Did you know that April 24 to 30, 2016, is World Week for Animals in Laboratories?
Given the number of cruelty-free options out there, it’s hard to believe that every year, hundreds of thousands of rabbits, rats, mice, guinea pigs, and other animals have chemicals smeared on their skin or in their eyes and are poisoned and killed in archaic tests.
Do you know someone who is unaware of what testing on animals really looks like?
On behalf of animals in laboratories, let that person know what really goes into every bottle of animal-tested dish soap, mascara, and laundry detergent by labeling the products yourself with our new stickers. And if he or she has products that weren’t tested on animals, label those, too!
Fill out the form below, and we’ll send you a page of stickers with both options as well as a copy of PETA’s Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide for you to share—for free.
Note: To maximize the chances of these arriving to you by April 24, please place your order by April 10.
All fields in bold are mandatory.
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If you’re already a member of the Action Team, check out other ways that you can save animals by using stickers.
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