“Just ONE Litter!” Colorable Storybook

$6.95

The story revolves around one kitten at a shelter and shows, through pictures and text, how one unneutered cat can…

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The Kennebec Valley Humane Society (KVHS) is pleased to announce the formal launch of a new colorable storybook, “Just ONE Litter!” This book was written and illustrated by Leane Morin, a professional children’s book illustrator and member of the KVHS Board of Directors. With support and input from Project Manager Kim Nixon, the Education Committee, and local teachers and parents, Leane designed this educational storybook in the form of a very detailed coloring book. The story revolves around one kitten at a shelter and shows, through pictures and text, how one unneutered cat can literally produce thousands of potentially homeless kittens. The underlying message is a social issue. Many people are unaware of the extent of the homeless animal population across the nation and the need for spay/neuter.

This project was made possible by a grant from the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation, which fully funded the first phase. The objective of the project is education. The mission is to help educate kids about the importance of spay/neuter. The initial goal, over the next few months, is to introduce this educational tool into every 4th grade classroom in Kennebec County.

The book is a high quality, recycled paper, softcover book with fully colorable pages inside.  It is 11x 8.5 with 40 pages.  The back pages are filled with fun learning activities and teaching content for parents or teachers.

Contact us for Wholesale pricing  justonelitter@pethavenlane.org

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The story revolves around one kitten at a shelter and shows, through pictures and text, how one unneutered cat can literally produce thousands of potentially homeless kittens. The underlying message is a social issue. Many people are unaware of the extent of the homeless animal population across the nation and the need for spay/neuter.