TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2016 /CNW/ - Unwrap tangled turtles from discarded fishing nets, deliver a festive feast to a recently freed bear and give stray dogs comfort and joy this holiday. You can do all this and more with a World Animal Gift from World Animal Protection.
We all know the important role animals play in our lives. Our pets become part of the family, millions of the world's poorest people depend on animals for their lives and livelihoods, and we consider our precious wildlife a vital part of the ecosystem we all share.
Isn't this the perfect time of year then, to give back to the animals around the world and delight the animal lovers on your list? Give gifts of love and security, comfort and joy by giving a charitable World Animal Gift this holiday.
There are so many great gifts to choose from:
Make little hearts flutter with joy – just $15 can give 4 hens a healthier life. Instead of a bottle of wine for the party host, why not help hens strut their stuff.
Really get tails wagging – help vaccinate 25 dogs against rabies and give them each a bright collar for $25. You'll save their lives and help them live in harmony with the community.
Do it all this holiday – for $100 you can fill furry bellies, rush to rescue animals from a natural disaster or provide live-saving medical care to an animal in need. This gift does it all.
The gift of freedom – for the true animal lover, $566 will give a captive bear the gift of freedom and dignity. Free a beautiful bear from a lifetime of suffering.
See more proof of the joy these great gifts can bring to animals and gift givers alike. Because really, when was the last time you got this excited about giving a scarf?
How it works:
- Visit WorldAnimalGifts.ca and choose from over 30 life-saving gifts
- Order a printable PDF or e-card for your loved one
- Your gift protects animals in need
About World Animal Protection:
World Animal Protection, formerly known as the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), is active in more than 50 countries. From our offices around the world, we work with businesses, governments, local partners and animal welfare organizations to find practical ways to prevent animal suffering worldwide. www.worldanimalprotection.ca
SOURCE World Animal Protection
Image with caption: "A rescued bear walking in the snow in the World Animal Protection funded sanctuary, Romania. Credit: AMP (CNW Group/World Animal Protection)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20161129_C3614_PHOTO_EN_827257.jpg
For further information: Beth Sharpe, Communications Director at World Animal Protection, firstname.lastname@example.org, T: 1 416 369 0044, M: 1 647 268 8122