Meg Mathews Teamed Up With Anaïs Gallagher to Protest Animal Cruelty

To protect innocent animals from cruelty of animal testing for beauty products, the 14 years old Anaïs Gallagher has teamed up with her mother Meg Mathews. Meg with her daughter Anaïs supports heartily the campaign of going for cruelty free beauty products.

The mother and daughter pose for selfies holding proudly the ‘Humane Society International’s Be Cruelty Free campaign’ pledges.

Meg Mathews Teamed Up With Anaïs Gallagher to Protest Animal Cruelty

Animal cruelty is a serious issue in many parts of the world. Many beauty brands use animals for testing their beauty products. Animals like guinea pigs, rabbits, and mice suffer and die a painful death due to animal testing. Cruel acts like dripping chemicals in the eyes of the rabbits and force-fed mice with lethal doses put them to suffer and die helplessly.

Meg is a firm believer of compassionate fashion, and she recently teamed up with Wilby, the vegan accessories label, to design a new line of hand bags that will be completely free of leather. She believes in beauty without cruelty.

This beautiful lady said: “When I put on my make-up, I can look myself in the mirror with a clear conscience because I know that not a single rabbit, guinea pig or mouse has suffered pain to test my beauty products. Country by country, cosmetics animal testing is being banned because it’s cruel and unnecessary. I want the whole world to #BeCrueltyFree.”

Anaïs, her daughter also feels proud to join her mother in raising support of the innocent animals against animal testing in beauty products. This lovely teenager stated, “I’m not related to Meg Mathews (even though we share a last name), but I’m proud of her and her daughter for doing something to help animals in the Humane Society International’s Be Cruelty Free campaign!”

The mother and the daughter dream to see an end to the cosmetics cruelty worldwide.

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