Natalie F. California

No Animal Abuse

Dear Future President,

       Many animals are being abused and harmed by being tested on beauty products. Most of the high end brands are most likely who are testing on animals. There are many brands still poisoning and killing them with the ingredients in their products. The good news is that today, a multitude of cruelty-free cosmetics and household products are not tested on animals. Unfortunately, there’s no ban on testing cosmetics or household products on animals in the U.S., so companies that make and sell their products here can choose to conduct tests on animals.  

Once you’re aware of the animal testing policies of these companies, you’ll find that it’s very easy to find good budget-friendly brands and products at your local drugstore. There are also many other animal abuses like deliberate abuse or simply the failure to take care of an animal. Either way, and whether the animal is a pet, a farm animal or wildlife, the victim can suffer terribly. Don't despair, though-anyone can take steps against cruelty.

     In conclusion, animal abuse isn't right. Those who abuse animals are also likely to harm people-including their own family members. If you think an animal is being abused, either through violence or through violence or through neglect, you can take action to help. The first thing to creating positive change for animals is recognizing the cruelty that threatens them. Connections are being drawn between animal abuse and other forms of violence.

                                                                                                                             Sincerely, Natalie Fuentes