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How Dawn Helps Save Wildlife -- Dawn.Com

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- 3234 days ago -
1 bottle=$1 TO SAVE WILDLIFE* Please visit to find out how YOU can help save our precious wildlife today!! Thank You and God Bless!!

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Cher C (1429)
Friday July 17, 2009, 8:55 am


Thnx so much my sweet friend!!



Barb K (1688)
Friday July 17, 2009, 9:01 am
Dawn's goal is to reach $50,000.000 to help save wildlife. They help by using Dawn to clean animals such as ducks and squirrels when they are victims of oil spills. You can go to their web site to get all the information. It' a great program and after all, it's man's greed for money that puts our precious wildlife in danger so it's the least we can do to help them. Thank you for noting/commenting and fwd.

Jamie L (195)
Friday July 17, 2009, 9:02 am
I'm glad they are trying to give back.

Barb K (1688)
Friday July 17, 2009, 9:05 am
You're welcome my sweet friend!!


Barb K (1688)
Friday July 17, 2009, 9:08 am
Me too Jaime, we need more companies like Dawn to get involved with wildlife!

Rocio C (38)
Friday July 17, 2009, 10:01 am
If every company in the world made something like this, we would be better off! Thanks your so much, Barb. Hugs.

Barb K (1688)
Friday July 17, 2009, 10:32 am
You're welcome Rocio. I hope everyone will go to Dawn's website and make a copy of the coupon.

. (0)
Friday July 17, 2009, 11:27 am
Going to check it out
Hope they ship to Netherlands :)

Joycey B (750)
Friday July 17, 2009, 2:54 pm
This is great. Noted with thanks Barbcat.

Rhonda Maness (580)
Friday July 17, 2009, 3:22 pm
Thank you, Barbcat

Blue B (855)
Friday July 17, 2009, 3:28 pm
Thank you, Barbcat; I've been using DAWN since they told us all this was the ONLY product that could get the oily grit/grime off the rescued wildlife after the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Ala$ka.

Susan M (239)
Friday July 17, 2009, 4:06 pm

Past Member (0)
Friday July 17, 2009, 6:39 pm
Its all I use too for the same reason Blue Bunting..thank you Claudia

Linda H (199)
Friday July 17, 2009, 6:42 pm
I always buy Dawn.This last time the one that says they will donate-$1.00 per bottle.Thanks,Barbcat.

. (0)
Friday July 17, 2009, 9:03 pm
I knew I liked Dawn for a good reason :) that is awesome..Claudia,if they do not ship,I will send you Dawn :) Thanks

Joyce Barone (18)
Friday July 17, 2009, 10:02 pm
Barb, Thanks for the notification. I already use Dawn I love it but did not know about the other products. I will check it all out. Thank you for the information. Hope you are well. Love, Joyce

Cheree M (46)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 1:04 am
Great News .Thanks for sharing

Tom M (814)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 2:38 am
Good idea, thanks Barbcat!

Pam F (221)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 3:27 am
Sorry, Barb, but Dawn is a product from Procter&Gamble - and not even this bribe will induce me to support a company which uses animal testing, especially for cleaning products.

Dee C (23)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 4:01 am
Thanks Barbcat and Claudia..

I have always used Dawn..and years ago..talked most of my family..friends into using it..
I am glad to see them helping like this..
Great idea..great article..

Debbie L (180)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 4:33 am
I do not and will not buy from P&G. However I will say I am glad to see them doing something on a positive note for wildlife.

Simone Duffin (1462)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:26 am
I agree with Pam. Proctor and Gamble are one the worst animal testing abusers companies in the world. As far as I am concerned, this is a ploy to try to self promote theirselves, hiding the fact of their abuse of animals,

Suzanna van der Voort (271)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:27 am
Noted with thanks Pam and Barbcat for the great information and will cross post as wide as possible.

