Pet Stories For Kindergarten

Pet Stories For Kindergarten



Welcome, little listeners, to our wonderful collection of Top 29 Pet Stories For Kindergarten. Grab a comfy spot and get ready for some delightful tales to be read aloud to you. These stories, available in a friendly pdf format, feature charming characters, adorable illustrations, and endless adventures, all revolving around our lovable, furry friends. 

Pet Stories For Kindergarten are incredibly important for several reasons. Firstly, they inspire a sense of compassion, kindness, and responsibility towards animals in young minds. Secondly, these heartwarming stories also teach essential values and life lessons in a relatable, compelling way. Whether the story involves a mischievous pup, a cheeky kitten, or a sweet little bird, each one aims to educate while also providing a hefty dose of entertainment. Lastly and equally important, they enhance cognitive skills and broaden imaginations. Kids will undoubtedly love these stories because each tale is full of fun, adventure and the unique, unconditional bond that exists between children and their pets. So, let’s dive right into this delightful world of pet tales, where each story awaits to unfold its magic!

Top 29 Pet Stories For Kindergarten

  1. Little Gustava and her animals: In a small village, cheerful little Gustava sat on her porch, enjoying the warm sunshine. She fed her cat, hen, doves, and even a friendly dog named Rags. Gustava’s mother joined in, bringing more food for everyone. They all shared a happy meal together, showing the joy of kindness and friendship.
  2. The Story of Miss Moppet: This is the story of Miss Moppet, a curious little kitten who thinks she hears a mouse. But the mouse isn’t afraid of her and teases her from behind the cupboard. Miss Moppet tries to catch the mouse but ends up hitting her own head. She then pretends to be sick, and the mouse gets closer. But when Miss Moppet pounces on the mouse, she decides to tease him back by tying him up in a duster and tossing him around. However, the mouse escapes through a hole in the duster and dances on top of the cupboard. The story teaches children about curiosity, consequences, and treating others with kindness.
  3. Raggedy Ann And The Kittens: Raggedy Ann and the Kittens is a heartwarming story about a group of dolls who come to life when no one is around. When they discover that their friend Fido has found three kittens in the barn, they convince Mamma Cat to bring them to the nursery. The dolls and the kittens become fast friends, and the kittens find a loving home. This story teaches children about friendship, trust, and the joy of caring for animals. You can download the ebook (PDF) to read offline or print.
  4. The Little Boy And His Puppy: Once there was a curious little boy named Ben who lived in a village surrounded by beautiful hills and fertile lands. As he walked towards the village one sunny morning, he met Mr. Brown, a kind old man who invited him to join him on his journey to buy ingredients for his delicious bread. Ben politely declined, wanting to see what the day had in store for him. Along the way, he encountered a majestic horse, Mrs. Green with her tasty barley soup, and a family of rabbits, all offering to let Ben join them. But he continued on his way until he met a playful puppy who invited him to play in the hills. Ben happily accepted and they became best friends. From that day on, no invitation was as exciting as that of his dear puppy friend. You can download the ebook to read the story offline or print it for your kindergarten students.
  5. The Adventures of Mr. Piggles: Once upon a time, there was a friendly guinea pig named Mr. Piggles. He had a special look with his periwig-like hair, a sky-blue tie, and big buttons and whiskers. The townsfolk loved him and he brought joy to everyone. When the town’s bell fell and couldn’t be lifted, Mr. Piggles used his strong whiskers to create a rope and helped lift the bell back to its place. He became a hero, and every time the bell rang, people remembered his bravery. This story teaches us that no matter how small we are, we can achieve great things. You can download the ebook to read or print offline.
  6. Dot The Kitten: Dot is a cute little kitten with a white coat and one small spot. She loves spending time with her grandma, who knits with colorful yarn. Dot dreams of playing with the yarn and chasing after it. Even though she hasn’t caught any rats yet, she knows that someday she will. In the meantime, she enjoys playing and watching her grandma knit.
  7. The Boy And His Dog: Once upon a time, in a peaceful village, a young boy named George and his loyal dog Rover would embark on an important mission every summer evening. They searched for their cows in a vast, colorful meadow with a gentle brook nearby. The cows would quench their thirst and rest under the shade of trees, while George and Rover worked together to bring them safely home. Rover was not only helpful but also a loving friend to George. Their friendship and teamwork showed the power of loyalty and the special bond between a boy and his dog.
