Animal rescue, compassion, and kindness can and should be taught at a young age. That is why we developed the KIRA Club, named in memory of Kira Serisky. KIRA Club stands for Kids Interested in Rescuing Animals and aims to educate and inspire youth interested in helping animals in need.

These monthly meetings consist of an age specific craft or project, speaker or presentation, and an opportunity to meet a few special furry guests. The kids can ask questions and dig as deep into animal rescue as they like. Prizes are even earned for attending multiple meetings!

KIRA Kittens (Ages 5-9)

Parents for children under 10 years old should be present during the meeting, but can utilize our conference room and Wifi as needed.

KIRA Cats (Ages 10-17)

The KIRA Cats will explore animal rescue and animal welfare more in depth with opportunities to volunteer in between classes at cat adoption centers and our thrift store. We will discuss opportunities to foster, bottle feed, host donation drives, and/or have rescue field trips during future meetings.

Upcoming Meetings

January 22 – Focus: Animal health and handling (how to hold pets, identify sick pets)
March 13 – Focus: TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) and Community Cats
April 16 – Focus: Bottle feeding and kitten season
KIRA Kittens (Ages 5-9) meet from 10-11 a.m. and KIRA Cats (Ages 10-17) meet from 12-1:30 p.m.

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If you have additional questions please contact Zariya at zsteele@PEThoodGA.org