Suzanna van der Voort (271)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:36 am
WOW...I was to quick in thinking that this is good news. Like Pam said: this is a product from Procter&Gamble who is famous about the sadistic torturing of animals in horrible tests and I will NEVER support them in any way. This is a bloody trick to get your money and to silence their conscience. I will cross post against this product!
Helping wildlife on one side and killing animals on the other side...does that want YOU to support this product???
My deepest appologies for such a blindness in my reaction of "happiness"

Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:52 am
Barbcat your heart is in the right place. But Protector & Gamble look after themselves. They torture animals by testing on them, instead of using lab testing. They have had so many petitions against them but they will not listen. Sorry but had to let you know.

Pam F (221)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:57 am
Yes, Barb - bless you - they are very devious, making themselves out to be the good guys "saving " wildlife - while on the other hand destroying countless animals in unnecessary and horrible testing.

Glenda B (158)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 7:00 am
Noted hon..but as others have said Proctor and Gamble are on the top of my Boycott list and have been for ages. Thank you though sweety ..peace

Suzanna van der Voort (271)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 7:03 am
My letter per online form:

Madam, Sir,

You are deceptive to your customers telling them that Dawn is saving wildlife advertising with "When you buy a bottle of Dawn and activate your donation online, one dollar* will be donated towards the International Bird Rescue Research Center and the Marine Mammal Center."

When you are true righteous humans, the so called thinking persons with your heart in the right place, you changed you entire attitude, because WE know, that you are still doing sadistic and very painful, lethal and unnecessary tests on innocent animals for all your products!

Are you feeling guilty about this (I doubt this very much) and do you want to silence your conscience with this "saving wildlife" act?
Saving wildlife on one side, but still killing innocent animals on the other side?

I pity you with all my heart, because this is all about a commercial promotion for your products, because they have all a bloody and bad taste for years even when you donate 1 dollar for wildlife.

Everybody who is using your products is guilty of the murdering of many not-wildlife animals.

I will refuse to use your products until you stop abusing animals in horrible unnecessarily experiments.
I do hope the day will come, that you will join the other companies, who already embrace true respect and kindness to all our animals, not only wildlife.

Thank you for your time


Saturday July 18, 2009, 7:08 am
I agree with Pam. Proctor and Gamble are one the worst animal testing abusers companies in the world. As far as I am concerned, this is a ploy to try to self promote theirselves, hiding the fact of their abuse of animals,

yup they strike again! THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANIMALS!

Past Member (0)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 7:29 am
P&G, are just missing the I in their name, then it would be PIG, which is what they are. Look at us... we are doing one thing to help the environment. They are maddening. No,they do NOT care about animals, just the almighty dollar.

Kathy Chadwell (354)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 11:25 am
boycott Procter & Gamble
Who are Procter & Gamble?
Procter & Gamble (P&G) are the world’s largest consumer products company, with an annual turnover of over $68 billion. Their international headquarters is in the US city of Cincinnati.

Traditionally known for their soaps and detergents, P&G now produce a massive range of products in hair care, cosmetics, perfumes, personal hygiene, laundry care, snack food, paper and feminine hygiene, and even pet food. P&G’s brands include Ariel, Daz, Fairy, Max Factor, Olay, Pantene Pro-V, Herbal Essences, and Head and Shoulders. Click here for the full list.

Why Boycott P&G?
P&G admit that guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, ferrets, rats and mice are among the animals used in their ‘product safety research’, as well as cats and dogs in pet food experiments. Uncaged’s investigations continue to reveal disturbing examples of P&G’s ongoing involvement in painful and lethal animal tests.

Procter & Gamble exist for one reason, and one reason only - to make as much money as possible. P&G test on animals because of their desire to get new chemical ingredients on to the market. This allows them to claim that their new hair dye, skin cream or washing powder etc. is ‘new, improved’, in the hope of increasing sales. But with many companies producing similar consumer products without carrying out animal tests, it shows that P&G’s cruelty is motivated by greed.

Obviously, P&G realise that their behaviour appals most people. Sadly, instead of reforming, P&G invest enormous amounts in PR and spin that aims to give a rosy impression of their testing practices. P&G have even been lobbying governments to try to block bans on animal testing for cosmetics that have public support. Now, Uncaged’s investigations have uncovered P&G’s outrageous plans to carry out massive animal testing programmes for new cosmetics and household product ingredients.

