View the video of our Volunteers of the Year, Larry & Grace Warmingham and FLOWER. They were recognized at the KPETS Tails of Comfort Dinner, Sunday, March 18. This honor is so well-deserved as you’ll see a small sampling of what they do when you watch this video.
Registered KPETS volunteers and their companion animals promote well-being and offer encouragement in our communities by sharing the power and benefits of human-animal interactions.
Serving local communities in health-related facilities, social agencies, special-needs programs, schools, libraries, retirement communities and hospices, KPETS teams readily visit wherever the human/animal connection may be beneficial. KPETS services are free of charge. Established in 2003, KPETS has grown into an organization with more than 400 volunteer teams, providing over 10,000 hours of animal assisted therapy to over 300 facilities every year.