Video: ‘Howl’ Can You Resist? Check Out These Compassionate Holiday Gifts!

For Immediate Release:
December 7, 2017

Megan Wiltsie 202-483-7382

Norfolk, Va. – It’s time to find the purrfect gift for your loved ones, including animal companions, and a new holiday video from PETA—starring some of the dogs who come to work with their human companions every day and the cats who live at PETA’s headquarters—showcases the best holiday gifts on offer at the PETA Catalog.

In the video, the spokesdog offers her “paw of approval” for gifts such as the Bunny and Heart Catnip Toys, the “Adopted: It’s a Wonderful Life” stocking (good for filling with treats!), the Holiday Dog Treat Wreath, and the “Buy One, Give One” Dog Toy, which also represents a toy donated to a neglected “backyard dog.” Of course, there are gifts for humans, too, including scarves, cruelty-free bath bombs, soy-wax candles, and a “Go Faux for Fox Sake” Neon Sign.

“Gifts from the PETA Catalog are purrfect for dogs and cats and the humans who love them,” says PETA Vice President Colleen O’Brien. “Because each purchase helps fund PETA’s work to save animals, these catnip toys and treat wreaths help make the holiday season the most wonderful time of the year for animals all over the world.”

PETA’s motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to abuse in any way,” and the full lineup of dog- and cat-friendly holiday gifts is available here.

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