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The Day-After-Thanksgiving Shopping That Helps Animals

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dsc_8327Holiday shopping season has officially begun! It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and thousands of people are pushing and shoving their way into large box stores to find “great deals” on gifts for their friends and families–and maybe even themselves.

I love giving gifts, but I have to admit that I struggle at the last minute each year to find that perfect something for all the wonderful people in my life–especially because they all seem to have everything already.

This year, I am going to avoid hours of searching, crowds, and unwanted gifts by giving PETA’s Ethical Gift Packs. These unique gifts are perfect, whether you are shopping for a dog or cat lover or a vegetarian friend or family member. And they arrive in the mail, so you don’t have to stand in long lines to buy them.

Each gift pack helps save animals, keeps people healthy, and protects the environment. You can choose to help a rabbit, chicken, dog, cat, mouse, or other animal in honor of your loved ones, and PETA will send you a special gift pack–including a beautiful card–to pass along in recognition of your gift.

It’s fast, simple, and the perfect gift for anyone who cares about animals. When you purchase PETA’s Ethical Gift Packs for loved ones, you are giving the most valuable gift of all: the gift of compassion. Come to think of it, I am going to add PETA’s Ethical Gift Packs to my own holiday wish list!

Posted by guest blogger Steve Kehrli. Steve is the director of development for the PETA Foundation and can be reached at stevek@petaf.org.

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