Cleopatra Emroled

Hi I am Cleo, just graduated Hogwarts in the Nobel house of Gryffindor and starting a new life at a muggle university in Davis, California. I love reading, practicing spells, and making hand crafted wands. I am a I-dont-care-what-time-of-the-day-it-is-take-me-on-an-adventure person and I love the outdoors. Feel free to ask anything :)

July 13, 2012 3:32 am
vegansofig:

It’s safe to say Proctor and Gamble is one of the most evil companies… ever. 
Each year, thousands of animals die in Procter & Gamble laboratories—the victims of painful product tests. Procter & Gamble claims to be “committed” to eliminating tests on animals, but after a decade of empty promises, the household, personal care, and pharmaceutical product manufacturer continues to poison and kill animals. 
To test products, workers typically force chemicals into rabbits’ eyes and rub them onto animals’ shaved and abraded skin. The animals are forced into restraining devices so they can’t escape the pain; usually they are not sedated or given painkillers. Yes, P&G even subjects dogs to horrific mutilation and debarking just to test Iams dog food. Some animals have broken their necks or backs trying to escape. 
There are NO federal requirements that cosmetics and personal care products be tested on animals. 
The problem is that Proctor & Gamble has a huge list of subsidiaries, many of which are billion dollar brands. Not one of them is cruelty free. Sometimes they’re hard to avoid. I’m not judging you if you didn’t know, but now you know and now is the time to break up with P&G. 👉
Don’t support animal cruelty. Don’t support Proctor & Gamble. #vegansofig
http://instagram.com/p/NAd2lpGiWF/ 

wow^^^^^^^^^^^

vegansofig:

It’s safe to say Proctor and Gamble is one of the most evil companies… ever.

Each year, thousands of animals die in Procter & Gamble laboratories—the victims of painful product tests. Procter & Gamble claims to be “committed” to eliminating tests on animals, but after a decade of empty promises, the household, personal care, and pharmaceutical product manufacturer continues to poison and kill animals.

To test products, workers typically force chemicals into rabbits’ eyes and rub them onto animals’ shaved and abraded skin. The animals are forced into restraining devices so they can’t escape the pain; usually they are not sedated or given painkillers. Yes, P&G even subjects dogs to horrific mutilation and debarking just to test Iams dog food. Some animals have broken their necks or backs trying to escape.

There are NO federal requirements that cosmetics and personal care products be tested on animals.

The problem is that Proctor & Gamble has a huge list of subsidiaries, many of which are billion dollar brands. Not one of them is cruelty free. Sometimes they’re hard to avoid. I’m not judging you if you didn’t know, but now you know and now is the time to break up with P&G. 👉

Don’t support animal cruelty. Don’t support Proctor & Gamble. #vegansofig

http://instagram.com/p/NAd2lpGiWF/ 

wow^^^^^^^^^^^

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    put your money where your mouth [and heart] are
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    Don’t support P&G. In fact, give up commercially made products all together— they are bad for you, your skin and the...
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    I don’t think they would need to test animal food on animals if they didn’t fill it with chemicals. If it was all just...
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    Evil…apart from Iams? Pet food? I mean I’d expect them to taste test it on animals at least once…? The rest can fuck off...
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