5 ways to help animals at Christmas

Share some goodwill to all creatures with our top five tips for helping animals this Christmas!

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PUBLISHED ON: 29 November 2017

Trade gifts for donations

Don’t need another pair of socks? Then make gift-giving count for animals! Asking friends and family to give charity donations in lieu of presents is becoming more and more common. You can start your personalised charity gift donation registry for animals right now!

Keep it cool

Summer in down under is a scorcher. And not just for people. Get tips on how to help our animal friends survive — and enjoy — the festive season, too.

Eat kindly

In the spirit of goodwill to all, spare an animal from having to endure the horrors of a factory farm or slaughterhouse by making your festive feast cruelty-free. Click here for recipe ideas.

Give a gift that gives twice

This year the Animals Australia Christmas shop is brimming with delightful festive gifts! And every gift purchased directs funds to help protect animals from cruelty. But be sure to place your order in time for Santa to deliver!

Volunteer

Got some time to spare on your Summer break? Bring some cheer to homeless animals by volunteering your time at a local animal shelter, or offer to walk some neighbourhood dogs. Your simple act of kindness won’t only bring joy to animals — you'll feel amazing, too!

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