World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)

World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)

December 04, 2006 14:36 ET

A Unique and Wild Gift That Will Set You Apart From The Rest

The World Society for the Protection of Animals is offering gifts that will save an animal’s life.

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, City Editor, Lifestyle Editor, News Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO, MEDIA RELEASE--(CCNMatthews - Dec. 4, 2006) - Forget about giving ties, chocolates or scarves this holiday - elephants, bears and whales are the new thing. Not literally of course, but the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) has some Really Wild Gifts that allow you to give a unique and meaningful present - saving an animal's life.

When you choose a Really Wild Gift from WSPA your donation will be used to help build sanctuaries, fund mobile veterinary clinics, and protect animals from cruelty all over the world.

"Rescuing chimps and elephants and spaying dogs and cats are far from your traditional gifts," says Silia Smith, WSPA Canadian Director. "People want to give and receive meaningful gifts and our Really Wild Gifts fit that bill. It's a gift that has purpose and that changes the world we live in for the better."

As an added bonus you don't have to fight the crowds at the mall or stress about what to get people; instead you can sit in the comfort of your home and make a real difference.

Really Wild Gifts can be purchased by logging onto www.reallywildgifts.ca. There are seven animals to choose from and donations start at $40. You can personalize and send an e-card anywhere in the world with details of the present and how it helps save animals.

About WSPA:
WSPA is an animal welfare charity that works internationally and locally to end cruelty to animals through field work, campaigning, and education. WSPA is the world's largest federation of humane societies and animal protection organizations; we represent over 700 member societies in more than 143 countries.
/For further information: www.reallywildgifts.ca
www.wspa.ca/ IN: ENVIRONMENT, FISHERIES, INTERNATIONAL, SOCIAL

Contact Information

  • Silia Smith, Regional Director, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
    Primary Phone: 416-369-0044 ext. 102
    Secondary Phone: 416-955-9053
    Toll-Free: 800-363-9772
    E-mail: partap@wspa.ca