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Stephanie Pratt Teams Up With PETA To Promote 'Be Nice To Bunnies' iPhone App

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Around here we like our products cruelty-free — but sometimes it’s hard to tell. Enter: PETA’s new ‘Be Nice to Bunnies’ iPhone App — a searchable database that “helps on-the-go consumers make informed and compassionate purchasing decisions on everything from makeup, hair products, and household cleaners to dog treats!”

Reality star Stephanie Pratt recently teamed up with the animal rights organization to make a special ‘Be Nice to Bunnies PSA.

In the video, Pratt says:

“I think it’s really important for people to be informed consumers. Animal testing is not a required law. Guinea Pigs and rats and bunnies and all of those animals…knowing that they’re blinded, poisoned and burned for such a useless experiment that’s not needed.”

What do you think about an iPhone App that helps consumers make compassionate choices? Will you download it? Chime in and give us your review!

Also, make sure to check out Stephanie’s video below!

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