Have a compassionate Christmas!

Posted on the 18th December 2017

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

(Credit: Fry’s Family Foods)
  1. Choose meat-free dinners
    Animals on farms and in slaughterhouses suffer horrendously, as Animal Aid’s investigations have demonstrated. This year, why not spare the turkey and go for a cruelty-free, vegan dinner?
  2. Please don’t buy animals as gifts
    Please don’t buy pets as gifts – and tell your friends and family likewise. Anyone seriously considering adopting an animal into their home should talk to their nearest reputable shelter.
  3. Download our humane deterrence fact sheets
    At this time of year, many animals will be trying to find food and shelter. If you find that you have unwanted guests in your house or garden, please download our humane deterrence fact sheets.
  4. Order our Compassionate Christmas Guide!
    Need more info on having a compassionate Christmas? There’s still time to order our Compassionate Christmas pack. Or you can download a copy!

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