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The Best Christmas Gift Ever

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If you can’t bear the thought of wrapping up another video game or pair of gloves, why not give your loved ones the gift of alleviating animal suffering? We’ve rolled out our PETA Presents website just in time for the holidays, and the site features gifts from $5 to $500 that protect animals every time your loved ones pull off a big red bow.

You are guaranteed not to hear, “You shouldn’t have,” when you wrap up a toy for a lonely chained dog, a spay/neuter surgery, or a day off for a working animal.

We’ll send your recipient a beautiful e-card thanking him or her for helping animals. Or, if you prefer to have something to put under the tree, you can print a picture and description of the gift and create an attractive certificate suitable for framing.

Long after the gift cards have been spent, the candy has been eaten, and the golf clubs are gathering dust in the closet, your gift will still be helping animals. Visit PETAPresents.org to start giving today.

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    Sofia Huerter says...

    November 29th, 2011, 5:28 pm

    This is really wonderful. My partner’s birthday is coming up just before Christmas, and I have been at a loss for what to get him this year (He’s difficult to shop for).

    However, since we are both vegans and PETA supporters, I can’t imagine how he could dislike a gift that helps animals.

    Thank you PETA for another great idea!

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