B, No, most companies don't tell you if they test on animals but if I found out that a company DID test with animals, I wouldn't use it or would stop using it
by Chrissy - 8 hours ago
yes - 22 years old
by Michael - 8 hours ago
A. Yes. I don't really care. Simple. Plus, if it's not tested on animals, then how do I know it's safe for me xD?
by Becky - 8 hours ago
c: Yes. Or to put it another way, I would not want to use a medical product that is untested on animals because what they are giving or doing to me is too cruel to do to a rat.
by thankyoumaskedman - 8 hours ago
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