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$35 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Adopt A Wolf Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Help endangered wolves

Defenders of Wildlife

Defenders of Wildlife depends on the support of caring people like you to help us pressure the Department of Interior to ensure maximum protection for wolves in the lower 48 states and end the horrific practice of aerial gunning in Alaska. more

$5 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Your gift will supply enough antibiotics to treat and cure one dog of this disease and allow them to live a healthier and longer life. more

$25 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Trim their Hooves Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Equine Hoof Trimming

World Vets

The gift will provide hoof trimming for one donkey or horse in a developing country. more

$30 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Get the Word Out Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Publicize a Spay Event

World Vets

Your gift will provide enough flyers and posters to publicize a free spay/neuter event in a developing country. more

$15 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Sponsor A Duck Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

One month of care

Farm Sanctuary

Your gift will provide one month of care for a rescued duck. By sponsoring a farm animal, you can provide the necessary support to care for a rescued animal. Farm Sanctuary's shelters are funded entirely by members, so the number of animals we can care for is always dependent on sponsorship funding. more

$2,500 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Here at the ASPCA, we are doing all we can to combat pet overpopulation—from providing low-cost or free spay/neuter to qualifying pet owners in New York City’s five boroughs to ensuring that each and every animal adopted from our shelter is spayed or neutered. more

$40 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Adopt A Tiger Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Stop illegal poaching

Defenders of Wildlife

Your gift to Adopt A Tiger today will help to battle the many threats -- including illegal logging and poaching -- to tigers and other endangered wildlife around the world. more

$15 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Sponsor A Goose Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

One month of care

Farm Sanctuary

Your gift will provide one month of care for a rescued goose. By sponsoring a farm animal, you can provide the necessary support to care for a rescued animal. Farm Sanctuary's shelters are funded entirely by members, so the number of animals we can care for is always dependent on sponsorship funding. more

$15 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Save a Puppy Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Parasite Control

World Vets

Your gift will provide treatment for internal parasites for 15 puppies more

$10 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Sponsor A Rabbit Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

One month of care

Farm Sanctuary

Your gift will provide one month of care for a rescued rabbit. By sponsoring a farm animal, you can provide the necessary support to care for a rescued animal. Farm Sanctuary's shelters are funded entirely by members, so the number of animals we can care for is always dependent on sponsorship funding. more

$25 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Help a Cat Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Exam and Vaccinate

World Vets

This gift will provide one homeless kitten with a complete physical exam, vaccinations, flea treatment and de-worming so that it can be adopted out to a loving home. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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To help increase the chances that a lost animal will be recovered, the ASPCA relies on microchip identification. An electronic chip, about the size of a grain of rice and carrying a unique code, is implanted between a pet’s shoulder blades. more