Compassion. Teach it. Learn it. Share it!
Programs for kids and teens in support of our goal to teach children and young adults the importance of treating animals in a humane way
Programs for adults in support of our goal to teach children and young adults the importance of treating animals in a humane way
The Humane Education team has a wonderful ambassapet program, which allows the team to bring out one ambassapet to a school or offsite visit. These ambassapets are staff or volunteer owned pets, and are all rescues. Bringing a pet, will depend on the lesson chosen (for example-no ambassapet comes out for Click and Learn class). We have a variety of ambassapets for visits at our shelters, but the pet chosen depends on the staff or volunteers availability, as well as the age group of the audience. See our current ambassapets below, and you might just meet one at our next visit!
Jedi is a 3-year-old sphynx who enjoys socializing and keeping up with the latest fashion trends. Jedi was adopted as a kitten from the League after he and his siblings were born in a foster...Read More
In 2015, Juicy, who is now 11 years old, came from Texas and found her new family in Denver. After completing a training program, Juicy and her human were certified as a therapy team by...Read More
Kiwi is 4 years old and a League alumnus. She was adopted as a puppy after coming to Dumb Friends League on a transfer from Oklahoma. She was tiny then, but her ears were already...Read More
Lucy is 8 years old and League alumni. Lucy has been with her family since she was 5-weeks-old. Her human saw her one day in a kennel, they locked eyes, and that was it! Lucy’s...Read More