Companies that test on animals – what their real advertising slogans should be

I’m a strong advocate for truth in advertising, so here’s how I think a few of the big companies that test on animals should re-brand their advertising slogans…


CoverGirl logo.jpg: “Easy, sleezy, beautiful…profits from China, where our products are animal tested”

Image result for max factor eyeshadow“The makeup of made up rabbits”

Thumbnail for version as of 08:41, 28 June 2013 “It’s so not worth it”

Thumbnail for version as of 20:39, 6 November 2014 “Animal testing is on”

Thumbnail for version as of 19:43, 21 February 2016“Maybe she’s born with it. The rabbits certainly weren’t”.

Thumbnail for version as of 10:51, 17 June 2014“Bringing cruelty to everyone we touch”

Let me know your own suggestions in the comments section below!

USDA ditches animal welfare?

In a perplexing move, the government shut down the Animal Care Information System in February this year without warning. The database, which was accessible to the public, documented how animals are used in the country’s laboratories and whether these institutions are working within federal law. No reason was given for the shutdown, which makes it even more frustrating for the many animal welfare organizations that relied upon the database in their investigations into animal cruelty. Documents can still be made available through a process of request, but that can take months or longer – too long for animal welfare charities to be effective. Now the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, the PCRM, is leading a lawsuit against the USDA to get the database back on line.