BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Justyce Dixon decided on her own to make a difference in the lives of homeless and neglected pets at the Kern County Animal Services shelter.
Justyce started a dog walking service so she could collect money to buy the animals food.
She also picked out dog and cat toys, as well as shampoo for the animals.
Kern County Animal Services said it was very grateful for the donation and they thanked Justyce for her impressive work ethic.
Justyce is now planning to raise money to buy the animals blankets for when it gets cold in the winter.
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