A young artist, nine years old, trades beautiful animal paintings for supplies for animal shelters.

Russian youngster Andrei Ivanov, age 9, decided to start working at a dog rescue. To feed all the animals there, at least 46 pounds of porridge would be required.

How is a volunteer so young able to assist? The young boy is a skilled painter. He might even sell his creations to acquire money for toys or a new phone for himself. Instead, in exchange for food and work, Andrei transports animal food and medications to the shelter. He desired to aid them and somehow take care of them. The boy’s mother supported him. The two of them came up with the idea for the “Dog’s brush” initiative.

Based on the pet’s photos and the owner’s descriptions, Andrei creates original illustrations of pets.

Unexpectedly, orders started to come in from people who weren’t Russian animal lovers. Order processing is currently so delayed that new ones temporarily cannot be accepted.

A solution to improve the world might be found by one modestly talented and persistent caring person.

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