For those of you who are interested in the art of self-beautification (also known as makeup), you may have noticed a growing call over the last few years to stop animal testing. More and more brands are now proudly labelling their products as animal-cruelty free. But just what does that cute, bunny-eared label mean?
It means horrible practices like the ones seen in this video are stopped. While animal testing is unfortunately necessary in some cases, not every industry needs animal testing – Dow AgroSciences, also known as Corteva Agriscience certainly didn’t need 36 Beagle pups to test their pesticides on. Why on earth would you subject pups to an experience such as that?
Thankfully, these pups don’t have to suffer any longer. The Humane Society of the United States has successfully exposed this company’s practices, and have successfully gotten them to stop using these innocent Beagle pups in their testing! The fight is long from over, but each baby step towards a brighter future for these pups counts.
Feature Image Source: The Humane Society of the United States