Today was our last day of work here in the communities that surround the city dump of Maracaibo. We divided up into two teams this morning to accomplish several tasks. One team stayed at Fueñte de Amor to work on any dogs and cats that the people in the community wanted worked on. They worked about 35 dogs and cats throughout the morning. The rest of us went to a household very close to the church to work their pigs. We have been there several time and the owners were very excited to see us coming again. Most of the pigs that this household sells go to people who want to actually raise pigs. This is a contrast to many of the houses that we visit whose animals are either to eat or to use to barter for other goods. They had about 60 pigs and it took most of the morning to work them. We rode to a local farm store with Salvador to let him show us some of the supplies that he uses the most and we were able to buy some of it for him. We ate lunch at Fueñte de Amor with the other mission group that is here working with ITAM. In the afternoon we went to another farm and worked about 30 sheep and about 30 cows. We were able to work the sheep quickly and easily, but each cow had to be roped and worked individually so it took a lot of the afternoon to work them. When we were done there, we took the bus to the dump and those who had never been before were able to go up onto the dump. We ended our work week by going back to Fueñte de Amor and saying goodbye to our friends. It is always hard to leave after such an intense and productive week with our friends at Fueñte de Amor. Salvador poured his heart out to us as we gathered to pray at the church, which deeply impacted our group. Tomorrow we have sight seeing planned around the city of Maracaibo. It should be a good day of rest and reflection on what the Lord has shown us this week through doing His kingdom work.