Cathy’s Critters, a leading provider of animal entertainment services, announced Wednesday the release of a new program called “Worldwide Safari.” In keeping with the company’s theme of “Explore Your World”, the new program will bring animals hailing from around the world to elementary schools, middle schools, churches, libraries, preschools, or other educational services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Students will learn about animal habitats, defenses, diets, and relation to the ecosystem in which they live.
“I have been an animal lover all my life, and my passion is to help kids discover that same passion in themselves”, says Cathy Smith, founder and owner of Cathy’s Critters. “Our goal is to enrich the educational experience of kids from ages 3-10, while helping educators prepare their students for higher-level natural science curricula including TEKS-specific vocabulary, concepts, and science facts,” Smith said.
“We strive to make the world a better place by encouraging fun, healthy, and educational
interactions between kids and animals,” she continued.
Interested parties can visit the company’s website at http://www.cathys-critters.com.
Media inquiries can discover more about the company at the same website.
About Cathy’s Critters
Cathy’s Critters offers mobile petting zoos for birthday parties, church events, educational programs and civic events. It serves the entire Dallas-Fort Worth area and the surrounding communities. Summer camps also are offered for kids from across the entire Dallas County, Collin County, Grayson County, Rockwall County, and Hunt County regions.