Pop Out Pets

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It is an unfortunate reality of the world we live in that extinction rates of animals is at an all-time high.  Due to loss of habitat, natural causes, pollution, among other reasons, the animals we all know and love are becoming endangered and ultimately extinct.  This is something that is unfortunate, but can also be a teaching opportunity for us as parents.

pop out pets
Pop Out Pets offers a way to teach children about the animals around us, as well as provide an opportunity to help conservation efforts.  Created by a single mother, she had in mind a way to bring about change in our world as well as educate children on what they can do to help.

jungle life defenders
Pop Out Pets offers four different stuffed animal groups.  Each group is either a 3-in-1 or 4-in-1 stuffed animal that can easily transform into 3 or 4 different animals.  The animal that begins as a frog can change into a macaw with your child’s help.  Additionally, a percentage of sale profits from each Pop Out Pets animal group is donated to charities whose work supports their protection and survival.

changing pet
My seven year old was able to try out the Sea Life Savers Pop Out Pets.  This animal group contains a dolphin, sea turtle, and walrus and support charities focused on using film, photography and media to educate and inspire people to save the oceans.  My little one quickly got the hang of changing from one animal to another and had a blast hiding her Pop Out Pet and bringing out a “different” animal.  She has since decided it’s her new favorite animal to sleep with.

kid turtle
The other three animal groups offered by Pop Out Pets are the Jungle Life Defenders that support charities that work to understand climate change, prevent deforestation, and rebuild habitats; the Wild Life Rescuers that support charities whose mission is to protect threatened and endangered wildlife from becoming extinct, and to stop illegal wildlife trade; and the Farm Life Protectors that support charities that are increasing public awareness about the food we eat (factory farming), and how to engage in sustainable farming.

sea life savers
Pop Out Pets are a fun, and very adorable, way of teaching our children that they can make a difference in the world around them.  Their ability to change their Pop Out Pets also shows them that they have the ability to make change happen.  We need to empower our children to help make a difference in the world around them and to help protect the precious animals we live with.  After all, the world we leave behind is the world our children will inherit.

wildlife rescuers
Buy: Pop Out Pets range in price from $29.99 to $34.99 and can be purchased directly from their website.

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Giveaway
THE GIVEAWAY:

One (1) winner will receive their choice of Pop Out Pet.

Open to residents of the U.S. only.  ARV $34.99.  Ends 11/12/2014.

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No purchase necessary. Open to residents of US only. Giveaway ends November 12th, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. (PST). ONE ENTRANT PER HOUSEHOLD/IP Address! I check all entries – cheating will not be tolerated. Winner will be notified via email and needs to reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Please make sure you check your spam folder – I will not be responsible if you did not receive winning email notification. Winners name(s) will be displayed on the post, and will also be posted on Winners List shortly after drawing has occurred. Winners will be chosen randomly by Rafflecopter. Screenshots of winners available by request. Prize will be shipped directly from sponsor or their PR Agency unless otherwise noted. Eighty MPH Mom is not responsible for prizes lost in transit, although every attempt will be made for prize delivery.

**By entering this giveaway, you confirm that you have read and agree to my giveaway rules. Sponsor reserves the right to limit one prize per person/household (of this item/prize pack). Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of prize {though it is usually much sooner}. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. Odds of winning: The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. All prizes will be awarded. Void where prohibited by law.

*Mia received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of the reviewer only.

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Mia resides in Florida and is a happily married, stay-at-home mom to her 7-year-old stepdaughter and her baby girl. When she’s not busy changing diapers and running to gymnastics practice, she enjoys photography, gardening, and crafts. She is also very involved in her local babywearing and breastfeeding communities and enjoys helping other new moms navigate being a new parent. Besides writing, she is currently undergoing her latest endeavor of starting her own business specializing in baby items. Mia enjoys the opportunities to try out and review all different types of items with her family.

43 Comments

  1. Marilyn Nawara on

    I would most like to donate to Michigan Wildlife Conservancy. They are working hard to help the critters living in Michigan’s wild.

  2. I’d support charities to save the whales and stop whale hunting and save the elephants and stop the sale of ivory. It is mind blowing to me that in this day and age people still kill these animals that are to me at least majestic.

  3. I’d donate to charities that provide the means for pet owner to get their pets spayed/neutered or the means to get reduced cost vet checkups.

  4. I’d like to donate to Farm Life because it’s so important that we be able to grow our own food and that we are doing that in a safe way.

  5. Melissa Hartley on

    I would donate to the Wayside Waifs Animal Shelter in Kansas City, Missouri because they are always in need of extra food, blankets, & other supplies.

    Thanks.

  6. I’d like to donate to the zoo because they rescue hurt animals who would not make it in the wild without their intervention.

  7. Vikki Billings on

    I would donate to organizations that protect endangered species and also rescue organizations that save dogs and cats.

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