Pamela Anderson Delivers Animal-Themed Colouring Books to Refugee Children
Pamela Anderson, along with PETA and Help Refugees, visited a Dunkirk refugee camp today with a delivery of warm cruelty-free hats and gloves as well as hundreds of animal-themed colouring books and coloured pencils.
The long-time advocate of both animal and human rights hand-delivered the items to children who have been forced to flee their home countries. The multilingual activity books are full of child-friendly facts about animals as well as pictures, quizzes, and other educational activities, enabling children to improve their language skills and their knowledge of other species in a fun way.
Teaching children about animals’ needs and helping them understand that all living beings have feelings can help them grow up to be empathetic young people, and these books will hopefully offer a few hours of diversion to kids who may have been forced to leave behind everything from their former homes.
Pamela was recently named PETA’s Person of the Year 2016 for her work promoting vegan living and animal rights. If you’re feeling inspired by her activism, join our action team and see how you can help animals: