Here are the students who started a small business for cats. Have you ever seen a street cat near school? Many cats are in danger because they are abandoned and live on the road. There are students who have developed their talent for these cats.
The Inha Times (IT): How are you? please introduce yourself.
Ms Yang Hye In: I am a 4th grade student at the Department of Korean Literature, Inha University. Me and my friends are club members of baking club, making cookies and macaroons. Now we sell homemade cookies and macaroons to make the cost for cats to be safely neutralized.
IT: What exactly are you doing?
Yang: We sell our homemade macaroons and meringue cookies to Inha University students. We deliver pretty and delicious sweets to the front of the classroom for the summer vacation. As we are enrolled students and we do not have time during the next semester, so we only do it during the summer semester. If you are near Inha University, we can deliver it. Since students are very interested and want to participate next time, we will try again next semester or vacation.
IT: How did you come up with this idea?
Yang: I saw a lot of cats near the back door of Inha University. Doesn’t everybody like cats? A few days ago, I saw a cat on my way home. It was so nice and cute that the cat followed me charming. But it was so sad that the cat was too skinny. I fed some cats a few times. But it's hard to take care of my cats with my pocket money. And I heard that it's safer to neutralize and send it back than give it to cats. I was doing a cooking club because I was interested in baking as a hobby. I decided to help cats with my friends who loves cats by selling baking stuffs.
IT: How can students make an order?
Yang: I don't think students know very much about us because of the lack of publicity yet. Nevertheless, I am often contacted through friends around the ‘Everytime’ application or Inha School Square( 인하광장). We also made an Instagram account recently, so please find a lot.
IT: Is there anything you would like to say to Inha University students?
Yang: As much as we prepared for the first time, we haven't done much yet, but we did our best with the skills we learned in cooking clubs for two years. I hope many students are interested. We are uploading pictures of cats, cookies and macaroons directly to our Instagram account. And there are a lot of cats. Most of them are thrown away when students moved or graduated. I want you to take care of the cats to the end and I hope many people will take care of them so that the cats are not hurt.
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