18 December 2012

10 Last-Minute Gifts That Help Animals

10 Last-Minute Gifts That Help Animals

Great Last-Minute Gifts That Look Good, Do Good

Whether your list has been whittled down to just those last few gifts or you haven't even started your holiday shopping, there's no denying it: It's almost zero hour. So PETA has rounded up some of our favorite holiday gifts that will make your recipient, your wallet, and animals all very happy.


Know someone who wears her heart on her sleeve? Now, she can wear it around her neck with PETA's iconic bunny-and-heart logo necklace made from environmentally friendly materials.
Only bullies wear bunnies, but people who wear bunny-friendly attire? Well, they are benevolent, beautiful, bright …
Who says fruits and veggies "can" have all the fun? Your recipients can fill our PETA mason jars with whatever beverage suits their fancy for a backyard get-together or relaxing night in.

If you're vegan and you know it, then your shirt should surely show it. And it will, with this stylish black vegan tee.

Around the holidays, everyone loves sweets and everyone loves a sale. So sweets that are on sale for $10.49 are about as sweet as it gets.

For a homemade touch, whip up some mouthwatering gluten-free vegan baked goods, such as blueberry-cinnamon scones, and then give your recipient the nearly 200-page cookbook to keep, too.

7. Holiday Lip Balm 3-Pack
Stuff your loved ones' stockings with stuff that shows love to animals. These holiday lip balms are 100 percent vegan and cruelty-free.
For a Paul McCartney fan (and who isn't one?) all you need is love and some cool clothes.
Your mission during the holidays: to find gifts that people will actually use. Your mission all year round: to help end cruelty to animals. PETA's Mission Statement Tote can help you with both. Mission accomplished.
You know that your favorite cat lady and devoted dog dad are going to be snapping pictures of Fluffy and Fido as they burrow in wrapping paper or play with new toys, so go ahead and give them a place to showcase those holiday memories.

Happy holidays from your friends at PETA!

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 3 million members and supporters. PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry.

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