Christmas presents that support an animal welfare cause

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Thinking about what presents to give for this Christmas? The intention of gifting is to make people happy, so why not also make animals who are suffering happy? We’ve selected 6 thoughtful gifts which cater to the desires of adults, children and of course our furry companions. Here’re our picks!

SPCA x LeonLollipop lifestyle goodies

Graduated from Central St, Martins College of Arts and Design in the UK, LeonLollipop has had a passion for animals painting and created these stylist lifestyle products. Part of the proceeds go to SPCA. You can purchase the goodies from SPCA headquarter in Wanchai or order online.

Cushion ($70) | Clutch bag ($98) | Tote bag ($199)

Healthy fruit snack

No dog can say no to yummy treats! Get a few packs of these freeze dried fruits (fig, banana, sweet potato, strawberry) kindly made by Furry Kitchen and help the 400 dogs at the Rescue Centre for Abandoned Pets (RCAP) because why not. All ingredients are human-grade of high quality, so you can just feel free to enjoy these healthy snacks too! Order here.

Vegan moon bear cord bracelet

Designed and created by VElove, this timeless bracelet is made from vegan leather from the US, natural cork from Portugal and metal from Japan. Sourced and produced in a way that causes the least harm to animals and the environment. Priced at $175, 10% of net profit goes to Animals Asia. Order online here.

HKDR x Ansheles T-shirt

Designed by a famous Cantonese-speaking Russian TV host, HKDR adopter, Ansheles, this T-shirt featuring his dog looks cozy and easy to wear with anything. Available in white and black colors at $250. Order here.

Plush moon bear

At 25cm height, his bear toy is soft and cute that most children cannot help but to grab and cuddle it to sleep. Priced at $180, proceeds will go to Animals Asia. Order here.

Ecological Seed Rice

Since we eat rice so often anyways, we might as well try this high quality rice which will make us feel good in the stomach and towards animals. The rice is planted in Xinjiang with 190-day extra-long cultivation cycle, under plentiful sunlight and irrigated with water from Tarim river. No pesticide, no heavy metal and no bleaching. All proceeds goes to Society for Abandoned Animals Limited (SAA). Order here.

Price: $50 (1kg) | $300 (5kg with a canvas bag)


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