Sweet Animal-Friendly Gifts to Exchange with your Loved Ones this Valentine's Day
By: Alia Savage
It seems like Christmas was just last week, and now, we’re already gearing up for Valentine’s Day. With another big holiday on the horizon, it’s time to, yet again, find ways to appease our loved ones with thoughtful gifts that will delight them. If you're giving gifts to fellow vegans, you might be wondering if you can find quality gifts that won't break the bank. The answer is yes! Here are a few sweet, animal-friendly gifts you might want to consider buying this year.
It doesn’t matter who you are, Valentine’s Day isn’t Valentine’s Day without a little chocolate. Luckily, chocolate is one food that vegans don’t have to miss out on (as long as it’s milk-free), so there’s really no reason why it can’t make a wonderful gift for someone in your life (or even yourself)! With more and more brands hopping on the vegan wagon, it’ll be very easy to find a company that sells it, near you. (Or a company that will ship it to you!)
What better way to show the people in your life that you love them than to gift them with flowers? Beautiful, sweet-smelling, and naturally oh-so animal-friendly, flowers are the absolute sweetest thing you can give to a vegan this Valentine’s day. Better yet, you can gift them to non-vegans too, without them feeling deprived!
Whether or not you have a significant other, it’s always fun to put a little extra effort into your appearance on Valentine’s day. There’s just something about a holiday about love that makes you feel extra beautiful and special. Trust, your friends and family feel this way too, so why not treat them to some beauty supplies by Axiology? Not only are their products 100-percent vegan and never tested on animals, they’re also super pigmented and come in a wide variety of colors.
Donation to a Trusted Animal Charity
Living a conscious vegan lifestyle is a great first step towards doing your part to live in harmony with animals. But if you can spare the money, you should consider donating to animal sanctuaries, which are usually non-profit organizations that rescue and care for animals that have been displaced, injured, or for one reason or another, can’t be released back into the wild. And if you have someone in your life just as passionate about animals as you are, they may see a donation to one of the many respected organizations as a sweet gift. (This would be especially great for the people who “hate getting” physical gifts.)
We hope you enjoyed our suggestions! Whatever you get the people in your life for Valentine’s Day, we’re sure they’ll be over the moon. Leave us a comment below and let us know if you use any of our suggestions or to share your own plans for Valentine’s Day.