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Campaign For Animal Rights: How To Get Involved With Animal Rights Activism.


There are a lot of problems with the animal industry that animal activists have been fighting to fix. Some of these issues have been around for years where as some have just arisen. 

We use animals for so many things and lots of people don't even think about it. I bet almost no one in the motorcycle apparel shop realizes that all those leather motorcycle clothes were made from a poor innocent cow. 

The fact that they are made out of cows is not the problem, but the fact that no one appreciates that privilege is the problem.

Lot of us want to do something about the injustice being served towards animals, but don't know how to go about doing so. Following are some great tips and ideas to get you started in being part of the animal rights revolution.

First of all, never be too head strong in your opinions. If you throw your beliefs into other peoples faces aggressively, they are more likely to tune you out. The medium is the most important part of the message. 

If you try to have a friendly, calm conversation about animal rights and injustice with someone, they will probably give what you are saying more of a chance than if you were yelling at them.


A very effective motive to get people interested in injustice towards animals is to show them a video. Peta makes a lot of videos about animals used for clothing and animals used for the food industry. 

Or, make your own slideshow combining all the things that are wrong with animal abuse. Once you get someone to feel bad for the animals, you can start telling them how easy it is to fight for their rights.

If you want a more hands on experience, try going down to your local shelter. You can help animals who were left on the streets or abused. 

Another thing you can do is look on PETA's website to find animal rights rallies and things you can do in your own community. A lot of people are not aware of how badly animals are treated, to starting an informational booth at a local summer fair could be a great way to gain supporters in the cause. 

Once you have done this try to do something else in your community like raise money to send to shelters or sign petitions again animal cruelty.


Animal rights have been a controversial issue for years. The meat industry is growing larger and large and animals are being pushed further down the totem pole of most peoples concern. 

If you want to be involved with changing this trend it is simple. All you need is to be passionate about it and the rest will fall in line. 

If you really want to make a difference you will be able to find ways to raise awareness or change things. Just remember not to be too brash and approach the subject lightly with other people.

Visit to read and support our effort in the fight to end animal mistreatment, cruelty and abuse HERE.

"A lack of kindness for animals leads to a lack of mercy towards humans." - Paul Rodney Turner

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