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Welcoming Noodles The House Rabbit

Welcoming Noodles The House Rabbit
Isn't it funny what social media can do and who it can bring together? Katie, after hearing about the 2016 Go Cruelty Free Challenge shared this with us. Visit our link to sign up for the challenge yourself and through sales made at crueltyfreeconsumer.com, we will donate back to this organization.

Pomp and Circumstance: 1,500+ Kittens Graduate from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery, November 10, 2015

Pomp and Circumstance: 1,500+ Kittens Graduate from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery, November 10, 2015
Wow.... I am such an animal lover... Goes without saying. I created cruelty free consumer.com in my mind in  2006 and actually launched the site in 2011.  ( a website dedicated to selling only brands that are certified cruelty free by Leaping Bunny.) Always a cat lover and a dog lover officially in 2002 when we adopted my first dog, Teddy, I love the work that the ASPCA has done with this program.   Please read below. Any sales that come in through Sunday night to www.crueltyfreeconsumer.com, we will donate 20% back to them to support their efforts!  We will make a donation in your name and will send you an email as well! Congrats on your graduates, ASPCA! November 10, 2015Pomp and Circumstance: 1,500+ Kittens Graduate from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery Pomp and Circumstance: 1,500+ Kittens Graduate from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery Staff and caregivers at the ASPCA Kitten Nursery hosted a graduation ceremony Tuesday morning for more than 1,500 kittens who’ve successfully made their way through the nursery since it opened for the season in May. During a solemn but sweet procession, two dozen nursery workers clad in celebratory t-shirts and mortar boards cradled kittens and filed into the Nursery to the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance.” “The road you faced was one of uncertainty, but now you are ready for the next phase of your life—adoption,” announced Gail Buchwald, Senior Vice President of the ASPCA Adoption Center. “We can’t give these kittens diplomas, but we can get them into safe and loving homes.” Staff with graduates from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery During the last six months, staff from New York’s city shelters made daily visits to the Nursery to deliver kittens too young to survive on their own. More than 50 ASPCA workers—including caregivers, medical caregivers, licensed veterinary techs and veterinarians—worked 24/7 in nearly nine-hour shifts to provide care. “This was such a positive experience, helping this project evolve and develop,” said Sabrina Velazquez, the Nursery’s Medical Manager and a Licensed Veterinary Technician at the ASPCA Animal Hospital. “It’s nice to be able to put a name and a furry face to each and every one of these kittens. That makes it real.” Medical Administrative Assistant Crissy Martinez-Muñoz works to schedule each kitten for spay or neuter surgery. “I’m the last stage before they go to adoptions, so by the time they reach me, they’re halfway home,” she said. Crissy has kept track of the more than 800 kittens adopted so far this season. Caregiver Teandra Henry said, “It’s rewarding to see them go from not wanting to eat, to putting on weight, then developing personalities and becoming ready for adoption.” At the graduation ceremony, Caregiver Emily San Martin cradled a five-ounce kitten named Zuri, whose eyes had recently opened. “He’s always hungry,” she explained, as she weighed him and prepared his bottle. Nearby, Janet Piez, another caregiver who volunteers regularly with the ASPCA, held Gage, a thin yet hungry male tabby. “He’ll catch up,” she said optimistically. “He’s a fighter.” As the music drew to a close, the kittens, seemingly unfazed by the “paparazzi” in attendance, looked wide-eyed and curious, and a few meowed. “These kittens have overcome immense obstacles,” Buchwald said in closing. “But they were determined to survive. Congratulations!” Uma, a seven-week-old tabby who has overcome digestive problems, conjunctivitis, and upper respiratory issues, was more interested in playing with the tassel on caregiver Colleen Moore’s mortar board than in the surrounding hubbub. Exciting news! These feline grads will be honored as ASPCA Cats of the Year at the 2015 Humane Awards Luncheon, which will be held on Thursday, November 12, in New York City.

It's always something.... the story of an Eastern Cottontail.

It's always something.... the story of an Eastern Cottontail.
You are reading this, probably because you either have a soft spot for animals or you may be a "little crazy", or both! (Only in a good way of course!) info included on how to help injured wildlife.

The truth comes out

The truth comes out
The truth comes out. I am a wife. A mother. An animal lover. AND, I am a Cruelty Free Consumer. We are a retail website that is dedicated to only selling Leaping Bunny certified brands. (NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS!)

Don't take the wind out of your summer sail! Guest Blogger Ann LaGoy on bug spray.

Don't take the wind out of your summer sail! Guest Blogger Ann LaGoy on bug spray.
We are so happy .. yet again!... to feature and showcase another awesome product from one of our Cruelty Free Companies.... Sound Earth! We not only do we sell it... but we love it and get repeat orders all of the time! Not only does it help with keeping nagging mosquitos away... people love the scent!

Cruelty Free Consumer now featuring over 25 Brands!

Wow... Look how far cruelty free consumer.com has come in the last 3 years....as a place to shop for certified cruelty free products... We have adding even more brands and we now feature over 40! Shop here for cruelty free products. Get free shipping on orders over $50. Use FREESHIP at checkout or 3.95SHIP on orders under $50!

Better Life guest blog. (Yes... from abc's Shark Tank!)

Please welcome a new addition to the CFC family.... introducing Better Life... yes, as in the company that was featured on abc's Shark Tank! When Tim Barklage and Kevin Tibbs set out to start a new line of safe and effective household cleaning products, they were committed to doing things the right way.

Meet Xander... The Rescued Lab Cat

I will begin this post with a shamefully honest admission that I think many people will relate to—I used to think of “animal testing” as a problem that I didn’t need to worry about.

Bello Moi... It's a lifestyle choice....

This week we are excited to announce our partnership with Bello Moi Skincare. This Mother and Daughter team have the answers for fabulous skin at any age! Check out their guest blog they have provided for us... Again, we are thrilled to welcome them to the CFC family! Look to the skin for the answers...........

"everyone" has a story ... including Scot and his buddy Barney of EO Products

"Why Cruelty Free EO? I have to say that while I love the fact that EO products are clean, luxurious and effective, it is as much due to my best friend Barney that I am as enthusiastic about this company as I am.
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