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Compassionate gifts to give everyone a happy holiday

Your Holiday Gift Can Change an Animal's Life

Dear Blue,

The holidays are here—but for animals condemned to a life of abuse and neglect, this "season of joy" will be nothing to celebrate.

You can help them—and all animals—with a unique, compassionate gift that's sure to be a hit with the loved ones in your life: a PETA Present

Everyone deserves the chance to spend the holidays surrounded by friends and family. But many bears, elephants, orcas, and other animals will spend this season in isolation until they're forced to perform confusing tricks. Your gift will help free them from neglect and abuse.

Animals abused for cruelly produced fashion need their coats more than we do. This year, you can save a bunny's skin and help strengthen our work against the global skins trade.

While many of us will enjoy a warm, loving home this holiday, "outside dogs" will languish on chains in frigid backyards, with a rusty barrel or an overturned bin their only protection from the elements. You can make sure that this holiday—and many more to come—they have a warmer place to lay their head.

All living beings deserve a joyful holiday. This season, give animals the happiness that they deserve by choosing a compassionate gift that gives twice.

PETA Presents are virtual gifts that directly benefit our vital work for animals. Every PETA Present that you purchase lets you send a colorful e-card. Giving a great gift is simple:

1. Choose a gift that helps animals in need.
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3. Celebrate! Your gift will immediately be put to use strengthening PETA's work to stop animal suffering and abuse.

Visit our website right now to begin. You can select from a variety of virtual gifts starting at as little as $7.

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