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You Can Adopt an Animal from the Los Angeles Zoo - the Perfect Gift that Requires no Wrapping or Storage

ADOPTions at $100 or higher will include an animal charm necklace AND a seal mini plush

Are you looking for the perfect gift for the conservationist in your life? Take a walk on the wild side this holiday season and symbolically ADOPT an animal at the Los Angeles Zoo!

All ADOPT packages include a personalized adoption certificate and a beautiful photo factsheet of your chosen animal. Plus, ADOPTions at $100 or higher will include an animal charm necklace AND a seal mini plush to celebrate our seal pup, Walnut! Not only are these mini plush the perfect holiday gift, they are also eco-friendly and made with recycled materials!

All our resident animals are available for ADOPTion, and all gifts are fully tax-deductible! Proceeds support high-impact, results-driven conservation efforts to save wildlife and engage communities across five continents.

Join our efforts to preserve the world's precious diversity of life and surprise the animal lover in your life with a gift that supports conservation!

*Please purchase by 12/13 to account for processing and handling. We will make every effort to ship orders received by this date in time for Christmas. While supplies last.

The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and the official support organization of the L.A. Zoo (tax ID# 95-2369545). GLAZA provides support through fundraising, membership, volunteer programs, marketing, publications, conservation grants, and concessions.


Reader Comments(1)

Pierre writes:

23/12/2022 Did I understood correctly : it's a virtual adotion, right ? If the zoo is about to close and it's a matter of animal salvation I could host this beautifull tiger for a while also ... Any advice for avoiding a tiger to scratch my sofa ? Anyone to give me advices on how to blame a hungry 600kg tiger and staying alive ? What about the global corrosion of the home due to territory marking (1/2 liter x 10 times a day, anywhere) Greetings from France (-: Pierre