What's the easiest way to stay informed on PETA campaigns, save animals' lives, and
encourage your friends and family to join the fight for animal rights? Facebook! With the simple steps below, you can reach out to your online friends
and take meaningful actions for animals everywhere:
1. Head on over to PETA's official page on Facebook and "like" us!. You'll get all our up-to-the-minute updates about urgent alerts and new features, plus a chance to comment on our posts and share our links with your friends.
2. Once you're a fan of our page, be sure to share the link with your friends. Also, be sure to interact often with PETA on Facebook by commenting and liking our status updates, photos, and videos! (Facebook’s News Feed algorithm determines what you see on a few factors: how many friends are commenting on a certain piece of content, who posted the content, and what type of content it is. For animals' sake, we don't want to get lost in the mix!)
out and "like" content! When
reading PETA's blog, looking at our features, or taking action on alerts, click
the Facebook "like" icons to post the link to your wall. Not sure where to start? Reveal Ringling's elephant abuse by sharing this undercover investigation footage and expose McDonald's cruelty by sharing the "McCruelty: i'm hatin' it" video.
4. Don't be afraid to say what's on your mind. Every time you log in to Facebook, share
your passion for animal rights by updating your status with what you've
done for animals that day, sharing recipes of your delicious vegan meals, and
posting photos of your companion animals. You can also post an animal rights quote
right now to inspire your friends to
or create one about the issue that you're most passionate about. .The "Causes" platform
let's you raise awareness and financial support for a specific campaign—join
and animal rights
causes and, again, invite all your friends to join too!
There's so much that
you can do on Facebook in a single day by sharing content and speaking your
mind, so get started today!
For more great ways that you can make a difference for animals, join PETA's Action Team.
Be sure to interact often with PETA on Facebook by commenting and liking our
status updates, photos, and videos! (Facebook’s News Feed algorithm
determines what you see on a few factors: how many friends are commenting on a
certain piece of content, who posted the content, and what type of content it
is. For animals' sake, we don't want to get lost in the
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.