PETA is the biggest—and most influential—animal rights organization in the world. We’ll do whatever it takes to get people talking about animals as unique individuals. Our eye-popping protests, urgent message, and unwavering dedication to help all animals have made PETA an unparalleled success among advocacy organizations. And now, you can follow our official account on the biggest app around: TikTok.
Check out all the things you’ll see when you follow PETA on TikTok:
Discover ways to fight speciesism online!
Want to be a tiger king/queen? Here’s how to do it without the cruelty.
No one should ever pose for a picture with a real tiger. Did you know that big cats have special two-piece hyoid bones in their throats that allow them to open their mouths wide and emit a fierce roar? You can hear a tiger’s roar from up to 2 miles away. When you follow our official TikTok account, you can learn how to take a picture with a 3-D tiger right in your living room. And for more fascinating animal facts, check out the new bestselling book by PETA President Ingrid Newkirk, Animalkind.
Get cute animal content to brighten your day:
Don’t forget to treat your companion animals this year! They made the nice list too ☺️
Self-isolating because of the pandemic? Adhering to a stay-at-home order? If you need a quick pick-me-up to put you in a better mood, you’ll find funny content and cute videos of animals on PETA’s TikTok account.
Find quick and easy vegan recipes:
Smoothies are an easy and yummy way to get your greens and use up old fruit! #happyathome
Celebrate Passover with this simple vegan chocolate matzo brittle recipe!
Hungry? Right here on our site, you’ll find thousands of free vegan recipes.
Spark a conversation about animals:
Speak up for animals with the SeaWorldBathtubChallenge! Duet this in your tub to show how easy quarantine is compared to 24/7 confinement at SeaWorld
Want some tips about following a vegan lifestyle while playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Check out our guide.
Get inspired to get active!
It’s always possible to take action to make the world a better place for animals—even by using your phone or computer. You probably already follow PETA on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. So what are you waiting for?