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Ricky Gervais Thinks Everyone Should Be Against Animal Testing

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Ricky Gervais has a few favorite topics that he covers on twitter. 1. His atheism and making fun of religion. 2. Animals. 3. Self-promotion.

In a lovely tweet on behalf of all creatures great and small, Gervais combined two of the three of his usual areas of discussion. He tweeted, “Whether you believe that life evolved over billions of years or God made everything, you can’t justify torturing an animal for a shampoo”.

The comedian doesn’t care how you believe the earth and all its inhabitants got started. He just believes we should be compassionate now that we’re all here. And conducting cruel tests on animals for the sake of shiny hair just isn’t the kind of generous behavior that humans should exhibit.

We’re sure that later on today Gervais will go back to poking fun at religion, but for right now, we hope that everyone agrees with the funnyman and does some research on who did or didn’t get hurt for the sake of their hair care products. (And lotions, lipsticks, mascaras, etc.) The Leaping Bunny will help you out with a comprehensive list and let you know if you need to make a change.

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