  8. Edith and the Bees: One summer morning, a little girl named Edith goes out to the garden to pick flowers for her sick friend. As she admires the beauty of nature, she gets stung by a bee. Her father soothes her and takes her to meet a beekeeper who teaches her about bees and their important role in the hive. Edith learns to appreciate the hardworking bees and their fascinating lives. She realizes that even though the bee sting hurt, it led her to discover something interesting to share with her friend.
  9. Dame Trot And Her Cat: In a cozy cottage filled with the scent of blooming roses, a kind-hearted lady named Dame Trot lived with her little gray cat, Puss. They spent their days in peace and harmony, with Dame Trot baking cookies and tending her garden while Puss explored and played. Every meal, Dame Trot saved a special treat for Puss, who eagerly waited for creamy milk. They avoided the town’s disputes and focused on their own happiness. As they shared their meal, they felt grateful for their simple, loving life. The story teaches us that true happiness lies in cherishing small moments and sharing love with our friends.
  10. Raggedy Ann Rescues Fido: In this story, Raggedy Ann is the only doll awake in the nursery at midnight. She is worried because Fido, the family dog, has been missing all day. Raggedy Ann gathers the other dolls, and with the help of Peterkins, Priscilla’s dog, they track down Fido to a dogcatcher’s pen. They open the gate and free Fido and the other dogs. Everyone returns home safely, and Raggedy Ann is happy because she knows that Fido’s return will make their owner, Mistress, very happy in the morning. You can download the ebook version of the story using the link provided.
  11. The “Go-Sleep” Story: Penny, the dog, doesn’t want to go to bed until she says goodnight to Baby Ray, who shares his food and pets her. The kitties, Snowdrop and Thistledown, and the bunnies also want to check on Baby Ray before bed because he plays with them. The four geese and five chicks join in too, as Baby Ray loves watching them and feeds them. They all find Baby Ray asleep, and finally, everyone can go to bed. This story teaches the importance of gentle interactions and caring for others. You can download an eBook of this story to read offline or print.
  12. Nero at the Bakery: In this story, the baker makes a delicious loaf of bread and gives it to a little girl named Sophie. But then, a big dog named Nero walks into the bakery with a basket in his mouth. Nero wants to buy bread too! The baker is surprised but gives Nero a loaf of bread. Sophie follows Nero and sees him deliver the bread to a lady who was waiting for him. When Sophie tells her family about what happened, they are amazed by Nero’s cleverness. It’s a fun story about a smart dog and the kindness of sharing. You can download the ebook to read it offline or print it.
  13. Pearl and her pigeons: Once upon a time, a little girl named Pearl received two pretty white pigeons from her brother. Pearl loved playing with them and didn’t like keeping them in a cage. She would often let them fly away and play with other birds. The pigeons would always return and tell her about the sunny world. They would even come and sit on her head or give her kisses. One day, the female pigeon named Dot laid two eggs, and together with her partner Phil, they were proud of their little family. Pearl would watch the mother pigeon take care of her babies and would tell her baby brother about it. Pearl and her pigeons were very happy together. Kindergarten teachers can download an eBook version of this story for offline reading or printing.
  14. Lafayette: This story is about a French poodle named Lafayette, or Fay for short. One day, Fay sees a dog chasing a cat and becomes intrigued. He starts to feel a desire to chase cats and be a brave dog. Eventually, Fay runs away from home and meets a dog named Tige. They become friends and go on adventures together. However, Fay realizes the importance of having a home and decides to return. Fay and Tige become beloved pets in their home and enjoy their days in the park.
  15. The Fairy Box: Once upon a time, a little girl named May wished for a magic bracelet that would prick her when she was about to do something wrong. To her surprise, a sweet voice spoke to her and told her to look under her pillow every night. If she had been good, she would find something nice, but if she had been naughty, she would find something bad. May was excited and tried hard to be good. She received presents like a gold box and a little black bag, but also experienced the consequences of her actions, like being stung by a wasp when she said unkind words. Eventually, May learned the importance of being patient and making amends for her mistakes. She received wonderful gifts like a white kitty, a curly black dog, and even a snow-white pony named Prince. May realized the joy of giving and being good without needing rewards. One day, she saw a beautiful bracelet on the table and heard a voice telling her that it was a reward for being a good little girl. As the voice sang its farewell, May saw a tiny fairy waving goodbye and felt the happiness of truly seeing a fairy. She wore the magic bracelet on her arm, always reminding her to choose goodness.
