World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)

World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)

December 18, 2006 07:01 ET

Reminder: What To Get The Person Who Has Everything

The World Society for the Protection of Animals has some last minute shopping ideas

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, City Editor, Lifestyle Editor, News Editor NEWS RELEASE--(CCNMatthews - Dec. 18, 2006) - Still searching for the perfect holiday gifts? With Christmas only a week away, time is running out - so the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) is taking the guess work out of holiday shopping with a last minute gift idea sure to thrill anyone on your list who cares about animals.

Really Wild Gifts are a unique and meaningful present - saving an animal's life - and they are the ultimate in speed in convenience. Once purchased on , an e-gift card is sent to your friend or family describing how their special holiday gift helps to protect animals.

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.

WSPA's holiday gifts start at $40 and are now available online at "People want to make a difference in our world at this time of the year," says Silia Smith, Regional Director, WSPA Canada. "We are offering these unique gifts to give people an alternative to the same old ties, chocolates, and scarves."

Why an e-card? Well, all of the money you donate will go directly to helping the animals, its eco-friendly, and you don't have to worry about shipping costs. These cards can be sent to anyone anywhere around the world. It's the quickest and easiest way to send a gift.

Log onto and make a difference.

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.


Contact Information

  • Celecia Partap, Media Manager, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
    Primary Phone: 416-526-4743
    Secondary Phone: 416-369-0044 ext. 106
    Toll-Free: 800-363-9772