Mission Rabies delivers life-saving lessons to five million children

Mission Rabies is celebrating educating five million children worldwide since the charity was founded in 2013. The milestone is a result of the charity’s work delivering rabies prevention lessons to children in schools and local community groups in rabies hotspots. Mission Rabies was delivering a prevention program to control an outbreak of rabies and save … Read more

What dog makes the best pet for families with small children?

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Dogs can be a wonderful addition to any family, providing companionship, a reason to get outside every day and unconditional love. All dogs have their individual personalities, and each family is likely to have a different dog that suits them and their lifestyle, but which types of dogs are better suited to a family with small children?

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Bacci The Cartoon Bengal Cat Helps Children Learn Valuable Life Skills

Psychotherapist Jamie Karia has created a children’s book series based on her beloved Bengal cat, Bacci. This series was created with the hopes of using Bacci’s adorable cartoon character to teach essential skills to children and adults alike, such as communication, self-kindness, mindfulness, and creativity. The adorable cartoon version of Karia’s beloved Bengal was chosen … Read more

Pit Bull Puppy Stolen From Two Children At Gunpoint

12-year-old Alanna Vaughn and her 10-year-old brother Izayah Savangvongsavanh were taking their new puppy for a walk in Milwaukee when a tragedy occurred. Two strangers stole their puppy at gunpoint, and she hasn’t been seen since. The kids are heartbroken but uninjured after this intense theft. When interviewed, they said they’re doing okay, but they … Read more

Farm animals and humans should be treated the same, children say | Animal welfare

Children think farm animals deserve to be treated as well as human beings but lose this belief in adolescence, a groundbreaking study has found. Researchers from the universities of Exeter and Oxford asked a group of British children aged nine to 11, young adults aged 18 to 21 and older men and women about their … Read more