  16. A Barnyard Talk: In this story, the animals on the farm are having a conversation about who is the cleverest. The rooster thinks he is clever because he wakes up the people every morning so the children can go to school on time. The hen thinks she is clever because she lays eggs that are made into pancakes for the children to eat. The cat thinks she is clever because she keeps the rats and mice away from the food so the children won’t go hungry. And the dog thinks he is clever because he guards the house day and night. But the farmer says they are all kind and useful, and he gives them all something to eat. Then they all stop arguing and are happy. You can download the story as an ebook to read offline or print.
  17. Jet The Cat: Jet is a cat who used to be cross and didn’t like other cats or visitors. But one day, a poor and lonely cat called Tramper came to live with Jet. Jet took care of Tramper and they became friends. Tramper taught Jet to be kind and not to growl or be cross. Jet became a better cat because of Tramper and they enjoyed napping and chatting together.
  18. The Fantail Pigeon: In this story, a little white fantail pigeon feels sad and useless because she cannot do the things that other animals can do. She decides to seek help from the wise owl, hoping he will teach her how to be useful. But the owl tells her that she is foolish and must make the best of it. Feeling even sadder, she goes back home. Luckily, an old drake comes to her and reminds her of her own unique qualities and talents. He tells her to focus on what she can do and not to worry about what she can’t. The pigeon takes his advice, cleans herself up, and brings joy to her mistress once again. The story teaches the importance of embracing and appreciating our own unique abilities.
  19. The Little Ball: In this story, a little boy named Don plays with his big, shaggy dog and a little ball. They have lots of fun together, with Don fetching the ball whenever it’s thrown. Sometimes Don even hides the ball and has the little boy find it. One day, the ball goes missing and they search everywhere for it. Finally, Don is asked to help find the ball, and he quickly digs it up from its hiding spot. Don is a clever and loyal dog, and he won’t let anyone take the ball away from him, even when they try to tempt him with a mutton-bone. The little boy is proud of his dog, and they both enjoy the mutton-bone in the end.
  20. The Best Dream: In this story, some children are playing and pretending to be rich, famous, and have animals. The Dream-King sends them dreams where their play-games become real. The children who wanted to be rich and famous find that it’s not as great as they expected. But the children with the animals have a wonderful time taking care of them. When the dreams end, the children agree that animals and games are more fun than riches and fame.
  21. What happened Christmas eve: Summary:
    “It was Christmas Eve and the frost fairies were busy getting ready for Christmas Day. They spread white snow on the ground and hung icicles on the bushes. Jessie and Fred were excited and wanted to catch Santa Claus. They saw something climbing on the roof, which they believed to be Santa. They went upstairs because it was getting cold. Later, their dad found a mommy cat carrying a tiny kitten and brought them inside. Santa Claus gave Fred a train and a sweater, and Jessie received a doll and a dress. When they woke up, Fred found a cute white kitten on his sweater. They realized Santa had read their letter and brought them a kitten, and everyone said “Merry Christmas!” at once.”
  22. Max’s Quest for Attention: Once upon a time, there was a dog named Max who noticed his family was always busy on their computers and not giving him attention. Max tried to get their attention by breaking things in the house, but his family got angry at him. However, over time, they realized they were too focused on screens and work and forgot the importance of spending time with loved ones. They started making changes and spent more time with Max, realizing the value of their family and happiness. In the end, Max’s mischievous behavior helped his family remember what really matters.
  23. The pet dinosaur: Ogg, a skilled caveman hunter, found a mysterious egg while out hunting. He took it home and it hatched into a baby dinosaur. Ogg took care of the dino, named Diego, and taught him how to survive in the wild. They became best friends and searched for Diego’s parents, but couldn’t find them. They remained friends for life, even as Diego grew into a powerful adult dinosaur. The story emphasizes friendship and taking care of others, and there is an ebook available to download.
