Nominate PETA for a Twitter ‘Shorty Award’

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I have a Twitter account so that I can follow the wisdom of elders, see what the guru of good taste has to say, and, of course, try to keep up with PETA.

I’m just one of 52,710 (and counting) who rely on PETA’s tweets for news, events, and updates. That’s no small feat, considering that PETA has its paws in anything and everything that’s related to animal protection. Now, PETA followers, including some well-known tweeters, are nominating PETA to receive the ”Shorty Award” for best nonprofit organization. Some examples:

PamelaDAnderson: I nominate @peta 4 a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because PETA has inspired (more than any organization) so many people to help animals

stephaniepratt (from MTV’s The Hills): I nominate @peta 4 a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because they save countless animals http://ow.ly/Ufwx -vote for them!!! Xo

Joel Bartlett: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because they will do whatever it takes.

Maria Burgos: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because I love all the animals in the world,specially my lil bunny 🙂

Web Hosting: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because…I am vegan and PETA is the best AR group in the world!

Sarah Wright: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because eating meat just for pure enjoyment is inhumane & ridiculous

Izzy Rios: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because….they show the world what they dont want to see.

Yasmina: I nominate @peta for a Shorty Award in #nonprofit because… they have to be #1. I love PETA

I’m going to nominate PETA for a Shorty Award as soon as I finish this post. If you don’t already have a Twitter account, now might be the time to sign up. All it takes is 140 characters of your time.

Written by Karin Bennett

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