(Gray News) - Sometimes love is not in the air on Valentine’s Day, but some unique options are still available to celebrate the holiday.
According to the San Antonio Zoo, it is again offering its Cry Me a Cockroach Fundraiser back by popular demand.
Officials at the zoo said it is offering those interested a chance to name a cockroach, rodent, or veggie after their ex and watch it be fed to an animal.
For a donation of $5 to $25, those interested can name a cockroach after an ex-partner and receive a digital Valentine’s Day card along with sending the card to the ex letting them know that a roach has been named after them.
According to the zoo, the funds raised will support its vision of securing a future for wildlife in Texas and worldwide.
The Bronx Zoo said it is also offering a gift to the ex-partner with its Name a Roach for your Valentine event.
“You don’t always have the right words, but you can still give them goosebumps,” officials with the zoo shared.
The event offers options that range from $15 to $75 in which your ex can receive a tote bag or tumbler with a cockroach image to an original name-a-roach gift, complete with a digital certificate.
Additionally, the Toronto Zoo Wildlife Conservancy launched a Name-a-Roach Valentine’s Day special.
Zoo officials in Toronto said due to the overwhelming demand they have already reached capacity for requests while raising more than $15,000 in January.
These unique Valentine’s Day programs are scheduled to be open until Feb. 14.
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