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Celebrities Urge Fans To Be Cruelty-Free

This March, celebrities like Ke$ha, Colbie Caillat, Michael Vartan, Daniella Alonso, Francia Raisa, Torrey DeVitto, Fiona Gubelmann and Joanna Krupa are asking their fans to shop cruelty-free for their cosmetics and other beauty products.

“Everyone wants to look their best," said Grammy-winning artist Caillat. "And it’s great to know we can look and feel beautiful without causing pain to animals. The HSUS/HSI's Be Cruelty-Free campaign is urging companies to stop testing their products on animals. There are so many great products, from skin care products, to shampoo, to makeup, that are cruelty free--there’s just no reason to buy anything else.”

Be Cruelty-Free Week launched on March 11 in celebration of a European Union ban on the marketing and sale of cosmetics newly tested on animals.

“The Humane Society of the United States is proud to have such prestigious names lending their support to our Be Cruelty-Free campaign,” said Pascaline Clerc, senior director of Animal Research Issues. “We hope their endorsement will influence the public to shop cruelty-free and increase support for ending the outdated and ineffective practice of cosmetic animal testing.”

Since 1954, The HSUS has been fighting for the protection of all animals through advocacy, education and hands-on programs.

Take Action At The Animal Rescue Site

Support the ban on the animal testing of cosmetics by signing the petition at The Animal Rescue Site.

Photo: Caillat and her adopted retriever Plum (rescued by Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern California). Photo courtesy of HSUS.

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