Rose Platter admires companies that care for bunnies and other animals

Let us shop happily and without guilt in these shops!

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Across Europe, countless animals such as rabbits, hamsters, rats and mice continue to suffer and die in household product testing. They are injected, gassed, force-fed and killed to test the ingredients that go into everyday household products such as washing up liquid, air fresheners and dishwasher tablets.

We think this is wrong. Please join our campaign in calling on Europe to clean up cruelty for good by ending animal testing for household products.

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Sign the petition to ban animal testing for household cleaning products in the EU.

Did you know ethical alternatives can be used instead of cruel animal tests?

Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free companies like The Co-operative, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Ecover, method, and Bio-D have proven it is possible to make household products without testing on animals. Existing combinations of safe ingredients can be used, and where new combinations are created, there are approved modern and humane techniques which can be cheaper, safer and more effective.

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Now is the perfect time for an EU ban on animal testing for household products and ingredients. We are proud to offer Leaping Bunny certified cleaning products and know that shoppers are keen to buy cruelty free products.

The Co-operative
“The Co-operative is proud to have a long term relationship with Cruelty Free International having been the first UK supermarket to have our household products and ingredients certified as cruelty free. We are therefore delighted to support their calls for an EU ban on household products and ingredient tests on animals, hoping others commit to clean up cruelty.”

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Marks and Spencer
“We care about animal welfare as passionately as our customers do. That’s why M&S is proud to have achieved Leaping Bunny certification for our cleaning products, proving it is possible clean with compassion.”

Waitrose
“We know this is a really important issue for our customers and we never test on animals – or ask anyone to test on our behalf. We’re pleased to support the Cruelty Free International campaign to end animal testing for cleaning products in the EU.”

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Ecover and method
“Here at Ecover and method, we are proud to carry the Leaping Bunny logo on all our household products… …We strongly believe that no animals should ever be used as guinea pigs and therefore will be supporting the Cruelty Free International campaign for an EU ban on household product tests on animals; including both ingredients and the final products. full stop.”

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Bio-D
“Bio-D supports the Cruelty Free International campaign for a ban on household product and ingredient tests on animals. We’re proud to have gained Leaping Bunny certification in 2006, proving that you can easily and effectively clean your home with products that are cruelty free. In 2015,with so many humane alternatives available, now is the time to clean up cruelty in Europe.”

Faith in nature
“Faith in Nature’s entire household cleaning range is certified by the Leaping Bunny, meaning that it is free from animal testing. We are pleased to support the Cruelty Free International call for an EU ban on animal testing for both household cleaning products and their ingredients. Now is the right time to clean up cruelty.”

Splosh
“At Splosh we’re really proud to support the Cruelty Free International campaign to clean up cruelty in Europe. We use Splosh cleaning products as the cruelty free way to clean our office.”

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Now is the perfect time for an EU ban on animal testing for household products and ingredients. We are proud to offer Leaping Bunny certified cleaning products and know that shoppers are keen to buy cruelty free products.

The Co-operative
“The Co-operative is proud to have a long term relationship with Cruelty Free International having been the first UK supermarket to have our household products and ingredients certified as cruelty free. We are therefore delighted to support their calls for an EU ban on household products and ingredient tests on animals, hoping others commit to clean up cruelty.”

Marks and Spencer
“We care about animal welfare as passionately as our customers do. That’s why M&S is proud to have achieved Leaping Bunny certification for our cleaning products, proving it is possible clean with compassion.”

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We’ve cleaned up cosmetics, now let’s make household products cruelty free

We successfully campaigned for an EU ban on testing cosmetics on animals. This has been a driving force for the cosmetics industry to develop and use humane alternatives to animal tests.

If they can do it for cosmetics, it can be done for household cleaning products!

 

Sign the petition to ban animal testing for household cleaning products in the EU.

Make your world cruelty free

Support ethical brands by only using Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free household cleaning products.

 

© Cruelty Free International

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