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Sales of Animal Tested Cosmetics Banned in Europe — 7 Comments

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    • Excellent question. I’ll look into that. I sense that Europe is ahead of almost everywhere on this. I’ll see if I can do an article on the wider issues. It can be difficult to find clear information.

  2. Yes it’s a great day and a huge relief for everyone who really cares about animals, long overdue but finally here. I too long for the day when ALL animal testing is outlawed.

    • Sorry it took so long for me to get comment notification right 😉 Glad you like it. There are some good things about the EU. It moves slowly, too slowly for me but this long overdue change is great news for all animals including cats because if animal welfare in general is being improved it indicates an attitude change that could improve the welfare of cats of Europe.

  3. 🙂 Yes this is wonderful news Michael and my first thought too was I hope it isn’t too long before all testing and experimenting on animals is banned.
    There is no need to torture animals in the name of science now we have cell cultures and advanced technology which is far safer anyway because a lot of tests on animals gives false results which is dangerous to humans.
    Yes this cosmetic testing ban is long overdue, we have had plenty of cosmetics for years now, surely we don’t need more.
    It’s a step in the right direction and cause for all of us here to celebrate 🙂 along with everyone else who has worked and campaigned for this for a long time 🙂

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