This Thanksgiving, you might consider adopting a turkey instead of eating one. Check out the Adopt-A-Turkey Project, sponsored by Farm Sanctuary (based in Orland and Watkins Glen, N.Y.). Eligible “loving vegetarian homes” can adopt two or more turkeys (turkeys need companionship, so must be adopted in twos or more). But anyone can sponsor a turkey living at one of the two Farm Sanctuaries. For $20, you will receive a color photograph of your turkey, an adoption certificate and turkey biography, and a one-year subscription to the Farm Sanctuary newsletter. Also on the site: Heartwarming turkey stories, nasty stories about the turkey industry, an interesting story about the history of Thanksgiving and recipes for a vegetarian Thanksgiving—including John Robbins’ Vegetable Tofu Loaf as a substitute for eating Tom Turkey. The Turkey Adoption List is kinda cute. Pearl the Turkey advises: “A pearl of vegan wisdom is priceless, especially around the dinner table.” Beneath the photo of a turkey named Cicada is a caption that reads: “Cruelty is buggin’. Go veg!”