Christmas 2015

Posted on the 22nd December 2015

Christmas is upon us, but there are still some things you can do to make your holiday season an animal-friendly one.

1. Choose meat-free dinners

Animals on farms and in slaughterhouses suffer horrendously, as Animal Aid investigations have once again demonstrated. This year, why not spare the turkey and go for a cruelty-free, vegan dinner?

2. Give only animal-friendly gifts

If you still have some last minute gifts to buy, ensure that they are not the product of animal suffering. Cruelty-free cosmetics are now easy to find, as are vegan chocolates, sweets and clothing.

3. Donate to Animal Aid

On behalf of the animal lover in your life, why not give Animal Aid a donation?This will allow us to continue our vital work. Animal Aid campaigns against all animal cruelty, and we rely entirely on donations from compassionate people.

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