Dogs are a humans best friend
The day before finals. The last school day for the graduating class of 2018. Five days before summer.
The last stretch.
Feelings resembled that of the last lap of a 5K: muscles burn in pain and the lungs scream in agony, straining to get the body past the finish line where one could finally, after what seemed an eternity, breathe. Let’s admit it, MVHS is tired.
So imagine the surprise plastered across students’ faces as they slowly trudged along to the rally court after 5th period, where seven dogs were waiting patiently, tails wagging, water bowls placed to the side for easy access. Life doesn’t get much better than that, especially not the day before a math final.
Furry Friends is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of animals. This year, they happened to be invited to MVHS by Bring Change to Mind, a club focused on advocating for mental health on school campus.
Nothing is more comforting than a furry friend, especially when they lick without remorse and carry their hot dog shaped bodies with a swift bounce.