A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he helps them by drawing their portraits

Ten-year-old Pasha Abramov from Arzamas is a young artist who paints commissioned animal portraits.

However, he spends all the money he earns on his artwork to buy food for abandoned animals.

When the American website Bored Panda wrote about Pasha, orders started pouring in.

A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he aids them by drawing their portraits.

“A lot has happened in our plans this year. Now, it’s a global project to support animals in shelters.

A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he helps them by drawing their portraits

Currently, Pasha has sent around 150 paintings to 15 countries worldwide, and nearly 1,000 orders are still in queue.

Thanks to this, we’ve been able to contribute over 3,000 kg of food, medicine, household items, and repair materials to the ‘Life’ shelter, along with monetary donations,” says Pasha’s mother, Ekaterina.

Due to the large number of orders, Pasha’s project has grown rapidly.

A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he aids them by drawing their portraits.

He now supports not only orphanages in Arzamas but also in other Russian cities.

Moreover, recently, the boy has opened his painting studio called “Paw of Friendship,”

A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he helps them by drawing their portraits

where his permanent residents, stray cats, reside. Besides painting classes and studio work, he engages in other beneficial and fascinating activities.

A talented schoolboy carries out various plans to help abandoned animals: he aids them by drawing their portraits.

The boy’s mother mentions that Pavel comes up with all these plans on his own, and his parents only support him in realizing them.

“In the studio, together with his parents and peers, Pavel executes various plans to help abandoned animals.

Even stray cats live here. We’ve taken them from the streets; they are healthy, vaccinated,

have veterinary certificates, and we are looking for new owners for them,” Catherine continues.

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