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The Body Shop Protects Animals



Published November 17, 2008
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The Body Shop in the U.S. and Canada recently partnered with The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) to improve the lives of animals worldwide via the Make Yourself Beautiful campaign. The Body Shop asked the public to sign a petition in support of a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare in stores during October. The Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare is an agreement between people and countries that recognizes that animals can feel pain and suffer, and that animals matter and should live free from cruelty and suffering. It would help end cruelty toward animals by raising the status of animal welfare as an international issue; encouraging governments to establish or improve existing national animal welfare legislation; and inspiring positive change in public attitudes and actions toward animals, according to the company.


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