If you're stuck for ideas of what to get your nearest and dearest who have everything, here's a present idea with a 100% feel-good factor: Adopt a wild animal.
Many species such as tigers, pandas and turtles are facing extinction due to human exploitation of their natural habitat or illegal hunting. By donating a small (or large depending on how much you can spare) you'll be helping giving these animals a chance to survive for future generations to appreciate. There are many organisations that offering various adoption and donation programmes, but here are some of our favourite ones.
Now there is a lot more to the WWF than just animal adoption - read more about it here - but if you'd like to gift someone special a panda, a tiger, a snow leopard or a bottlenose dolphin among others, this is the place to go. For a monthly sum of your choice, you can help make a difference!
In addition to its existing adoption scheme, this year Born Free has teamed up with Tiger Nation to launch a Tiger Tracker, which lets you follow the lives of individual wild tigers in India through the power of social media.
For only £20 a year you can access regular updates on tigers like Vijaya and her cubs and help protect them. Get involved here.
International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
Founded in 1969, the International Fund for Animal Welfare saves individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world. It currently has projects in more than 40 countries and provides hands-on assistance to animals in needs, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters. While you can't adopt a single animal, you can help by donating to the organisation.
The Wildlife Aid Foundation
Their animal adoption scheme enables you to help towards the costs of looking after sick, injured or orphaned animals that are brought to the Wildlife Aid Foundation hospital. Your donation will contribute towards the costs of the specialist care, food and medicines that the patients need to help them return to the wild as soon as possible. Find out more here.