Money is the only language P&G understand. Ultimately, by boycotting P&G, you hold the key to saving the many thousands of animals who suffer and die every year in cruel and unnecessary tests conducted by this company.

What do P&G make?
Help spread the word

Kathy Chadwell (354)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 11:28 am
Thank you Barb, you are the dearest person who I know just adores animals.
P&G has fooled many, I'm sorry they continue to pull people into their lies about caring. GodBless you my friend

Barb K (1688)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 12:06 pm
Well, live and learn. You'd think after being a C2 Member for almost 7 or 8 years that I'd learn by now. I just don't stop and think "does this company test on animals?" but when I'm in a store it's ALL I can think about. Yet, we say we're boycotting this product or that product because they test on animals. So where do we turn?? "Organic" products are too expensive when you get a check once a month and most of it goes to pay for my room I live in.

Had I thought about it, I would've changed my title to "How Dawn Saves Wildlife -- Deal or no Deal?" Most of you would've answered "NO DEAL!!"

Thank you my friends for being so sweet and understanding about my post. I never dreamed I had such understanding and forgiving friends. Next time I'll be clever about what I write. Kudos and God's blessings to you all. Have a great weekend!! XOXO

Elm Morrison (357)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 12:45 pm
Ah Barbcat - your heart is in the right place! Everyone: BOYCOTT P&G. Nothing more to say.

Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 5:11 pm
noted my dear friend

Valerie H (133)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 6:16 pm
EXACTLY what I thought, when I saw these ads the otherday...PROCTOR & GAMBLE....ahhhhhh!!!

It is such a shame, that SO MANY people are being fooled by this despicable company...while these dear little souls certainly do need to be bathed to remove oil from their coats...PLEASE>> N-O-T with a Proctor and Gamble product...YIKES!!!!!

. (0)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 7:43 pm
I stop buying Dawn ages ago. They are doing a MacDonalds on us. MacDonalds sticks its nose into all sorts of charities etc to show what a good and caring company they are. Now P&G are doing the same, next thing you know they will be sticking little toys to their bottles so that the children will pester their mums to buy their products.

People swallow this kind of stuff hook, line and sinker, they get brainwashed way to easily.

. (0)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 8:03 pm
Thanks Suzanne for the website to email them.

Dear Sir or Madam

I stopped using Dawn ages ago when I found out that you do terrible, horrible and cruel unnecessary testing on animals.

Everybody who is using your products is guilty of the torture murdering of many not-wildlife animals.

You can fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of time, no matter how gullible humans can be. But you are not fooling me.

This promotion shows how guilty you must feel by trying to save the wildlife on one hand but torturing other innocent, defenceless animals on the other.

I will refuse to use your products until you stop abusing animals in horrible unnecessarily experiments.

I do hope the day will come, that you will join the other companies, who already embrace true respect and kindness to all our animals, not only wildlife.

You need to do the right thing and stop animal testing.

Thank you for your time,

Amy S (62)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 8:51 pm
I like that they are 'appearing' to try to give's too bad that Poctor and Gamble wont stop experimenting on animals though in order to make some of their other would be nice if they would stop and open up the doors to all of the animals cages and let them out of their laboratories first before trying to 'appear' like they really care. I people don't really know the other HORRIBLE stuff they do then it could be quite convincing that they are good people...personally, they aren't fooling me and they make me sick.

Laura H (964)
Saturday July 18, 2009, 9:06 pm
P&G is evil my friends...I have boycotted them for over 20 fact about a month ago I found a letter from them-dated 1989-telling me why they HAD to conduct animal testing! What a bunch of BS!!! They spew the same crap today!!! Please do not buy ANYTHING from P &G and keep the pressure on them to stop ALL ANIMAL TESTING!!!!

Mandi T (376)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 12:51 am
Glad I read the posts. I use Dawn all the time, will stop buying it immediately! Had no idea, didn't even think about it being animal tested.
I watched them use it to clean the animals from the oil spills?
Thks Sky, & Laura for your posts!And Barbcat God Bless you, I've done it

julie j (109)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 4:03 am
What a clever trick, but i,m not fooled, they cause animals to suffer and i want no part of that, thank you though Barbcat x

Tierney G (381)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 4:31 am
Thank you everyone!! Very informative
Thanks Barbcat!!

