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Ad shows where turkeys belong this Christmas

Ad shows where turkeys belong this Christmas

Posted 30 November 2015   by Amy         Permalink | 1 Comment

Tags: Vodafone, video, ad, turkeys, Christmas, Kinder Christmas

This new ad from Vodafone UK shows exactly where turkeys at the Christmas table belong. I was smiling 5 seconds in and didn't stop :)

If you're anything like me, you're probably wondering where you can find a turkey like Terry to cuddle right now!

Sadly, Christmas is one of the worst times of year for many animals raised for their 'meat', particularly pigs, chickens and turkeys. It's nice to see that turkeys have a major corporation like Vodafone on their side.

This isn't the first time Vodafone has melted hearts the world-over by promoting kindness to animals. In recent months, Vodafone New Zealand's 'Piggy Sue and Postie Keith' ad went viral -- and when you see it for yourself, you'll understand why:

Looks like Vodafone have really cottoned on to the fact that people (and animals) love kindness :) And right now, our animal friends need kindness more than ever!

You can help spread a little love to turkeys and other animals this Christmas ... Join us for a Kinder Christmas -- and discover the delicious ways you can help bring compassion and peace to all beings this holiday season.

Join us for A Kinder Christmas

P.S. For more reason to love turkeys, you just have to watch this:

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ReshiramWillNPit ReshiramWillNPit 4 December 2015
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Turkey's got a friend in me! No pigs and turkeys on my plate this Christmas! pig
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