We know that one of the first rules of being an animal rights activist is never to be silent. But for the first time ever, we’re asking you not to use your voice to help animals.
Every single year, more than 10 million cats, pigs, frogs, rats, and other animals are killed for classroom dissection. That’s right—killed. These animals aren’t dying of natural causes and then being dropped off at your nearest classroom.
They are bred in warehouses …
bought from animal shelters …
and gassed to death.
Now, YOU have the unique opportunity to let your teachers and classmates know—without saying anything at all—how they can help stop this from happening.
Next time you’re at school, we’re asking YOU to take a vow of silence for the millions of animals who are killed for dissection.
When your teachers, friends, and classmates ask why you’re doing this, simply hand them one of our “Why Am I Being Silent?” leaflets, which explain everything (like how you’d rather use humane alternatives to dissection instead of cutting up dead animals):
Get your leaflets now, and submit a pic of your leaflets at school. (Be sure to include a note about how your “Day of Silence” goes!)
Be sure to submit your pic for 1,500 Street Team points, which you can use later to get FREE peta2 swag, such as T-shirts, books, and more!
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