The short answer: No, Oral-B is not cruelty free. The long answer: Oral-B is a brand that manufactures oral hygiene products. It is known for selling both manual and electric toothbrushes, toothpastes, and mouthwashes. Oral-B was created in 1950 by Dr. Robert W. Hutson, a periodontist responsible for inventing and patenting the toothbrush. Since 2006,… Continue reading Is Oral-B Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Arm & Hammer is not cruelty free. The long answer: Introduced in the US market in 1846, Arm & Hammer is an American brand that sells baking soda-based products. It was founded by Church & Dwight, brothers-in-law and manufacturers who specialised in household products. In the 1970s, the brand expanded its… Continue reading Is Arm & Hammer Cruelty Free?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: Containing protein and carbohydrates, peas are vegetables that cats can safely consume. They are excellent sources of fiber, which can help support gastrointestinal health. Green or garden peas, snow peas, and snap peas are the three types of peas that can be eaten by your… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Peas?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: Also known as catmint, catwort, and field balm, catnip is a common herb that is a member of the mint family. It originated from the Mediterranean and Northern Africa, and is known for being loved by most cats. Just a whiff of the scent can… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Catnip?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: High in vitamins A and C, pumpkin helps strengthen your cat’s vision and immune system. The orange-coloured vegetable also contains fiber that can aid in her digestion and help her feel full longer. How to feed pumpkin to your cat: Do not feed raw pumpkin… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Pumpkin?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Raw mince is finely chopped beef that is uncooked. Though cats are obligate carnivores that need animal-derived meat to survive, think twice before you feed raw mince to your pet. WebMD states that raw meat should not be given to your cat because it may… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Raw Mince?
The short answer: It depends. The long answer: Spinach is a vegetable that is rich in vitamins (A, K, B6, B2, E, and C) and minerals (magnesium, folate, calcium, and potassium). Low in calories and high in fiber, it can improve a cat’s digestion, help boost eyesight, and regulate blood pressure. Cats without any health… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Spinach?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Having longer life spans than other fish, tuna contains high levels of mercury, metals, and unsaturated fats. As such, it is not recommended for cats to consume tuna on a regular basis. Too much mercury may lead to mercury poisoning, and may cause your cat… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Canned Tuna?
The short answer: Yes, but in limited quantities. The long answer: Broccoli is an edible green plant from the cabbage family. A cruciferous vegetable that can be safely eaten by cats, broccoli can help improve a cat’s digestion, lower her cholesterol levels, prevent cancer, and boost her immune system. However, Avondale Animal Hospital warns that… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Broccoli?
The short answer: Yes, but only occasionally. The long answer: A peanut is a type of a legume crop that is high in magnesium and iron. Technically speaking, peanuts are high in protein, but cats need protein derived from animal meat, so feeding her peanuts regularly won’t benefit her. Cooked peanuts can be fed to… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Peanuts?
At Waldo’s Friends, animal welfare advocacy doesn’t end at rescuing cats and dogs. We believe in an equally kind world for all animals—including those voiceless animals used in animal testing labs to produce products used in our everyday lives. Products such as shampoos, conditioners, hair serums, and everything else in our bathrooms and households that… Continue reading Which Hair Care Brands Are Cruelty Free? [We reviewed 17 brands!]
The short answer: No, VO5 is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Short for Alberto VO5, VO5 started off as a conditioning hairdressing made by a chemist named Alberto. VO5 pertains to five vitamin oils, ingredients that are included in the hair repair formula. These include Sunflower Seed Oil, Mango Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil,… Continue reading Is VO5 Cruelty Free?