Because of his nice deed and protective sense for animals, a little child who donates money to support police canines has become a celebrity. Brady Snakovsky, a ten-year-old boy, learned that police dogs, or K9s, aren’t given the safety they need to accomplish their jobs.
He discovered that K9 canines were not as protected as their human partners while watching a police television show with his family two years ago. Furthermore, the child noted that the canines were not even provided with a bulletproof jacket for protection, so he decided to take action.
Brady’s mother, Leah Tornabene, told CNN:
“I didn’t realize the dog wasn’t wearing a vest since we were enjoying the program together. I was taken aback by the fact that an eight-year-old could perceive a problem and desire to find a solution. Seeing him achieve this made me very proud.”
This discovery piqued people’s interest, and a strong desire to aid these dogs resulted in the formation of Brady’s K9 Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for police dogs in danger.
The organization’s main goal is to purchase protective jackets for the dogs using funds earned through GoFundMe. Brady was able to acquire the first four vests after establishing this endowment fund, which he promptly gave for usage.
Today, the young man has given vests to more than 257 police dogs who were in desperate need of them. More than 23 North American states and Canada have received donations, and it has even provided jackets for military canines in Afghanistan.