Entertainment Love and Romance Gift Ideas for Tweens Who Love Animals If your tween loves animals, these gift ideas are for you. Share PINTEREST Email Print VisitBritain/Daniel Bosworth / Getty Images Love and Romance Teens Relationships Sexuality Divorce LGBTQ Friendship By Jennifer O'Donnell Writer Jennifer O'Donnell holds a BA in English and has training in specific areas regarding tweens, covering parenting for over 8 years. our editorial process Jennifer O'Donnell Updated February 03, 2018 Shopping for today's tweens can be challenging, but if your tween is an animal lover, gift giving is easily accomplished. Kids who love pets and animals also love receiving presents that focus on their passion and hobby. If your child is into animals, whether they're domestic or wild, these gift ideas can help you find the ideal gift for a birthday, the holidays or even a special event. Gifts for Tweens Who Love Animals A gift card to a local pet storeA subscription to an animal-themed magazine such as Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy or Young Rider, a magazine for horse loversA membership to a local zoo or aquariumNew pet items such as a leash, collar, food bowl, pet shampoo or toysThe ingredients to make homemade dog or cat treats, along with a recipe card that explains how to make themA stuffed animalAdopt a whale, manatee or another animal in your child's nameBooks about your child's favorite animalRoom decorations themed around animals or your child's favorite animal such as animal print pillows, bedspreads, posters, or other itemsMake a donation to a local animal shelter in your child's nameA framed picture of your child's favorite petMilitary i.d. tags with the name of your child's favorite pet stamped on themAnimal themed jewelryMake-up, bath and body products that are not tested on animals or have animal products in themA caricature of your child and his petA scrapbook that your child can use to keep information and pictures about his pets or favorite animalsA keepsake box to put animal treasures in, such as a picture of a pet, a collar from a beloved pet that passed away, or small items purchased in the gift shop of a zoo or aquarium your child visitedAnimal care books so that your child can properly learn how to care for the pets in your homeYour child's favorite animal movies to watch over and overA kit to make your own birdhouse or birdfeederA book on how to attract animals, butterflies or birds to your yardA digital camera or a Polaroid so that your child can learn how to photograph animalsA kit on growing your own butterflies, ladybugs or frogsA sea monkey kit for your child's bedroomBoard games, video games or apps that are animal-focusedArrange for your child to meet a veterinarian or another person involved with animals so he or she can learn more about their care and needsA book about the wild animals in your area or a book on animal tracksA pair of binoculars so your child can observe animals from afarAnimal themed calendar or animal themed stationary Note: If you have the time and the money, you could arrange a day trip or a short vacation for you and your child that centers around animals. For example, you could take a trip to another part of the country to see the animals that are native to that region, or you could volunteer to work in a rescue or refuge organization for a few days. Other ideas might include visiting a zoo you've never been to before or taking a tour such as a dolphin watching tour, a swamp tour or another tour that features animals in their native environment.