Valentine's Day is typically for lovers, but this year your focus can be your ex or even an old boss you don't like.

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Now, why would I want to do something for my ex or a boss I don't like? Well, listen up, because this is gonna be a ton of fun.

How would you like to name a cockroach or rodent after your ex? Feels fitting. Now, let's take it a step further and watch said roach or rodent get fed to another animal. It's not necessarily the workings of a voodoo doll, but it may feel pretty good to see your ex or old boss gobbled up, maybe even in a vicious style.

If that sounds like a winner to you, then the San Antonio Zoo is here to help.

Back for its third year, San Antonio Zoo hosts its Cry Me a Cockroach Fundraiser, where funds raised support the zoo’s vision in securing a future for wildlife! This Valentine’s, join in the fun by donating to symbolically name a cockroach, rodent, or veggie after your ex-partner, boss, or bestie. Now here’s the best part…you then get to watch as we offer it up as a snack to some of the animals!

A $5 donation will let you name a veggie, $10 gets you the roach, and $25 is what you need to name a rodent. Along with your donations, you'll receive a certificate showing your support for the fundraiser and a video of your roach, rodent, or veggie being fed to another animal at the zoo.

You've still got time to get in on this action, so don't waste any time. Visit the San Antonio Zoo's website to make your donation and get ready to watch your ex get gobbled up.

Watch the video player at the top of the page to get a better idea of how this will all work out for you and your ex.

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