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Wed, Apr 28 | By Robin Wallace | 19

Finding a new way to use technology to help animals, PETA has joined forces with Hot Frog Creative to develop a cruelty-free shopping mobile application, coined the "Be Nice to Bunnies" app. For pet lovers and gadget users, the searchabl… more ›

iPhone App Helps Animal Lovers Find, Buy Cruelty-Free Goods
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Bowne
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Bowne
4 years ago

Interesting article. This is a great way to use today's technology to get their message out there.

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Kris
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Kris
4 years ago

Even though I am not a fan of PETA, I do love this concept.

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CloroxConnects
4 years ago

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Diane H.
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Diane H.
4 years ago

I think this will be much easier and obviously more up-to-date than carrying around the Leaping Bunny card. Plus with more people being made aware, companies are more apt to stop this stupid and cruel business practice

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CloroxConnects
4 years ago

Did you know that GreenWorks is a Clorox brand product and is does not testing on animals and is great for the environment! Join the community @www.cloroxconnects.com

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

i also dislike petas methods but i think they have gone over the top using sexy ads to promote their cause. does this send a good message to children

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Kris
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Kris
4 years ago

I have to agree- some of PETA's methods definitely go too far.

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Denise L.
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Denise L.
4 years ago

Although I dislike PeTA, this is a great thing. Since I don't have an iPhone, I carry a list of from Leaping Bunny (I forget the organization's name), as they are more accurate. PeTA's list has some companies on there that are not cruelty-free, yet list them as such. These companies don't do animal testing, but the suppliers of their ingredients do.

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Denise L.
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Denise L.
4 years ago

As much as I dislike PeTA, this is a great thing to have! I can't afford an iPhone, but I carry a list from the Leaping Bunny. The problem with PeTA's list is that they list certain companies as cruelty-free, even though the ingredients might have been animal-tested by the companies' suppliers.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

i don't have an i phone either but a friend does. their apps are incredible

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Kris
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Kris
4 years ago

Good information Denise; I would certainly want the most accurate list.

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amy m.
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amy m.
4 years ago

Great Idea- Love it!

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alex
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alex
4 years ago

I went on PETA and was shocked and moved by all the cruelty going on in this world. I am so depressed right now.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

but peta is not innocent in this they also kill homeless pets. they would like us to think they are all heart but just look up the things they do to get their point across

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Ches21
4 years ago

I like this cause then you don't have to search the stores and look for the teeny tiny labels that say not tested on animals some times the label lies I know that is ileagal but that is the truth also I have found using some human shampoo's on Skitters and some of them seemed to work and were gentle while others seemed to bug her. I like the idea for those products but the problem is the price is probably outrageous. But I do like the idea for the products. I don't like it when I read a label that says this product is not tested on animals and then you do further reasearch online to find out yes it is tested on animals. I wish the companies that do that would not do it. Now I do only use doggie shampoo's on Skitters and jhonson's baby shampoo's on Skitters cause they work and don't bug her and I don't have to worry about the shampoo harming her then.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

ches that is false advertising

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Michele Z.
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Michele Z.
4 years ago

I think it would make more sense if the manufacturers themselves printed this information on the packages. Those not "harming animals" should clearly indicate that on the labels, maybe even having a "PETA-Approved" emblem/logo of some kind.

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Stephanie
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Stephanie
4 years ago

I agree, it should be clearly indicated on the label.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
4 years ago

mz i like your idea but i would not buy anything that had peta on their lable

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