Touching one BFF at a time. Sometimes it’s just sitting around the kitchen table and sparking a meaningful conversation about PEDS that transforms lives – and little paws. Just last week, BFF was invited to the Oak on the Lake HOA in Apopka. Neighborhood residents gathered and discussed the difficulties of accessing the West Orange Trail, because cars don’t yield and pedestrians just walk out in front of traffic. One shared stories about walking the dog and cars stopping versus whizzing on by when their four legged friends are not with them. Why do drivers top for pets over PEDS?
To get the conversation going in your community, contact Joan Carragher.
Keep putting your Best Foot/Paw Forward!