Posts Tagged ‘animal welfare’

  • Cruelty Free International Press Release for WildWash

    Cruelty Free International Winners

    WildWash have some fabulous news to report. WildWash is so proud to be a cruelty free company. All of our own brand cosmetic products are now certified as not tested on animals under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme, the international gold standard for products that are free from animal testing. We adhere to a fixed cut-off date policy and proactively monitor our suppliers to ensure that our products continue to adhere to the Leaping Bunny criteria. Our supplier monitoring system is also open to independent audit. For more information about the Leaping Bunny and Cruelty Free International, please visit:

    We are so pleased to start off the New Year with this fantastic seal of approval.

  • We Are So Proud Of Our Customers!!!!

    A huge congratulations to Colleen from Bazil and Ruby Animal Empire and Boutique who was chosen as one of VistaPrint’s top Unique Small Businesses to celebrate!

    Watch the video on the link below and you will understand exactly why they were chosen. Truly passionate about animals:

    Bazil and Ruby are located at:

    14 Church Street, TW1 3NJ
    Shop Phone: 0208 891 2000
    Mobile: 07575 696 609

    FB/Insta: BazilRuby
    Twitter: @BazilRuby

  • WildWash Proudly Supports Korean Animal Welfare Association

    WildWash aids Korean Animal Welfare Association

    Our Korean Distributors “And For Pets” have donated our WildWash shampoos to The Korean Animal Welfare Association (KAWA) to help their abandoned dogs in the centre. As you can imagine this charity does amazing work throughout Korea and we are very happy to help in any way we can.

    KAWA is a non profit group designed to support and promote animal rights. Founded in 2000 and government registered in 2003, KAWA works to reduce suffering, and to create social changes for all animals including companion animals, farm animals, animals in laboratories, and wild life. We work closely with the public, media, corporations and other non profit organizations and government officials to raise awareness of the ethical issues surrounding the treatment of animals. Various methods include utilizing public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, protest campaigns and political lobbying. We also run a no-kill shelter, which provides homes to rescued animals in Seoul.

    We feel that their work is very important and if you would like more information please visit their Facebook Page:

    Korean pet rescue non-profit organization
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