you're looking to make a big impact for animals today, look no further than
your tweets! Twitter's been used as a powerful way to spread information,
communicate with corporations, and even support revolutions, so why not use it
to spread the word about animal rights? Whether you're a Twitter novice or a
master of hashtags, the five steps below will help you speak out for animals
and stay in touch with PETA.
1. Follow PETA on Twitter for up-to-the-minute news on animal rights issues, ways to get involved in our
campaigns, and a healthy sprinkling of celeb updates! Be sure to retweet your favorite PETA tweets to
get your followers involved too. RT away!
the conversation by using hashtags creatively. Include tags like #vegan and
#PETA when talking about animals, and don't be afraid to jump on trending topics and turn them into an animal rights discussion! #loveallanimals
a twitpic! Get
creative by tweeting a photo of the yummy #vegan (see, what I did there?)
sandwich you just made, that faux-leather jacket you love, or your trusty
feline pal napping on your keyboard.
4. Get your friends involved in the
fight for animal rights by sharing links
to PETA's urgent alerts
and campaigns and asking your
followers to take action and retweet.
5. Show your love for animals by creating a custom Twitter background that
features your favorite animal or a PETA campaign logo. Get creative and
make something compelling, just make sure you have the rights to whatever image you use!
There's so much that
you can do and share on Twitter every day to keep yourself and your followers
updated on the latest in animal rights, so get started today and don't forget
to share your accomplishments with @PETA! For more great ways that you can make a difference
for animals, join PETA's
Action Team. Happy tweeting!
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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.