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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 dolphin - how to adopt a dolphin

By staff writers
12 Mar 2007

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

To sponsor an animal through the WWF click here.

To sponsor an animal with PDSA click here.


click here to adopt a tigerThousands of whales and dolphins are slaughtered every year for human consumption and for use in fertiliser, and animal food. Adopt a dolphin and do something about it.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has set up an dolphin adoption scheme, whereby you can adopt a dolphin as a gift for someone.

Adopt a dolphin and you'll also be rewarded. Few animals hold such a firm place in the public's affections than these extremely intelligent mammals. The dolphin's playful inquisitive and social behaviour makes them an ideal adoption gift for anyone.

With the support from dolphin adoption the WWF can continue researching and protecting many marine species around the world and the oceans in which they live.

Dolphin adoption can be given as a gift for someone quickly and easily online.

The person you want to give the adopt-a-dolphin gift to receives a gift pack including a cuddly toy, adoption certificate, World Wildlife Fund pen, adoption card, background details of the species and information on the specific work undertaken by WWF in adopting dolphins.

To visit the WWF dolphin adoption website and find out more about how to adopt a dolphin click here

Alternatively, click here to sponsor an animal with PDSA.
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