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The Purr-fect Valentine’s Day Gift

Written by Michelle Kretzer | February 5, 2013

We all love hearing those three little words: “Have some chocolate.” I jest, of course (kind of), but on Valentine’s Day, love often takes the form of candy in a heart-shaped box. And PETA’s box of confections won’t just satisfy your loved one’s sweet tooth. Since it’s cruelty-free and the purchase price helps fund PETA’s vital work, it will also satisfy a desire to be sweet to animals.

Because everyone—animals included—enjoys displays of affection.

Cats head-butt the ones they love as a sign that they feel comfortable and secure. And dog guardians know that, as Bill Maher put it, “The reason I love my dog so much is because when I come home, he’s the only one in the world who treats me like I’m The Beatles.” 

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Sheep love to cuddle and nuzzle, male rats sing love songs to females, fish rub against one another, and geese mate for life

Get your melt-in-your-mouth vegan chocolates before they’re gone. Your valentine will likely prefer them to an enthusiastic head-butt.

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  • Lisa says:

    Have to agree with Bill Maher when you come from home from a hard days work your animals greet you like you are the most important person in the world and even better when they sitting waiting for you down the road waiting to greet you like one of my cats do’s everynight best feeling ever.

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