SAN ANTONIO — Have you ever been so mad at an ex that you wanted to watch them get eaten by an animal at the zoo?
Well the San Antonio Zoo is once again giving you that chance! Back by popular demand, the always popular "Cry Me a Cockroach" fundraiser is back giving donors the chance to symbolically name a cockroach, rodent, or veggie after their ex and watch it be fed to an animal!
Last year, people from all over the country wanted to get in on the action, and this fundraiser received over 7,000 donations from all 50 states, and even 30 different countries.
And if your ex REALLY annoyed you, this year, the zoo is offering an upgrade with a custom voice-over for 20 of the most dissatisfied donors.
"The season of love and loath is back," said Tim Morrow, President and CEO of San Antonio Zoo. "Whether it was a sour romance, a breakup with your work, or a collective dislike for a 2022 trend, the Cry Me a Cockroach Fundraiser is here to help you leave that negativity behind!"
In 2022, the most popular exes were "Jacob" and "Sarah."
When you donate, you will get a digital Valentine's Day card showing your support for the fundraiser, as well as a short video of an animal eating a cockroach, rodent or veggie for you to share on social media.
And as an added bonus, you can even send your ex a digital Valentine's Day card letting them know you named a roach, rodent or veggie after them, complete with a personal message.
The fundraiser runs until February 14.
All proceeds will help the non-profit San Antonio Zoo continue to secure a future for wildlife in Texas and around the world.
CLICK HERE to name your cockroach, rodent or veggie.
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