“Be Cruelty-Free” is a campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics in Canada. Join Animal Alliance of Canada and Humane Society International in urging the Government of Canada to end cosmetics animal testing forever.
We need your support to save them. Every year rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, and other animals undergo painful procedures in research and testing laboratories. Their entire lives are spent in isolation — and their suffering is endless.
It’s Canada’s dirty little secret. Learn the truth about cosmetics animal testing and what we’re doing to stop cruelty in the name of beauty.
Bill S-214, The Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, is at a critical stage. Please support this landmark legislation.
How You Can Help
Your support will save lives. Join us and help the animals today.
How you give can be as important as the amount you give. While every contribution is deeply appreciated, we urge you to consider becoming a regular monthly contributor. Monthly giving also makes your life easier. Modest, automatic withdrawals from either your bank account or credit card will go almost unnoticed, yet they will give you the knowledge that every day, every month, you will be making a measurable difference to the animals.
Please, take the time to give serious consideration to becoming a monthly giver.
Visit LeapingBunny.org for the most current list of companies that do not test their products on animals (please note, not all products are vegan).
Learn about the issue
Learn about cosmetics animal testing in Canada with our handy Q&A.
All procedures have the potential to cause animals physical as well as psychological distress.
Animal tests are increasingly being replaced with quicker, cheaper and more reliable non-animal methods.
Contact the Minister and speak out!
We need to keep the pressure on the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, to bring in legislation banning the use of cosmetic testing on animals. So please, mail and call her. Hand-written letters are best but you can also use our email form below or print our sign-on letter and mail it postage free.
The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor
Minister of Health
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6