  24. How Patty Gave Thanks: On a cold November night, the animals in the barn were snug and happy. Farmer Gray had closed all the doors to keep them warm. As they settled for the night, the Cow, Horse, and Sheep shared stories about a little girl named Patty. Patty had visited each of them earlier that day and thanked them for the things they provided. She stroked the Cow’s forehead, gave the Horse hay, and brought extra salt for the Sheep. Patty even gave corn to the Hens and thanked them for the eggs. Patty’s kind and grateful heart made the animals feel loved and appreciated. They were thankful for her thoughtfulness and the joy she brought to their lives. Before falling asleep, they expressed how happy Patty had made them. It was a wonderful Thanksgiving Day filled with gratitude and love.
  25. Christmas in the Barn: In this heartwarming story, Johnny is excited for Christmas and curious about the two Christmas trees that arrived. He realizes that one tree is for him, and the other is for his mom. In a generous act of kindness, Johnny decides to have his own Christmas tree in the barn for his pets. He decorates the tree with treats and goodies for each of his beloved animal friends, creating a unique and funny Christmas tree. Johnny’s family and pets all enjoy a festive celebration together, and the animals make joyful sounds to wish Johnny a Merry Christmas. The story emphasizes kindness, sharing, and the joy of giving.
  26. Dr. Dolittle and His Pets: This is the story of Doctor Dolittle, a clever man who lived in a small town called Puddleby-on-the-Marsh. He loved animals and had many pets, including a duck, a dog, a pig, a parrot, an owl, and more. But his sister didn’t like all the animals in the house and complained that they drove people away. The doctor didn’t care because he loved the animals more than anything. But as time went by, fewer and fewer people came to see him, and he became poorer and poorer. He had to sell his piano and his Sunday suit to make ends meet. However, despite his lack of money, the dogs, cats, and children still loved him and followed him everywhere he went. Download the ebook to read more about Doctor Dolittle and his pets!
  27. Dr. Dolittle has more financial problems: In this story, the doctor is earning money again and his sister is happy. Some of the sick animals who visit the doctor have to stay with him for a while, and even after they get better, they don’t want to leave. They love the doctor and his house so much that he can’t refuse them. The doctor acquires more and more pets, including a monkey and a crocodile. But some people are afraid of the crocodile, and the doctor’s sister threatens to leave if he doesn’t get rid of it. She eventually leaves, and the doctor is left with his animal family. They try to make money by selling vegetables and flowers, but it’s still difficult for them. They do the housework themselves and manage for a while, but when winter comes early and their food runs out, they become hungry.
  28. Uncle Wiggily And The Wild Rabbit: In this story, Uncle Wiggily discovers that a wild rabbit has been spoiling his garden. Uncle Wiggily tries to talk to the wild rabbit and offer assistance, but the rabbit refuses to listen and continues to cause trouble. Later, Uncle Wiggily comes across a broken toy rabbit that belongs to a little girl. He comes up with a plan to replace the toy with the wild rabbit, who had broken his leg. The little girl is delighted and takes the rabbit home to care for it. Uncle Wiggily saves his garden from further damage, and the wild rabbit finds a loving home with the little girl and her brother.
  29. Uncle Wiggily And The Bird Seed: In this story, Uncle Wiggily goes on a little vacation sail in his airship. Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wuzzy asks him to buy bird seed for her cat, Muffins, so that the cat doesn’t eat the birds. Uncle Wiggily also buys some nuts for the squirrels. But when he wakes up from a nap, he finds that the air in his airship balloons has gone out. Uncle Wiggily scatters bird seed on the ground, and all the birds in the area come to eat it. He asks them to help him get home by lifting his airship with their wings. The birds happily oblige, and Uncle Wiggily and his airship are safely carried home. The cat doesn’t like the nuts, so the squirrel brothers crack them instead. And that’s the end of the story.

In conclusion, these top 29 pet stories for kindergarten have not only made reading an enjoyable journey for kids but also taught them valuable lessons about friendship, empathy, responsibility, and love for animals. Each story, with its unique characters and exciting narrative, opens up a world of imagination for young readers while subtly reinforcing the importance of kindness and care towards our furry friends. These online stories are perfect for parents and teachers who want to instill a love of reading and animals in children from a young age.