What’s Your Animal-Advocate Style? Take the Quiz!

Speaking up for animals is a beautiful thing—and there’s no right or wrong path to animal advocacy. The best way to make a difference varies from person to person, depending on individual strengths, interests, and talents. For example, some people are great at speaking in public, while others panic at the sight of a microphone but may be great at speaking with people one on one. The best path for you depends on who you are! ❤️

Text ADVOCATE to 30933 to learn your animal-advocate style.* Once you have your results, look below for ideas about ways you can be most effective as an animal advocate. We’ve included tips for all the different activist styles, so please take a minute to review them all.

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Tips for Busy Beavers

You’re a hardworking, outspoken advocate who’s always planning actions and looking for new ways to speak up for animals.

Try these suggestions:

Tips for Enthusiastic Elephants

You thrive in a group dynamic, and not much intimidates you. You’re interested in educating and inspiring others in your school or community to join your efforts to help animals.

These ideas are sure to be right up your alley:

Tips for Advocating Alligators

Speaking in public isn’t your thing and you may prefer solitary advocacy, but that doesn’t prevent you from speaking out for animals. You’ve found your voice online, where you constantly speak out for animals, share videos, and sign peta2 petitions.

Here are some great ways to take action:

Tips for Devoted Ducklings

Animal advocacy may be new to you—or maybe you need some inspiration—but you’re ready to learn more and get involved.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Wear an animal rights T-shirt or button.
  • Carry your schoolbooks in a peta2 “Everyone Deserves Empathy” tote.
  • Use suggestion boxes at restaurants. Ask the manager to consider adding more vegan menu items and thank them if they’re already on the menu.
  • Don’t support any business that contributes to the suffering of animals. Urge others to shun these businesses, and let the company know that it has lost you as a customer.
  • Stay up to date on animal rights news. Follow @peta2 on Instagram and @peta2official on TikTok.
  • If it doesn’t already, ask your local coffee shop to start offering soy or coconut milk creamer.
  • Watch animal rights–themed movies with friends and family and discuss the issues afterward. To get started, check out our list of animal rights movies.


Looking for more ways to get active for animals? Join our collective of students taking action for animals, Students Opposing Speciesism, and we’ll help you take your animal advocacy to the next level.

Text peta2 to 30933 for ways to help animals, tips on compassionate living, and more!

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