School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with a desk mate during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sleeps on a desk beside its desk mate during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) sits with its desk mates during class in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

School's mascot dog Findik in Turkey's Tokat Fotoğraf: Mehmet Kumcağız

TOKAT, TURKEY - JANUARY 16: Students of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School, gather around school's mascot dog "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) in Tokat, Turkey on January 16, 2020. The dog named "Findik", found at a cemetery in Turhal district of Tokat, and was brought to the school nearby and became the 39th student of the school. Ahmet Akturk, the director of Kayacik Martyr Haluk Yilmaz Primary School in the Kayacik village of Turhal, and teacher, Mustafa Onlen, brought the puppy to the school when they saw several dogs attacking a puppy at the cemetery on their way back home. Akturk and Onlen looked after the puppies by making a small hut in a corner of the school yard and aimed to develop the responsibility and love of animals for the students by making them look after the dogs. The administrators of the school, which is a unified school and has a total of 38 students, started feeding one-month old stray dogs at school. The first puppy, that's looked after, became school's mascot, is named "Findik" (meaning hazelnut) after being called by this name by the students. Findik, kept following the students, and started taking the classes with the students during the lesson hours. Bedriye Kocer, the vice chair of the school family union, sewed a uniform for Findik, as it fills the desks along the students. This way it became the 39th student of the school. ( Mehmet Kumcağız - Anadolu Agency )

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