Get ahead with your Christmas shopping

Too early? Sorry! *Some* people like to start their Christmas shopping now.

OK, so I’m not one of them but rumour has it some people like to start early and get Christmas presents sorted in October. So, who are we to stop you being organised? In fact we’ve just made things a whole lot easier…you can now buy our animal adoption gift packs and we’ll date them to start on Christmas Day! How’s that for organisation?

Just pop a little note in the gift message box that it’s a Christmas present and we’ll take care of the rest. Then you can wear your smug-face as you’ve not only sorted some of your Christmas presents but 10% of the profit from each animal adoption helps animals through projects in the wild. Last year we donated almost £4,000 to our conservation partners and we’re on course to smash that this year thanks to all the amazing support we received with the purchase of animal adoptions during the national lockdown.

If you really love Christmas, then you should know we’ve just put our limited edition reindeer adoptions back on sale. These special adoptions are only available in the run up to Christmas and come with a special Christmas-themed reindeer shed gift box. What child, or indeed adult come to that, wouldn’t want to adopt our reindeer, Gobi, Belle, Polo, Misty and Khan, for all the Christmas feels?

Adopt a limited edition reindeer this Christmas. But be quick!

For those of you a bit more last minute, like me, please note the last date we can take orders for animal adoption gift packs in order to guarantee they’ll arrive in time for Christmas Day is Thursday 17th December 2020. Don’t be like me, get your Christmas order in now, it will really help our office elves!

There’s 18 animal adoptions to choose from including our newly added lemur, flamingo and crocodile gift packs. And of course not forgetting our most adopted animals our two-toed sloths Tuppee and Lightcap.

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