Pam F (221)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 5:00 am
Thanks for the contact info, Suzanna - I sent an email, too -

Just wanted to let you know we received your message. We're glad you got in touch! If you have a question or your comments need a reply, we'll get back to you shortly. Stop by again soon to see what's new!

The reference number for your question is '090719-000625'.

Nancy Welch (68)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 6:18 am
Thank you Barbcat for a great story. I have had alot of respect for Dawn since the 1st commercial I saw back during the Exxon Valdez oil spill.

Joycey B (750)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 6:42 am
I wasn't thinking either Barb. I too will send a letter.

Sunday July 19, 2009, 6:55 am
It disgusts me how companies torture and test on animals on one hand and then try to help them on the other hand. If P&G really wants to save animals lives they need to first stop using animals for testing of thier products.
It is great they give to wildlife projects but that does not stop the horror of the animals used to test thier products.

sue M (184)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 7:55 am
This is total BS! It is nothing more than a lie. Do any of you really think these torturers are going to help wildlife?
Not on your life! They are only interested in making money and they don't care how they make it - Period!


Morgan Griffith (225)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 8:26 am
Have a corporate policy to maim and kill animals, but a least they can die clean.

Catherine Turley (192)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 8:54 am
i would like to know what people use that is reasonably priced. barbcat makes a good point that most folks can't afford to buy the pricey stuff. also, i've often wondered if product specific boycott would produce more results than manufacturer boycott. but, if we can't get enough people with a p&g boycott to yield results, why would a product boycott be any different.

. (0)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 10:23 am
p+g is one of the worst of the worst,i buy nothing of what they prodouce,people you half too start reading labels,they are into prodoucing pet food,in which they do animal testing to the utmost extream,these animal's suffer trumendusly,only for a greater profit,its time to turn the table and make these gread fueled companies pay.PLEASE DO NOT BUY ANY THING THAT p+g PRODUCES!

chris b (2474)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 12:58 pm
Proctor and Gamble with animals lives!

Joan for Peace (413)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 1:00 pm
this article has been great for information gathered in the comments. after reading all the comments feel so much more informed. am guilty myself, but like palmolive and now need to go see who makes it. thanks everyone for making me think twice when i shop.

Sally D (91)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 4:29 pm
I find this advertising extremely 'loaded' & 'sinister'. Barbcat, you saw a product that promised to 'help the animals' & you spoke from your heart when you promoted it. You acted with the purest of intentions as you always do. None of us can know everything, we are all fallible. I know in my heart that if you had been aware of the cruel experiments Proctor+Gamble carry out, you would not have even looked at this product. The thing is when you see a product advertising that if you buy it you will be 'donating' money to help wildlife, if you are a person that loves & cares, it is your heart that reacts. You saw a product that was very cleverly marketed to give the impression it was supporting animal welfare & you instinctively wanted to 'buy' it and 'promote' it. Wouldn't we all? It is Proctor+Gamble who think with their 'heads' & not their 'hearts', because they are cold, calculating and devious. Not only did they advertise this as the ONLY product that could get the oily grit/grime off the rescued wildlife after the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska, (another devious ploy to fool us into thinking we were buying the ONLY product that could help clean oil & grit off wildlife), they also added a 2nd misleading ploy by tricking us into thinking: 'If you buy this product you will be donating money to help wildlife'. It is like a very sinister type of 'subliminal' advertising, taking advantage of the good in people. When I first read the label, my instant reaction was 'oh, that sounds good'! It was only when I read in very small print on the bottom of the page the words Proctor & Gamble that alarm bells started ringing.

In my mind, it makes it worse that P+G are selling a product that has been used to help animals by cleaning the oil out of their fur or feathers. Please don't get me wrong, I am all for those animals being saved 100%. It is just so sinister to think that this 'Dawn' product that was used to save animals lives by washing the oil off them, was probably tested on animals using 'cruel' experiments before it reached the supermarket shelves.

