Go wild with the gift-giving

Help fund WSPA’s work by buying a Really Wild Gift.
Help fund WSPA’s work by buying a Really Wild Gift.

CAN'T bear the thought of Christmas shopping this year?

The World Society for the Protection of Animals has the solution for you.

With just the click of a mouse you can buy a virtual gift to help animals in need around the world.

The only site of its kind, Really Wild Gifts offers a range of virtual gifts that help to fund WSPA's work with bears, dogs, donkeys, elephants, sheep and many more animals.

Every gift bought will provide valuable support to lifesaving programs and help WSPA work towards a world without animal cruelty.

For just $12 you can desex a dog, a disaster pack for $20 will help treat injured animals, get your boss the $60 hoof trim for an overworked donkey in Palestine, or for a tasty treat for someone special, $99 feeds a bear in a sanctuary for two months.

Simply choose an animal and the gift you'd like to buy, then your donation goes to the area of WSPA's work that it represents.

Every gift comes with a card of your choice, either by mail or email.

Starting at $10, a Really Wild Gift is a fun and unique way to help animals in need.

Whichever Really Wild Gift you choose, you will be helping WSPA bring veterinary care, safety and protection to animals all over the world.

Visit for more gift ideas or call 1300 139 772.

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