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‘Win It’ Wednesday: ‘Save the Seals’ T-Shirt and Water Bottle

Written by PETA | March 3, 2010

With the seal slaughter just a few weeks away, PETA has brought in our buxom bombshell, launched our pietition, and delivered a sweet message to the masses. Now we’d like to celebrate what you have done to try saving thousands of baby seals. That’s why we’re giving away our “Save the Seals” T-shirt and water bottle to three lucky winners:


Save the Seals


Ready to sport this compassionate gear? After you’ve signed our Facebook petition, tell us how you’ve stepped up to raise awareness of the plight of seals. The three readers with the seal-saving achievements that rouse us the most will each get a T-shirt and a water bottle.

Enter by posting your one-of-a-kind stories of kindness in the comments section. The contest ends on March 17, 2010, and we’ll pick the winners on March 19, 2010. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting. Good luck!

Written by Logan Scherer

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  • Jocey says:

    Savee Thee Sealss!!!!!

  • reeva says:

    i always remind people to be mindful of our animal brothers and sisters

  • john rasmussen says:

    we need to pay more attention to the other residents of this planet

  • Gayle Lynch says:

    save the seals they are the cutest animals

  • Amy D says:

    i definatly dont wear fur.

  • Roger Deming says:

    seals should be given special treatment. we should set aside more areas for nursies. In fact our group in Washinton state has raised $40000 for this purpose.

  • mary teneyck says:

    I’m a good person who’d helps out others and can make a difference because I’m the person in the back ground doing it all

  • Deb K says:

    I was more than happy to sign your petition. I don’t run around beating people over the head to make them wake up to the slaughter that is the baby seals. I leave that to others that are more adept at that then I. I believe that in my own small wayI CAN make a difference in the way people think. Even if it’s just my friends and family. Maybe they will tell someone in their outer circle of the inhumane deaths of the baby seals and those others spread the wordit may reach those who DO and with good reason do the extreme dirty work of trying to stop the senseless salughter of innocent animals. We can all make a difference we just have to believe.