Win 2 Animal Adoption Packages from the World Wildlife Fund for Christmas!



Endangered animals are a subject that's very close to my heart, so this Christmas I'd like to offer two people the chance to win an animal adoption for a year from the World Wildlife Fund. Here are just some of the animals on offer that you can adopt:


sponsor an Amur leopard
Snow Leopard

 sponsor an Amur leopard
Amur Leopard

 sponsor a tiger
Tiger

sponsor a jaguar 
Jaguar

 sponsor a polar bear
Polar Bear

sponsor a panda
Panda

sponsor a penguin
Penguin

sponsor an elephant
Elephant

sponsor an orangutan
Orangutan

sponsor a dolphin
Dolphin

sponsor a turtle
Turtle

sponsor a rhino
Rhino       
 From the WWF website in the US, it looks like there are even more animals to adopt than their website in the UK, so make sure you have a look so you can specify which animal you'd like to adopt and why. 


Prizes            

2 World Wildlife Fund Animal Adoptions valid for one year!
Winners will also receive an ebook copy of my children's book about cats, It's a Catastrophe! 

 
Rules
Contestants must enter using the Rafflecopter link on my blog:  
a Rafflecopter giveaway There are several different ways you can earn points for a better chance of winning!

The competition ends on 3rd January 2013!
 

Please support animal and wildlife conservation wherever you can, and help to raise awareness of our endangered species. When they're gone, they're gone!

Here's the linky to :my blog!
Hope you all have a fantabulous Christmas!

Peace and Love   Black heart (cards)


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