13 Ways to Sponsor, Save, Support, or Adopt an Animal

pets for seniors

Ask Granny’s  suggestions on how to protect, save, sponsor or adopt animals. Help stop individual wild animals suffering and protect threatened species in the wild.

  • Sponsor or Adopt a Wild Animal
  • Take the children when the weather warms up, to visit this wild Life Trust.The kids would love to adopt a wild animal
  • Gloucestershire Wild Life ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Adopt an Animal This Year
  • Why not adopt an animal this Christmas for example?As well as “present giving to all the family” support a useful project and help to save our  wonderful planet  and all its special creatures.
  • Gone Digging ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Pick an animal which needs our help and create a sponsorship
  • All children love most animals, so help them to value all the wildlife on our planet. Let them choose an animal to sponsor. Many of them face extinction and the grandchildren can help reverse that process.
  • River refuge ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Support an animal organisation in your area
  • Friends of the Animals help animals and their owners in many different ways.
  • www.friendsoftheanimals.co.uk ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • All about animals….have fun with all the latest toys and gifts at the Nature Store
  • The Nature Store was created in 1995 by Jack Mikula and his son Neil Weininger. The Nature Store has grown to include over 1000 products housed in their new warehouse, but continues to run on the same fundamental family principles it was built upon. Their goal is to provide quality, nature-related merchandise to families and educators in order to encourage the education and appreciation of nature.
  • www.thenaturestore.com~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Adopt an animal from anywhere in the world!
  • Adopt an Animal in the park – Only £10 Rhino, Giraffe, a Fruit Bat, Ring Tailed Lemur…the choice is yours…
  • www.wildanimalpark.co.uk ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Adopt and animal from anywhere in the world!
  • The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild.
  • www.bornfree.org.uk ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Pet Adoptions Info
  • Pet adoption informations. Shows where to adopt and procedures. Shelters, animal control, lost dogs, puppies.
  • Pet adoptions ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Pet Rescue UK Forums
  • Forums to discuss issues with pets in danger, animals and pets needing homes, RSPCA branches and more.
  • Pet rescue ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Marine Conservation Society homepage
  • The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to caring for our seas, shores and wildlife. MCS campaigns for clean seas and beaches, sustainable fisheries, and protection for all marine life.
  • Mcsuk ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • WWF-UK: Adopt an animal with WWF
  • If ten people gave £100, we could equip a community-based ‘elephant squad’ in India to respond to incidents of crop-raiding by wild elephants, and use deterrents to scare elephants away and reduce potentially fatal human-elephant conflicts. Help safeguard the future of a species from as little as £2.50 a month, and we’ll send you an animal adoption pack
  • WWF ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • WWF-UK: Welcome to WWF-UK
  • The mission of WWF – the global environment network – is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment, and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature
  • WWF ~ Click Here to Visit the Site

juliet

Askgranny... All you need to know about dating, discounts, fitness, freebies, games, gifts, grandchildren, health, indoor and outdoor activities, internet safety, travel for the over 50s, over 60s, parents and grandparents. Why not Ask Granny Guru a question? Juliet Hambro on Google+