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Each stand contains descriptions of animals, from which you can learn about their characters, features and habits.
On Tsvetnoy Boulevard, a photo exhibition “I want to go home!” Opened, dedicated to dogs and cats from municipal shelters. It will run until March 10.
“We launched a large-scale urban photography project to draw the attention of Muscovites to animals looking for their home. The exhibition presents pictures of the wards of the shelters “Zelenograd” and “Zorasvet”. Each dog and cat has its own story: some of them were abandoned, some were lost, and some never had their own home. In the shelters, these animals were helped – they were cured, vaccinated, taught to trust people, and now they are ready to become part of someone’s family, ”said the head of the Department of Housing and Communal Services
Each stand contains information about the characters, characteristics and habits of animals. Visitors to the exhibition will also be able to find more information by going through the QR code, which is placed under the photographs. It leads to the official page of the Department of Housing and Utilities in “Instagram”, where posts about dogs and cats from shelters appear every week. And you can also get to know them better by visiting them.
In addition, the townspeople will help the animals by spreading information about them. To do this, you need to post a photo of the exhibition on social networks with the hashtag #homehome and mark the account of the Department of Housing and Utilities @ moscow.dgkh.
Moscow is the first city in Russia where they began to build animal shelters at the expense of budget funds. Today, there are 13 municipal institutions in the capital, in which about 17 thousand dogs and cats live. Over the past 10 years, a tremendous job has been done – more than 26 thousand pets have been handed over to good hands.
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