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Oct 27, 2007

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Christmas Present Ideas for Animal Lovers

With Christmas just around the corner, here a few things you could could get as gifts for any animal lovers in your household.

Animal Sponsorship : PDSA

PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity. This year we will provide over 1.8 million free treatments to sick and injured pets. Right now, we have a special group of patients who have long-term illnesses and are in desperate need of help. PDSA receives no funding from HM Government or the National Lottery for our PetAid services. So we are looking for kind people to sponsor these pets better. Will you be one of them? Your support could save a life. To become a sponsor or for more information, please click here.

Click here to Sponsor a PDSA Animal in Need

Join PDSA

Founded in 1917, PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity. We help thousands of sick and injured pets every day. PDSA receives no funding from HM Government or the National Lottery for our PetAid services, so we rely entirely on the generous support of pet lovers to treat pets who need us. You can become a PDSA Best Friend and help save pets’ lives for as little as £1 a week. To become a Best Friend or for more information, please click here.

Click here to Join the PDSA

Donation : PDSA

Founded in 1917, PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity. We help thousands of sick and injured pets every day. Many are in a critical state. PDSA receives no funding from HM Government or the National Lottery for our PetAid services. So we rely entirely on the generous support of pet lovers to treat pets who need us. Your gift could save a life. So please make a donation today. To help, or for more information, please click here.

Click here to make the PDSA a Donation

Animal Sponsorship : The Aspinall Foundation

It is a sad fact that humans are likely to cause the extinction of a quarter of all known species in the next 20 years, unless we work together to protect them now.

The Aspinall Foundation works in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks to protect rare and endangered animals, and return them to protected areas in the wild.

By adopting an animal today you will be giving endangered species a chance of survival for the future. From just £3 per month you will be helping to protect, feed, keep healthy and enriched through play the animals in our care in Kent and around the world.

In return we will send you a wallpaper, fact sheet and certificate for your chosen animal, as well as a monthly e-newsletter and a free entry to one of our parks in Kent. You will receive regular updates on your animal. Click Here

Click here to Adopt a Endangered Species at the Aspinall Foundation

Donation : International Animal Rescue

The aim of International Animal Rescue (IAR) is to come to the aid of suffering animals with hands-on rescue and the provision of short or long term rehabilitation. Wherever possible they return rescued animals to their natural habitat, but they also provide sanctuary for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. Together with International Animal Rescue, WildlifeSOS they have rescued just over 400 dancing bears and, with funding from IAR and three other international charities, run the largest bear sanctuaries in the world which give a lifelong home to rescued bears and cubs.

Click here to donate to the International Animal Rescue

Donation : WSPA

The WSPA (the World Society for the Protection of Animals) has been helping animals since 1981. Its aim is to promote the concept of animal welfare in regions of the world where there are few - if any - measures to protect animals. The WSPA have campaigned - and successfully have implemented - governments and key decision makers to change practices and introduce new laws to protect and improve the welfare - and thereby the lives - of animals. Support WSPA and help us stamp out cruel practices like Bear Farming.

Click here to make a donation to WSPA

Sponsor an Animal : WWF

The WWF (World Wildlife Fund) operates in more than 90 countries and is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation. Founded on 11 September 1961 amid serious concern that habitat destruction and hunting would soon bring about the extinction of much of Africa's wildlife, the WWF has a distinguished group of founders, including biologist Sir Julian Huxley and naturalist and painter Sir Peter Scott. The WWF relies on donations - with 90 per cent of their income deriving from voluntary sources - and it has around five million supporters worldwide. Help protect endangered Species and Habitats by joining the WWF

Click here to sponsor a WWF Endangered species

Donation: WWF

The WWF (World Wildlife Fund) operates in more than 90 countries and is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation. Founded on 11 September 1961 amid serious concern that habitat destruction and hunting would soon bring about the extinction of much of Africa's wildlife, the WWF has a distinguished group of founders, including biologist Sir Julian Huxley and naturalist and painter Sir Peter Scott. The WWF relies on donations - with 90 per cent of their income deriving from voluntary sources - and it has around five million supporters worldwide. Help protect endangered Species and Habitats by joining the WWF

Click here to make a donation to the WWF

Donation : World Land Trust

An international conservation charity, The World Land Trust (WLT) is based in Halesworth, Suffolk, UK. Founded in 1989 as the World Wide Land Conservation Trust, the WLT works to preserve the world's most biologically important and threatened lands. The WLT has protected over 300,000 acres of habitats rich in wildlife, in South America, Belize, Costa Rica, the Philippines, and the UK. Supporting the WLT helps protect the habitat of the Spectacled Bear which is on the Endangered Species List

Click here to make a donation to the World Land Trust

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Posted: Saturday October 27, 2007, 4:29 am
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