BK students spread holiday cheer to abandoned pets

BROOKLYN - Students from Bishop Kearney High School played Santa yesterday to animals living at a local shelter.

The teens dropped off dozens of donated toys for the furry felines and canines at the Sean Casey Animal Shelter, which takes in abandoned pets. They also raised $200 for the shelter.

The students say the animals deserve love and homes too, especially at this time of year. Some also spend time volunteering at the shelter after school.

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