Teachers from Counselling Team and 18 S2 to S4 students visited House of Joy and Mercy, established in memory of his beloved dog Ah Kwan who died of cancer. The organization aims at providing temporary care for injured, neutered, and weak old fur babies, and finding new homes for stray animals by organizing adoption days regularly. It also provides free occasional pet care service for owners who are unable to take care of their pets. During the visit, our students cleaned the facility and walked the dogs. Everyone involved in activities proactively. It is hoped that students can understand the plight of stray and abandoned animals and learn to be more responsible and respect life in this activity.