Cat Tales: A Summer Reading Program for Children

Cat Tales

The SPCA of Wake County offers a summer reading program for children in grades K through 5. It’s an opportunity to develop confidence in their reading abilities by reading to shelter cats.For one hour every other Thursday this summer, children can sign up to spend time with SPCA cats and read to them in a judgment-free zone. They will also be able to take a tour of the SPCA Adoption Center and learn about responsible pet ownership.

A parent or guardian must attend the session with their child. Sessions are limited to 10 participants, so register early to reserve your space!

Sign up today! Reading program dates:

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7 Responses to “Cat Tales: A Summer Reading Program for Children”

  1. Carrie Long

    Is there a reading program like this for dogs instead of cats? My rising 3rd grader absolutely adores all types of dogs and loves to read. Please let me know. Thank you so much.

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  2. Lana Colema

    We all had a blast today! What a great program! The ladies did a great job organizing this.

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  3. Lisa Brandon

    I would like to sign up my 6 year old for the reading to a cat program on July 7 at 12;30. Please confirm this is my 2nd message

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    • Jenifer Sposit

      You can register for a session by selecting the time you’re interested, and that link will bring you to the registration page. Unfortunately, our July 7 12:30 session is full, but we have other sessions that are still open — or you can email acrum@spcawake.org to be added to the waitlist.

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  4. Jessie Thomas

    I’d like to sign up for a Cat Tales session. How do I do that? I didn’t see a sign up form online.

    If possible, we’d like to come July 21st at 2:00. My daughter, Lea, is a rising 1st grader.

    Thanks!
    Jessie Thomas

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