Since many children live with animals, it is important that they understand the extent of their responsibilities towards them. Indeed, far too many animals are still considered as toys, which we buy and abandon once interest has died down. The shelter’s educational service aims to raise awareness among children and adolescents by explaining them its fight to defend animals and by guiding them through the shelter.
We are pleased that more and more teachers are including a chapter on animal welfare in their subjects. Children must be taught to respect animals from a very young age.
This is why Veeweyde organizes guided visits to the shelter in order to explain to children the importance of respecting nature and animals.
These guided visits are organized on Mondays and Tuesdays only, by appointment made in advance at 02/527.10.50 or by email at email@example.com.
How does a visit take place?
If you are interested in a visit to our Brussels shelter, we invite you to contact our team at 02/527.10.50.
You can also make an appointment by sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.