Each year, up to 46 million turkeys are killed in the US for Thanksgiving. Slaughtered at a young age of 5 or 6 months, these turkeys are just babies nowhere near their natural lifespan of 10 years.
This Thanksgiving, we urge you to consider a plant-based option. Check out some of the best vegan turkeys and holiday roasts on the market here, and keep reading to learn how you can sponsor a rescued turkey and save even more lives.
5 (of many!) places to sponsor a turkey this ThanksLiving
These animal sanctuaries rescue turkeys and other farmed animals from slaughter, mistreatment, and neglect. Your donation goes directly towards providing care for animals who would otherwise not have the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe, healthy, and loving environment.
For $35 to $50, you can sponsor turkeys like Amy and Danielle, who were rescued from a factory farm at 3 months old after being cruelly de-beaked without anesthesia. Donate here.
Sponsor a single turkey for $35 or a whole flock for $150. Many of Farm Sanctuary's turkeys, like Tutu and Venus, were directly saved from becoming someone's Thanksgiving dinner. Donate here.
Help support Peace Ridge Sanctuary's rescued turkey residents, Birdie and Mr. Sydney, by sponsoring for $20. Donate here.
Sponsor turkeys (and all kinds of other animals!) at the level of your choice. SASHA Farm is home to over 300 farmed animals and needs help to provide them with food, veterinary care, and shelter. Donate here.
When you sponsor a turkey at Barn Sanctuary, you get to learn all about their story, their personality, and their favorite things to do on the farm. Did you know some turkeys love to cuddle? Donate here.
Your pup can save animals too! Consider a nutritionally complete vegan dog food, like v-dog, which provides everything your pup needs without harming a single animal. Learn about the benefits of vegan dog food here.
At v-dog, dogs have been thriving on our plant-based kibble and treats since 2005. Learn about how you can switch your pup to a vegan diet here! Plus, read hundreds of stories from happy, healthy vegan pups on our testimonials page.
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