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‘Win It’ Wednesday: PETA’s 2010 Holiday Cards

Written by PETA | November 10, 2010

Think it’s too early to start spreading holiday cheer? Well, I think you might soon change your mind, because we’re about to unveil quite possibly the cutest photos you’ve ever seen. The photos all appear on PETA’s holiday cards, and three winners will each get a pack of cards as this week’s “Win It” Wednesday prize. Brace yourself for cute overload:

I can’t wait to mail one of these cards to every person on my list, but I’ll have to purchase mine. Lucky you—all you have to do to score these cards is describe how you’ll be spreading some holiday cheer for animals. It’s never too early for that, is it? Each and every act of kindness matters, so please share some insight about your motivation.

Here’s what I’ll be doing (never mind that I can’t win the cards): In honor of Sheba—a neighbor’s elderly dog whom I helped out of cold, lonely isolation in a muddy backyard pen—I’ll be urging my local television stations to run PETA’s “Cold Dog” ad starring Michael Strahan.

The three entrants whose inspiring ideas make us cheer the loudest will each win a pack of the holiday cards. The contest ends November 23, and the winners will be chosen on November 24. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting. Good luck!

Written by Karin Bennett

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  • Lollipop Gumdrop says:

    I made the best Tofurky on Thxgiving and shared it / the friends and family I enjoyed my time with that day.. Most of them had never heard of it, and were a little reluctant to taste it.. Eventually they did and my sister in law had a change of heart completely when I told her about the horrors of the lives of turkeys at Conagra.. She felt so bad for the turkey they cooked that she has promised to go turkey free starting Christmas day~!! What could be better than 2 Tofurky Dinners~!!? We have a bigger turnout for Christmas w/ nationwide visitors, so I am excited to see who wont believe their taste buds~!

  • Lindsay says:

    I would love to give these cards out to friends and family to help spread awareness about animal advocacy (and maybe keep one for myself – they’re too cute!).  My boyfriend and I are saying thank you to animals this Thanksgiving by going vegan (we are at one week today!).  To involve friends in animal awareness issues, I took a tip from another PETA post and bought an vegan coat to give as a holiday gift.  And just as I have been doing for the past two years, I am going to volunteer at my local SPCA to get a little cuddle time in with some kitties before they find a home for the holidays.