kiddos through art and storytelling, especially about homeless animals.

It's all about teaching empathy and kindness in a fun and creative way.

Learning Important Life Lessons

The goal?

To help kids understand the importance of love and caring for those in need.

And what better way to do it than through art and imagination?

You're Invited to Join In!

Here's the deal: The Children's Museum and the animal shelter are hosting a super fun competition for all you young artists and storytellers out there!

How to Get in on the Action

Here's what you need to do:

  1. Pick Your Tools: Grab your crayons, pencils, or whatever you like to create with.
  2. Let Your Imagination Go Wild: Draw a picture or write a story about the featured furry friends – a cute dog and an adorable cat – both looking for their forever homes.
  3. Share Your Creation: Get your parent or guardian's OK and drop off your masterpiece at the front desk of the Children's Museum of Montana.

Get Ready for Some Awesome Prizes!

Each week, they'll pick their favorite entries and share them on social media.

So, get those creative juices flowing and help these furry pals find their forever families!

Stay in the Loop

Don't forget to check back each week to meet a new furry friend and join in the fun.

Let's spread some love and compassion together through art and storytelling!

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