Companies That Animal Test

Here are some of the companies biggest on animal testing, feel free to contact them letting them know how you feel about that 🙂

Learn more about how you can stop supporting animal testing here, here & here!

Estée Lauder
CEO: Fabrizio Freda
President: John Demsey
Email: contact

767 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10153
(212) 572-4200

M.A.C Cosmetics
President: Karen Buglisi
Email: contact
Address: same as Estée Lauder

CEO: Jean Paul Agon
Email: contact
Address: Same as above EXCEPT one is in France but I can’t quite find the exact address.

Procter & Gamble
CEO: Alan G. Lafley

P.O. Box 2056, Jeddah 21451 Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (12) 6572222
Fax: +966 (12) 6538833

P&G Gulf Office
P.O. Box 33060 Dubai, UAE
Tel: +971 4 806 4444
Fax: +971 4 806 4400

CEO: Benno O. Dorer
Email: N/A

Clorox Headquarters
1221 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 271-7000

Johnson & Johnson
CEO: Alex Gorsky
Email:  contact

Main Office:
One Johnson & Johnson Plaza
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08933
(732) 524-0400

If you prefer, our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 767
Neenah, WI 54957

CEO: Ian M. Cook
Email: contact

c/o Office of the General Counsel Colgate-Palmolive Company 300 Park Avenue 11th Floor New York, NY 10022-7499

Reckitt Benxckiser
CEO: Rakesh Kapoor

Turner House
103-105 Bath Road
Slough, Berkshire SL1 3UH
United Kingdom

Church & Dwight
CEO: James Craigie
Email: contact

Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
Princeton South Corporate Center,
500 Charles Ewing Boulevard
Ewing, NJ

CEO: Paul Polman
Email: contact,,

Unilever House
100 Victoria Embankment
London EC4Y 0DY
United Kingdom


Weena 455
3013AL Rotterdam

CEO: Kasper Rorsted
Email: contact
Address: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA 40191 DĂĽsseldorf Germany.

The Pig Scramble

The video above isn’t from the same city, but the same concept as the one I wrote about below.

You’ve most likely been to a county fair. You’ve most likely seen dog racing, goat petting, and mini horseback riding. All of these are examples of animal abuse, and in Petitcodiac, New Brunswick the “Pig Scramble” is a favorite among youngsters and adults alike, and just recently it’s been brought back after being taken off the activities list for the fair. Most fairly ignorant people would call this “entertainment” and find nothing wrong with it.

The “Pig Scramble” if you aren’t already aware is an event where children enter a raffle to be able to run around a small pen, chase and catch small two-month-old piglets. Only twelve children are chosen, meaning twelve young pigs are put through emotional stress and discomfort for however long it takes for the children to catch them. The article even states that some cry out and scream from pain (which isn’t a surprise). After being caught, the children have the decision to take the pig home or have it be sold back to the fair and then auctioned off.

In previous years, the pigs when caught were put in bags and dragged along the hot dusty floors. The NB SPCA asked the fair to stop using the bags, and they agreed. And even though the bags aren’t used anymore, they are still used almost like toys and seen as only objects instead of actually living, breathing animals that have souls and can feel  both physical and emotional pain.

The President of the fair Phillip MacLeod states, “A lot of our complaints come from overseas and all the foreign countries to me that really don’t know what’s going on.” When watching the news report, I can clearly see what’s going. I don’t believe living overseas or in ANY different country would purely mean that I wouldn’t understand what was going on. I personally believe this comment is very racist. The only thing that’s going on that I see is entertainment for the people, and sorrow and sadness for the pigs.

It angers me to see these small, innocent pigs used as entertainment and put through this much emotional pain. If you feel the same, please email or contact the President of the Westmorland County Agricultural Fair, Phillip MacLeod.

phone:  (506) 756-8149


The Fairs Website:

The News Article: