I rather like this idea because it isn’t about ‘stuff’ for Christmas….
Whether your little monkeys are mad about meerkats, potty about penguins, dotty about dolphins or in love with lions, udopt is where you will find them the perfect present.
Thanks to the launch of the new animal adoption website udopt.co.uk, you can guarantee festive joy for your animal-loving relatives this Christmas. There is a wide range of gifts to choose from with packs from WWF and Guide Dogs including cuddly toys and free tickets to see the animals from the Aspinall Foundation. Plus udoptions come with certificates, fact sheets and updates throughout the year. Animal adoption is a present that will be appreciated for the whole year round and you too can enjoy an extra piece of selfless pleasure, knowing that you have supported a worthwhile cause.
udopt is different to other charity websites because of its unique web app called the udopt’r, that quickly matches an individual’s character traits with that of their animal alter-ego. It makes finding a gift for even the trickiest of relatives easy. Users can also expect to learn about animal conservation issues through words, pictures, and videos too.
“udopt supports the exemplary work done by the animal charities such as WWF, Guide Dogs for the Blind, The Aspinall Foundation and the RSPB through a series of strategic partnerships.” Says Ross Travill, co-owner of Venturian Media and udopt.
“We saw that important animal welfare issues had fallen out of the limelight and wanted to put people back in touch with the animal kingdom in a fun and interactive way. Many animals throughout the World are endangered and a whole generation of people have grown up without any knowledge of their survival status. We hope that udopt will help them to reconnect with the debate, and take action. With donations starting from just three pounds, everyone can adopt their perfect animal, and the udopt’r is on hand to make that choice in a fun and friendly way.” ”
udopt was created by Venturian Media and features leading UK Charities such as WWF, Guide Dogs for the Blind, The Aspinall Foundation and the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds).