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Give Your Valentine a Los Angeles Zoo Animal Through the ADOPT Program

Spend from $35 to $1000 to help wildlife conservation

Giraffe-ter someone's heart this Valentine's Day? Show your love with a gift that helps save endangered species 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 $50 or higher include a 4x6 in. color photograph of a big giraffe hug and a beautiful giraffe charm necklace!

Animal adoptions make great gifts for family and friends! The ADOPT (Animals Depend On People, Too) program offers animal lovers the opportunity to take a lead role in the Los Angeles Zoo's wildlife conservation efforts and create a special bond with the animals. All animals at the Zoo are available to ADOPT. Fifts are fully tax-deductible! Proceeds support high-impact, results-driven conservation efforts to save wildlife and engage communities across five continents.

Species may have more than one sponsor. All animals remain in the care of the Los Angeles Zoo and no ownership rights are conferred. Please note that packages cannot be shipped outside the United States.

Adoption packages come in a variety of prices that can include a personalized certificate, animal photo fact sheet, car decal, website recognition, 8x10 color photo of your adopted animal, LA Zoo passes and a docent-led cart tour for four people.

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 2/7 to account for processing and handling. We will make every effort to ship orders received by this date in time for Valentine's Day.

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.


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