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How One Emoji Can Save Animals

Written by Michelle Kretzer | March 26, 2014

Emojis serve a lot of purposes. They quickly and efficiently express our feelings via text, save us numerous characters on Twitter, and ensure that every time our significant other’s name pops up on our phone, it is replete with hearts and kissy faces.

Now emojis are saving animals from cruelty, too. Check out PETA’s new video “Cruelty Beyond Words”:

By texting a single heart emoji (or the word “HEART” on Android) to 73822, the most urgent actions that animals need you to take will be sent right to your phone (about one or two per week). Just follow the link in the message to help animals from wherever you are. Message and data rates may apply. Read our full T&Cs for more info.

Please share this video and remind people that all it takes to help animals is a little ♥.

For help at any time, U.S. subscribers can text the word HELP to 73822 and Canadian subscribers can text the word HELP to 99099. To unsubscribe at any time, U.S. subscribers can text the word STOP to 73822 and Canadian subscribers can text the word STOP to 99099. PETA will send up to 10 messages per month.

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