• humane education

Humane education is teaching people of all ages to respect all life on the planet and feel empowered to take action and help make the world a better place. 

Peggy Adams Humane Education Department believes that people, animals and the environment are all connected. Through humane education programs, together, we can all make a lifetime of good choices in our treatment of all living things and the world we share.




furrytalesbubble.pngVirtual Story Time Program for Ages Pre-K - 1st Grade

At Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, we love stories!! And even more—we love to share stories. So, find a cozy space, snuggle in and invite a friend (furry or other) to join us for FurryTales- Virtual Story Time Program. 

Every Wednesday at 10:00 am we will launch a new story and introduce a special new co-host. 

Tune in to find out who it will be…

If you would like to read along…

-May 6:  Ladybug Girl and the Rescue Dogs by David Soman and Jacky Davis

-May 13:  Madeline Finn and the Shelter Dog by Lisa Papp

-May 20:  How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Cats?  By Jane Yolen and Mark Teague


we'reallearsbubble.pngVirtual Read to the Animals Program for All Ages

Want to practice your reading skills and help animals at the same time? 

Reading to an animal can be very calming for them, so why not practice reading in a judgement free zone by signing up for: 

We’re all Ears (and Tails and…)!! -Virtual Read to the Animals Program.

Virtual Reading is by appointment only. Open to all ages. 

Musical option: Calling all musicians… Do you have an instrument and some classical music to share? You can sign up too!


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