I personally think that the fact that P+G are guilty of the most barbaric and inhumane animal experiments, makes it even MORE sinister that this 'Dawn' product was used to 'save' animals. I don't want anybody to think for a minute that I did not want those animals to be saved from that oil spill, I would not dream of that. It is just the PRODUCT that was used to save them that disturbs me. There must be plenty of other washes that would clean the oil from feathers or fur, that have NOT been tested on animals.

As for the pet food issue, don't get me started. This just proves beyond a doubt that P+G have absolutely no conscience whatsoever when it comes to animals. How they can manufacture 'pet food' which is primarily aimed at cats & dogs & sell it with words like: 'Give your beloved pet the food he/she deserves', inferring that they really CARE about our pets, when they have carried out gruesome experiments on CATS & DOGS to produce this pet food, is beyond belief. This is not only sinister, devious & cruel on every 'moral' & 'ethical' level. It also plays very cruel tricks on peoples emotions, which proves beyond any doubt that P+G have no regard for ANIMALS whatsoever. The only matter that is close to their hearts of stone is MONEY AND GREED.

Suzanna van der Voort (271)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 4:47 pm
Sweet Barbcat, these companies will always try to deceive us and this happens with all of us, so hereby I let you know, that you have a heart of gold, will always have and we know that too. We love you very dearly and don't be too hard for yourselves.

Sunday July 19, 2009, 8:43 pm
Dear Bobcat, Thank you for being the way you are. You meant the best. But you have taught alot of other people to beware now from this story. So congratulations. I did something simular once & people ripped into me. So I am glad people have learnt to understand. Take care good lady.

James Platt (45)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 10:18 pm
sally d. is right. this is an ad for the notroious animal torturers, procter and gamble. consider the source everyone!

Cherida Hivale (73)
Sunday July 19, 2009, 11:41 pm
On one hand it is a good step for wildlife but being the cynic that I am, I think it's a shameless media effort to rectify the damage done to their reputation due to their refusal to stop testing on animals. I haven't used P&G products in years and will only do so when they stop testing on animals and adopt humane. non-animal methods of testing their products.

Pam F (221)
Monday July 20, 2009, 3:02 am
Reply from Procter&Gamble -


Thank you for contacting Procter & Gamble regarding Dawn.

We are always happy to hear from our consumers like you and glad to assist you on your concern on animal testing in relation to our products.

P&G products are used in homes three billion times a day around the world. We are committed to improving lives with high quality products while safeguarding the health of our consumers. Sometimes, as a last resort and when required by law, we must conduct research involving animals to ensure materials are safe and effective.

We are passionate about continuing our progress in alternatives to research involving animals.

- We are a leader in alternatives to animal testing, investing over $250 million and helping to develop more than 50 proven alternative methods.

- We collaborate with governments and academia to promote acceptance of alternatives. We actively share our discoveries so that others can benefit from our progress, and our work has appeared in more than 400 scientific publications.

- We approach our research with respect, openness and responsibility by using animals as a last resort, working with animal welfare organizations and ensuring high standards of care.

We take your concern very seriously and would like to share some facts about this important issue. Please visit the following website that shares the P&G policy, practice and approach to animal testing and alternatives

I hope you find this information helpful. Should you have further concerns regarding this matter, please contact us through toll free number 1800 028 280.

Kind regards,

Consumer Relations Representative
Procter & Gamble

Pam F (221)
Monday July 20, 2009, 4:06 am
Catherine and Barb - a search for products not tested on animals will turn up a comprehensive range - but I was pleasantly surprised to find many that are beautiful and very reasonably priced in the supermarket - I do read the labels of everything before I buy!

With such a wide range of products that are NOT tested on animals, the question must be asked - WHY do P&G still do so! I DID ask, and as you see, it was not addressed, so I'll be asking them again.

This site has a full range of P&G products - you'll be amazed! - lots of useful info, and a pledge to boycott.

