Morris Animal Foundation Offers Holiday Pet Gifts Benefiting Animal Health Studies

Purchasing holiday cards, ID tags and ornaments can help fund canine health studies.

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Morris Animal Foundation has created a holiday card that highlights its first childrens art contest winner. This years card, Penguins at Sea, was submitted by Steven Bauer, a 12-year-old from Missouri. One hundred percent of the holiday card proceeds go toward animal health studies. For more information, visit the Morris Animal Foundation.

Steven Bauer's "Penguins at Sea" was the winner of the Morris Animal Foundation's holiday card contestLuckyPet ID Tags, by LuckyPet, is another pet-related gift idea that helps benefit animal health studies. The full line of customized pet identification tags come in stainless steel, hand-polished brass and plastic and are available through Morris Animal Foundation which receives $1 per pet tag sold. For more information, visit the MFA Pet ID Tag homepage.

Animal-themed, hand-blown glass ornaments by Joy to the World Collectibles, endorsed by actress and Morris Animal Foundation Trustee Betty White, are also available. The Pet Set includes more than 100 breeds of dogs and cats, and the Celebrity Charity line offers ornaments featuring dogs and other animals. Morris Animal Foundation receives 10 percent of sales. For more information, visit Joy to the World Collectibles.

Morris Animal Foundation is a 57-year-old nonprofit organization that funds companion animal and wildlife health studies. In 2005, it supported 10 feline health studies with grants totalling $468,144.

Posted: Nov. 22, 2005, 5p.m. EST

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