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Announcing the winners of our WWF Ice Animals Competition

January 15, 2010

Another day another set of competition results!

This time we’re announcing the winners of our WWF Ice Animals Competition where we asked you to create a piece explaining what endangered animals would want to tell us if they could speak.

WWF have kindly judged this competition for us, with the following 12 entries being selected by WWF for a prize. The prize for each winning entry is an exclusive full size Ice Animal in Pet Society. Unlike the normal Ice Animals these won’t melt away; you’ll be able to show yours with pride.

A big thank you to WWF for selecting the following winners, and congratulations to you all on your stunning entries! Just click the images to see the original threads:

Pet Society is helping World Wildlife Fund protect polar bears (and other animals too!)

July 27, 2009

Playfish is proud to offer a way for you to support World Wildlife Fund through Pet Society on Facebook. All of us at Playfish care deeply about animals and the environment. We’re committed to doing our part to build awareness for causes such as protecting polar bears and their habitat. Starting today, you’ll be able to find polar bear and other WWF themed items in Pet Society. Now through December 31, 2009, Playfish is pleased to donate 10% of the proceeds to WWF for each WWF item you purchase. Learn more at www.worldwildlife.org

There are fewer than 25,000 polar bears left in the wild and global warming is a grave threat to their survival. In fact, scientists believe that polar bears could be extinct within the next century if global warming continues at its current pace. WWF is providing vital funding to field research by the world’s foremost experts to find out how it will affect polar bears and other threatened and endangered animals. To learn more about this topic, visit World Wildlife Fund’s website where you can support WWF with a direct contribution or even make a symbolic polar bear adoption.

Polar bears really need your help. You and your pet can make a difference now!


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