Animal Poems for Kids

Fun Poems about Pets for Kids

Children are fascinated with all types of animals. From observing wild animals in zoos and aquariums to squirrels and birds in their backyards, children find animals mesmerizing. A pet can be a child’s best friend. Children love pets, from fish and guinea pigs to dogs and cats. Pets give children wonderful memories that will last a lifetime, especially when their pet makes a mess or does something funny.

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  1. My Best Friend

    • By Abby Jenkins
    • Published: March 2011
    Dog Poem

    Black and White
    Thick and furry
    Fast as the wind
    Always in a hurry

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    For all dog lovers, the irony is that our best friends (dogs) have a shorter life than us. But don't be afraid of such things. Maybe we are here to serve them from the bottom of our hearts....

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  3. Glow Worm

    • By Taylor Russell
    • Published: October 2011
    Short Funny Poem For Kids

    Oh, I wish I were a glow worm,
    for a glow worm's never glum,
    'cause how can you be grumpy
    when the sun shines out your bum!

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  4. A Worm In My Pocket

    • By Jodee Samano
    • Published: September 2008
    Boys And Things That Crawl

    One rainy day on my way home from school,
    I found a big worm and thought it was cool.

    I picked up the worm with my bare hand,

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    Great poem. My daughter also likes worms. When she was younger she would play happily in the muck collecting worms for hours.

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  6. Pet Port A Potty

    Keeping Streets Clean From Dog Waste

    I took a walk in the city today
    to try to pass the time away.
    Saw lots of people walking too.
    Stepped right in a pile of doggy doo.

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    Nice poem, very inspiring for kids. Thanks.

  7. Yip-Yip-Woof!

    • By Kristin Frederick
    • Published: October 2011
    Chihuahua And A Great Dane

    Tiny Chihuahua
    Humongous Great Dane
    The difference between them
    Is really quite plain

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  8. Fred's Wearing My Slippers

    I woke with a particular feeling
    I was floating on top of the ceiling,
    A little surprised
    when I opened my eyes

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  10. Rabbits

    Nobody knows the rabbit's nose,
    the way it twitches,
    the way it goes.

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  11. Three Little Piggies

    • By Paige
    • Published: October 2011

    I have three piggies who live in the shed
    they sleep in their food bowl and eat in their bed
    they drink lots of water which makes them go wee
    this usually happens while they are sitting on my knee!!!

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  12. My Name Is Pearl

    • By Becky Robbins
    • Published: April 2014
    Poem About Animals And Best Friends

    Said the bunny to the squirrel,
    Are you a boy or a girl?
    The squirrel said to the bunny, I am a girl.
    Nice to meet you, my name is Pearl.

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    Yes I was very impressed by this poem. Made me laugh.

  13. The Daily Routine Of My Cat

    Funny Pet Poem

    Starts off in the morning, wakes up at six,
    Grooms itself using its tongue and licks.
    I give it breakfast with a friendly pat.
    That's the daily morning of my cat.

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