Be Sweet to Animals: Use These Free Holiday Tags!

The holiday season is here, and it’s time to get crafty! PETA has five sets of holiday gift tags, each one with a different animal rights message. You can attach them to all sorts of holiday items, such as candy canes, cards, gifts, and more, for your friends, family, and coworkers. After you print out the tags, cut them out, punch a small hole in the corner, and attach them with ribbon or string.

Click the link for the tags that you’d like to use:

Be Sweet to Animals: Don’t Eat Them

It’s easier than ever to go vegan, because more businesses are selling delicious plant-based food. Help your friends, family, and colleagues go vegan using this How to Go Vegan guide and share this vegan guide for the holidays.


Be Sweet to Animals: Buy Cruelty-Free Products

Check out these cruelty-free finds that make great gift sets and stocking stuffers. Find other cruelty-free cosmetics, personal-care products, and more using our searchable database.


Be Sweet to Animals: Boycott Circuses

Treat your family and friends to a modern circus. Find dozens of animal-free circuses, which have all the thrills, chills, and fun that you’d expect from the big top—but none of the cruelty to animals.


Be Sweet to Animals: Don’t Buy Fur, Leather or Wool

Give the gift of cruelty-free fashion. Try pairing one of these must-have vegan accessories with one of these lapel pins. Be prepared to show others how to wear vegan using this guide, since they’ll definitely ask you how after receiving this cute tag. 🙂


Be Sweet to Animals: Don’t Buy Animals as Gifts

You already know that animals aren’t gifts. So consider donating to an animal charity in honor of your animal-loving loved one instead.


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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind