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A guide to animal sponsorship

Sponsoring or adopting an animal is quick and easy to do online. The main places to sponsor or adopt an animal are: Buyagift or WWF. In each place when you sponsor or adopt an animal you get a gift pack including details of the animal and lots of extras.

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Adopt a Tiger - how to adopt or sponsor a tiger

By staff writers
16 Nov 2007
Adopt a Tiger with WWF's Tiger Adoption Scheme

There are two places where you can adopt an animal online:

To sponsor a Tiger through the WWF click here.

To sponsor a Tiger with Aspinall click here.

There's never been a better time to adopt a tiger or sponsor a tiger.

click here to adopt a tigerTigers are shy and elusive, and maintain a relatively fixed home range.

There are just 123 tigers left in Nepal, and so it is vital that as much as possible is done to protect these beautiful creatures. One great way of helping if through tiger sponsorship or adoption.

The World Wildlife Fund is monitoring the tigers in Suklaphanta, and strengthening anti-poaching patrols in the area. You can help to safeguard the future of tigers as well as giving a unique gift to someone you love by adopting one of these tigers.

The World Wildlife Fund want to give tigers the chance to live and breed in relative safety away from the threats of poaching, habitat destruction and forest fires. By adopting a tiger you help enable the World Wildlife Fund to monitor and protecting them in their natural home.

It can all be done quickly and easily online. When you give the gift of adopting a tiger, the person on whose behalf you have bought the gift gets a gift pack including a cuddly tiger toy, a fact booklet about your adopted tiger, a print of your adopted tiger as we as updates on the tiger you have adopted.

To sponsor a tiger through the WWF click here.

Alternatively, to sponsor an animal with the Aspinall Foundation click here.

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