An 8-year-old girl makes bracelets that she sells to help shelter cats: in one week, she raised 510 euros

Brenna has always lived with cats and her mother volunteers at a cat shelter. Enough to feed an unconditional love to these furballs and wish to help them. The young girl has developed a touching business allowing tomcats to find a home for life more easily.

Brenna Edwards resides with her parents in Monroe, Louisiana, United States. At home, they have 3 cats: Bubbles, Callie and Nelson who are the girl’s best friends. In addition, his mother, Lauren Edwards, is a member of the Carolina Sanctuary and Rescue shelter for which she has been a foster family on numerous occasions.

Brenna has therefore bathed since her earliest childhood among felines and is well aware of the complicated living conditions of certain specimens despite her youthful age.

Recently, her cousin introduced her to the manufacture of costume jewellery. Brenna immediately devoted a devouring passion for this activity. She has since created models by hand with clay beads and silver charms (often representing cats).

A real entrepreneur at 8 years old
In this state, minors can start a business. Brenna therefore offers for sale on her Facebook page her bracelets at less than 3 euros each.

Then, she donates a third of her profits to the Carolina Sanctuary and Rescue.

To his surprise, the concept took off. She began to multiply orders from Louisiana and then from neighboring states.

“She was jumping for joy when she received all these orders, especially the one from New Hampshire. We had posted information about her bracelets on our adoption and rescue pages which was shared a lot. Everyone was amazed she was doing it, so she got a lot of requests,” Lauren Edwards told Salisbury Post.

To his surprise, the concept took off. She began to multiply orders from Louisiana and then from neighboring states.

“She was jumping for joy when she received all these orders, especially the one from New Hampshire. We had posted information about her bracelets on our adoption and rescue pages which was shared a lot. Everyone was amazed she was doing it, so she got a lot of requests,” Lauren Edwards told Salisbury Post.

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