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Humane Society International: Save Ralph

Hollywood filmmakers and movie stars have joined forces with Humane Society International (HSI) to produce a powerful stop-motion animated short film, Save Ralph, calling for an end to cosmetic testing on animals around the world. Although banned in 40 countries, the practice is still perfectly legal in most of the world, and even making a comeback in some regions, subjecting untold thousands of animals to needless suffering and death.
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Procter & Gamble backs the eradication of animal testing

Personal care giant Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is taking a bold stance against animal testing. The conglomerate, which counts Olay, Pantene and SK-II among its brands, has teamed up with the animal protection organization the Humane Society International (HSI) to back its #BeCrueltyFree campaign fighting to ban animal testing for cosmetics in all major global beauty markets by the year 2023. P&G will lend its support to the campaign -- which has been running since 2012 -- via joint educati...
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Australia Is Taking Steps to Ban Animal Testing

On Valentine's Day, Australia showed animals a lot more love by passing a bill that bans animal testing. According to Humane Society International (HSI), the Australian Senate passed the Government's Industrial Chemicals Bills 2017, which included a provision to ban animal testing on chemicals used as ingredients in cosmetics. Thanks to HSI, who worked with the Australian government, 11 provisions were included in the bill to ensure no cosmetic ingredient could be tested on animals. This is a gr...
Tags: Makeup, Australia, Senate, United States, Beauty, Hair, Skin Care, Beauty News, Beauty Trends, Cruelty-Free, Humane Society International HSI

South Korea is turning away from dog meat

S outh Korea is becoming a nation of dog lovers. As families embrace dogs as family pets, the market for dog as a dinner course is rapidly declining. One in four South Korean adults now keeps a pet, and the average owner spends about $90 every month on them. As pet ownership has grown, businesses offering goods and services such as insurance, day care centers and grooming shops have proliferated. Dog spas and grooming parlors are part of a $1.4 billion with a “b” industry that is expected to ...
Tags: South Korea, North Korea, China, Pets, Korea, North, Kim Jong, Jan, HSI, Moon Jae, outh Korea, Humane Society International HSI