Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Top Cruelty-Free Blogs to Follow | #BlogForBunnies #BeCrueltyFree


This week is the annual #BeCrueltyFree week, ran by Humane Society InternationalBeing cruelty-free is very important to me. I turned vegetarian when I was 13 (I'm 27 next week!) when I found out about the meat industry during research on animal rights. At the same time I found out about animal testing. I got very involved in animal rights and attended many demonstrations within the UK and abroad as well as in my own home making conscious decisions about the products I brought.
One of my favorite aspects of blogging is discovering like-minded bloggers who are just as passionate about animals as I am. I'm not going to go on about the horrific details of animal testing today but instead share with you some fellow cruelty free bloggers who I think are worth checking out. Share the love!
Read on to discover more cruelty-free bloggers.

If you are unsure of where to begin with becoming cruelty free, first you can sign Humane Society International's pledge to become cruelty free and the I suggest you start following some or all of these beautiful bunch who offer helpful tips, advice on products and brands, giveaways and more.

Amber's Beauty Talk
Bow Tied Beauty
Cruelty Free Cottage
Cruelty Free Kitty
FACE
Hailey Anderson
Humane Beings
Humanely Chic
Logical Harmony
Lovely Witches
MakeUp Guinea Pig
Manchester Chick Flick
Mica Day
Mo'Adore
Organic Beauty Blogger
Sugarpuffish
The Glambulance
What Lauren Did Today
Wonderchebs

As well as these fantastic blogs, there is also a weekly themed cruelty-free Twitter chat ever Thursday 9-10pm GMT using the hashtag #cfbloggers. Everyone is welcome and it's a great way to find out more about becoming cruelty-free and to discover more cruelty-free blogs.

Can you think of any other great cruelty-free bloggers to add to this list?

Helen x

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12 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for including me on your list :) Like you I became animal cruelty aware in my teens and that coincided with no longer eating meat.

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    1. You're welcome. Keep up the good work and if you can think of anyone elose to add, please let me know.

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    2. off top of my head, how about http://www.lovelywitches.co.uk http://www.micaday.co.uk http://www.crueltyfreekitty.com/

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    3. Mica is already on the list and I'll check out the other two. Thanks!

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    4. Thank you Sarah for thinking of me and thank you Helen for including me! Some awesome cruelty-free bloggers here :)

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  2. Thank you for including me, much appreciated! :D xx

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  3. Hi Helen,

    Great post - I've found a few cruelty-free bloggers that I'd never stumbled across before, so thank you! I've been compiling a list of UK healthy lifestyle bloggers for a while now, including a cruelty-free beauty section, if you'd like to find a few more: http://www.curiouslyconscious.com/2014/10/top-60-british-healthy-living-bloggers.html

    Besma (Curiously Conscious)

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    1. Excellent. I'd love to fill my twitter and bloglovin feeds with ethical bloggers. Thanks.

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  4. Great name for a campaign, and great campaign! Thanks for sharing some cruelty-free bloggers, off to check them out and sign the pledge you shared :) Leanne x

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    1. Excellent. The more cruelty free pledges the better.

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  5. I've only just noticed you recommended my blog - thank you so much chicken!

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