Why we should live a cruelty free life?
Definition of Cruelty free:
In the animal rights movement, cruelty-free is a label for products or activities that do not harm or kill animals anywhere in the world. Products tested on animals are not considered cruelty-free, since these tests are often painful and cause the suffering and death of millions of animals every year.
Because companies still test on animals? but why?
Companies test on animals to provide data that they can use to defend themselves when they are sued by injured consumers. Once again its all about money because if cosmetics or household products blind or poison animals during tests, they are often marketed anyway. Companies use the fact that the products have been tested, rather than the actual test results, we are living in a crazy world!!!
Because we should banned animal testing.
The harm that is committed against animals should not be minimized because they are not considered to be “human.” In conclusion, animal testing should be eliminated because it violates animals’ rights, it causes pain and suffering to the experimental animals, and other means of testing product toxicity are available.
Because a lot of animals are dying from animal testing when it’s not necessary.
Peta declared that each year, more than 100 million animals—including mice, rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds—are killed in laboratories for biology lessons, medical training, curiosity-driven experimentation, and chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics testing.
Because animals testing is already banned in some countries, so we should keep increasing the demand of cruelty free products.
The European Union, India, Israel, and Norway all have bans in place making it illegal to test cosmetics on animals within their borders or to sell cosmetics that have been tested on animals elsewhere
Because cruelty-Free Products Help Save the Planet
Consuming cruelty free products could be the “single biggest way” to reduce your environmental impact on earth. Cutting meat and dairy products from your diet could reduce an individual’s carbon footprint from food by up to 73 per cent.
Have you heard about a plant based/ vegan diet?