Time to Save Wild Tigers Now Giveaway

Gracey and Tiger cub

Sometimes it seems overwhelming when you think about what you can do to help an endangered species.  At times you might even feel forlorn and on the brink of hopelessness because you think that one person can’t make a difference.  But the truth is, you can  make a difference, and when we join together, we can all make a big difference.

In our article 3 Simple Things You Can Do to Help Save Wild Tigers,  we talk about what  you can do to make a difference for the future of the wild tigers.  These might seem like little things, but together we can all help stop the destruction of wild tiger habitats and bring awareness to our friends and family that might not know about the predicament of wild tigers.

We thought it would be fun to create a The Tiniest Tiger watch to remind you that the time to save wild tigers is now and that you can help!

The Tiniest Tiger Watch Giveaway

The Tiniest Tiger Watch is a big-faced timepiece that will never go out of style. Featuring a three-hand quartz movement and genuine leather strap, this watch’s classic look TTT Watchis great for formal or fun occasions. Customized with The Tiniest Tiger’s signature logo to remind you that there is still time to save wild tigers!

    • Black leather strap with buckle closure.
    • Water resistant to 30 meters.
    • Three-hand quartz movement.
    • Powered by battery (included).

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  1. Melanie Comello says

    I can help tigers by only buying products that use sustainable palm oil.

  2. trisha mckee says

    Look for and buy FSC productes

  3. Vikki Billings says

    I could Donate to WWF

  4. Karrie Millheim says

    Buy only FSC certified products

  5. Melissa White says

    I’m going to buy recycled paper products.

  6. Buy FCC certified and recycled paper products.

  7. Lauren Eggers says

    Buy recycled paper products

  8. Milene Mittelhauser says

    I can join the WWF.

  9. Carolle Hall says

    I can look for FSC products ..:)

  10. tinareynolds says

    I can look for and buy FSC certified products

  11. susansmoaks says

    i can buy fsc certified products to help the tigers

  12. pinksuzanne says

    I will look for tissue products that are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified or 100%recycled.

  13. queencatlady says

    I will buy FSC or recycled TP whenever possible or find somewhere if none offered near me. I will also use the app that has the shopping guide- this info I had no idea about and am ashamed to be human. In Memory of Gracey and my tiniest tigers who inspire me daily.

  14. support WWF and buy FSC certified products

  15. Shadow Dance Ranch Kittehs says

    We will tell our Momma to make responsible buying decisions by looking for tissue products that are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified or 100%recycled. And also, support products that contain certified sustainable palm oil, as identified by the RSPO Trademark. Last but not least, share this information with others!

  16. Annette Mayer says

    I buy FSC certified paper products whenever I can. Also, spreading the information that I have learned here helps too.

  17. I buy FSC certified product when possible.

  18. buy FSC certified products

  19. Darlene Schuller says

    I will be speaking to my grocer, finding out if they can carry more FSC- certified products! Save the tigers!!!

  20. Barbara McIntosh says

    I support WWF and other organizations that fight to save tigers.

  21. We use 100 percent recycled toilet paper. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  22. caroline schuck says

    I LOVE tiager’s!!

  23. francesmary says

    I will look for FSC paper products and will not purchase Palm Oil

  24. Patti Schmidt says

    Be more aware of the items I am buying and make sure they are FSC certified products. I sincerely had no idea that a simple thing like toilet paper was hurting the tigers!

  25. buy FSC certified products

  26. naturegirly says

    Always try to use products that are made from recycled ingredients …NOT just paper but everything. Never use or buy Styrofoam or plastic if there is another choice.

  27. Lisa D Acord says

    I will seek out FSC-certified paper products.

  28. Buy only FSC certified products

  29. Rodney Stone says

    i keep away from all chemical based products

  30. manuelvizcaya says

    buy only FSC- certified and recycled fiber paper products

  31. Melissa White says

    I will be looking for sustainable palm oil products and recycled tissue products

  32. using products that utilise sustainable palm oil

  33. I will be looking for only sustainable palm oil products, including reading all labels and researching the companies and where they get their oil from.

  34. Kerry DeKelver says

    Donate to WWF

  35. John Agwazim says


  36. Save wild tigers by using 100% recycled tissue products.

  37. Buy only FSC certified products

  38. Alexei Petrov says

    Buy only FSC certified products

  39. Kang Hsing says

    With my financial state now, I would definitely stop using tissue/toilet papers and replaced it with cloth/use water to clean myself. That way, tigers especially the Sumateran Tigers are saved from its’ habitat and indirectly save my cost of buying tissues/ toilet papers !

  40. marian boll says

    Watching and sharing all information I find regarding saving all animals

  41. I will buy onlyFSC- certified and recycled fiber paper products.

    Sue B

  42. Cynthia Gray says

    I support the world wildlife fund to help keep Tigers safe in the wild.

  43. Janet Collins says

    By becoming more aware, through your site, and others, I hope to find more ways that I can help..Love the watch too! 🙂

  44. Inform others of the dangers that Tigers are faced with.

  45. Rachel Sheppard says

    I am going to spread the word about Tigers and what happens to them. I may also switch toilet paper brands.

  46. Danielle Murgia says

    I can buy only FSC-certified paper products. The easiest one is to share what I know! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  47. I tell ya, if I could, I would build the largest big cat sanctuary, ever (100+ acres at the least), and put every last one of them in it…but for now, I donate to Defenders of Wildlife every year. I am reading about FSC certified products in other comments…I will now go look into and learn what that is. 🙂

  48. Cindy Loohoo says

    I would be honored to wear a watch with Gracey’s image on it! Sharing with others (especially my husband’s cousin who goes on hunting safaris in Africa!!) the importance of saving tigers and all endangered species AND also integral is saving their habitat and spreading the news about that too. Spread the news, don’t rest quitely.

  49. I’ll make sure my recycled products are also FSC certified and also make sure my palm oil is safe. I contribute monthly to the World Wildlife Fund (and have for years) – I hope they’re really doing the things they say they are to save tigers and other wildlife!

  50. Billy Rose says

    I love this page!!!!

  51. Tammy Dusenberry Cole says

    Buy only FSC certified products

  52. stop going to any place that condones the use of tigers in anything that is not wild and free – companies and people will stop trying to use them as a means to make money if the people refuse to see or use

  53. TigerChampion1 says

    By doing Tiger Education programs and bringing other people into this
    fight. I have been doing this for nearly 17 years and I won’t stop until
    I reach every person I can. By sharing this information more people are
    willing to contribute to the WWF and other organizations that are out
    there trying to save the wild tigers. It is my mission in life and it
    will be to the end!

  54. Sarah J Jackson says

    by buying FSC-certified and recycled paper products

  55. Nicole Gallarza says

    Stop buying products that contain tiger parts or that destroy the tiger habitats in order to make the product, sign petitions, support and donate animal conservation groups, have stricter laws in foreign countries about poaching and hunting tigers, and more stricter laws about not owning big cats.

  56. Jeanne Owens says

    So many things that can be done. I donate when I can to groups like the WWF. I also try to spread the word about helping to save tigers and other animals. I’ll try to buy recycled paper products such as you mentioned in your article, too.

  57. sandy weinstein says

    wow, there are so many things if i had the money, stop the import, stop the killing in foreign countries, get congress to ban imports of tigers and all big cats. stop people from owning these big cats as “pets”.