Adopt a sea turtle
Adopt a turtle with us and fight to keep them wild and free
Sea turtles can live for decades. In the wild they would swim thousands of miles in the vast open ocean. Tragically in captivity, they are forced to swim in the same small space, over and over again. Exploited for entertainment these animals will never make it back into the wild unless we take action.
Your adoption will help animals
By adopting a sea turtle with us today, you will fuel work to protect turtles and end their suffering in captivity. Freedom for Animals are campaigning for an end to cruel aquariums and the live capture of animals for the aquarium industry.
You will support undercover investigations at aquariums and other captive facilities to expose exploitation and to free turtles and other animals from cruel captivity.
What you will receive
Adoptions cost £30 for a whole year and in your pack you will receive:
- Welcome letter
- Certificate of adoption
- Cuddly toy turtle made from plastic bottles!
- Information fact sheet about sea turtles
- Release newsletter
- Relevant campaigns material
And all wrapped up in a box (so it’s easy to give as a gift)
Adoptions last for a year so you will also receive our twice yearly Release newsletter and regular updates about our campaigns, with hints and tips on how you can help animals.
Our Adopt an Animal packs make great gifts for family, friends or even to treat yourself. All money raised goes straight to campaign for the freedom of animals in captivity.
Delivery of your Adopt an Animal packs is free. Adopt an Animal packs are only available in the UK.
Adopt today to help turtles like Lulu
In 1940 while still a tiny turtle hatchling, it is believed Lulu was taken from her ocean home by a TV advertising agency to appear in an advert for soap.
Since then she has lived in three aquariums and been put on display for human entertainment. Each tank so incredibly small and barren compared to the vast oceans she was born to roam. In captivity she circles the same restricted space again and again with no chance to explore her natural world.