New PETA Quiz Asks, ‘What’s Your Animal-Saving Style?’

For Immediate Release:
May 20, 2014

Contact:
Sophia Charchuk 202-483-7382

Norfolk, Va. – PETA has just posted the new “What’s Your Animal-Saving Style?” quiz online, and I thought your readers would be interested in taking a quiz that—unlike many of the pop-culture ones circulating around social media nowadays—speaks directly to their experiences and offers useful tips for helping animals based on the results.

With questions such as “As you’re walking into the grocery store, you see that a dog has been left inside a hot car. Do you take action?” and “When I see people wearing fur, I…,” PETA’s quiz doesn’t just tell readers what kind of activist they are—such as a “Busy Beaver,” who loves to organize and lead protests, or an “Advocating Alligator,” who’s more comfortable taking action online—it also gives tailored tips for getting active for animals in the way that best suits them. For example, a “Devoted Duckling,” who’s just starting out in activism, can begin by putting an animal rights bumper sticker on his or her car.

The full quiz is available on PETA’s website here.

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