Portland-Made, Animal-Friendly Gifts for the Holidays

For Immediate Release:
October 4, 2013

Allison Lakomski 202-483-7382

Portland, Ore. — As you assemble your gift guide for the upcoming holiday season, we thought you might be interested in including some of the Portland-made items available from the PETA Catalog. Not only are these gifts made by local artists, 100 percent of the proceeds also go directly to support PETA’s work to help animals around the country:

1.The Morse code–inspired “ANIMAL” etched ring by jewelers betsy & iya allows you to wear your support for animals everywhere you go, from the supermarket to the chicest soirée. Available in brass- and silver-plated styles, $22.99.
2.These soft and durable cat and dog pillows by artist Kara Burke aren’t just adorable—they also feature a lifesaving reminder always to adopt and never buy new canine and feline family members. Available for $26.99 each.
3.Get an early start on your Christmas card list with this gorgeous mouse holiday card by printmaker Michele Maule. Available for $7.99 for 10.
4.These “Home Sweet Vegan Home” tea towels by screen-printer The Make House are the perfect accompaniment to anyone’s meat-free kitchen—and since they come packaged in a compostable box, they’re the perfect gift for every eco-minded vegan on your list. Available in blue or green for $6.99.

High-resolution photos of all the Portland-made items are available here

While looking through the PETA Catalog, shoppers can also pick up items made from outside Portland, including an insulated tumbler by Klean Kanteen, a PETA logo dog collar, and holiday-themed vegan (beeswax-free!) lip balms.

All the gifts are available at PETA.org/Catalog.

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