There is a montage of pictures at the top - just look at the one for Olay - nothing gory, I PROMISE - but for anyone with the slightest spark of decency - it will haunt you.

Lily K (49)
Monday July 20, 2009, 5:20 am
Great Barbcat thanks.

Deborah p (55)
Monday July 20, 2009, 10:03 pm
I wont be buying this product!!

Cherida Hivale (73)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 3:32 am
Oh my God - what are doing to those poor mice in the Olay picture? The rest are horrid too. I have boycotted all brands that test on animals, though I'm sure some slip by -I wish legislations on this subject were tougher and more defined.

Sheila G (267)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 5:29 am
ty Barbcat for caring, you are a dear, but I never buy P&G products, they back vivisection. hate them, love you!

Catherine Turley (192)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 1:07 pm
finally checked out cruelty free sites. same listing of expensive brands as i'd seen in the past. i did however find one blog that reports white rain shampoo, mitchum deodorant, revlon cosmetics, and bar keeper's friend are ok substitutions. did not research if info is reliable. also, if you stock up on method at target when it's on sale and use it sparingly, it may not be all that much more expensive than dawn.

Joanna D (216)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 6:17 pm
Thanks dear friends for keeping an eye on P&G. They have lots of customers and don't care about a few disgusted people sending emails about animal experiments.
And it's not only about P&G - there are many products ''created especially for animals" or to help animals while being tested on them.
Thank you dear Pam!

Joanna D (216)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 6:23 pm
it's really surprising when people comment "I'll never buy P&G" on stories about animal experiments while something else on other

(no, it's not)

Big hugs for those who learnt about animal testing and won't buy the product there are many other ways to help marine animals.

Joanna D (216)
Tuesday July 21, 2009, 6:42 pm
Catherine check the sites:

and however I can agree it takes some time to look for not tested products when you're just starting but I can't agree that cruelty free means more expensive - sometimes the products can cost more but are much better and last longer

Sheila G (267)
Wednesday July 22, 2009, 4:12 am
remember this friends when you look at newer products, so many companies will follow this line of thinking in their efforts to sell to caring people, and it's easy for the beginners to be deceived, these companies have been at it for so long. staying close to each other keeps us ALL strong.

Samantha Ewasiuk (0)
Monday May 9, 2011, 10:56 pm

I have been buying DAWN religiously for years because they claim to be all, "save wildlife." Come to find out, the company that owns DAWN, Procter and Gamble, tests on animals! The jerks (to use a nice word) have been using your money and spending it on cruel and inhumane treatment for laboratory animals. Stop buying DAWN soap, now! Don't be fooled by the adorable baby seals on the bottle.

Here is a page of everything ELSE the company makes. All of these products have been or currently are being tested on animals. Boycott these products! Every purchase you make is a vote. Vote for what is right. Vote against animal testing. Do not buy anything from Procter and Gamble! (Or SC Johnson "the family company" - they also test on animals!)


Samantha Ewasiuk (0)
Monday May 9, 2011, 10:57 pm
I have been buying DAWN religiously for years because they claim to be all, "save wildlife." Come to find out, the company that owns DAWN, Procter and Gamble, tests on animals! The jerks (to use a nice word) have been using your money and spending it on cruel and inhumane treatment for laboratory animals. Stop buying DAWN soap, now! Don't be fooled by the adorable baby seals on the bottle.

Here is a page of everything ELSE the company makes. All of these products have been or currently are being tested on animals. Boycott these products! Every purchase you make is a vote. Vote for what is right. Vote against animal testing. Do not buy anything from Procter and Gamble! (Or SC Johnson "the family company" - they also test on animals!)

Janice G. (2)
Saturday June 22, 2013, 11:11 am
I cannot find the site where you actually log in the number from the Dawn bottle. I have searched so many places. Exactly where do I go to log in the number on the bottle? Thank you.


P.S. Yes, I am totally against any and all animal testing, but I have bought Dawn b/c they use it to clean wildlife from oil spills.

Annette Hipkins (0)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 7:46 pm
About 10 years ago I found a young oil covered pigeon in the factory I worked in. After hearing about Dawn cleaning the oil soaked animals, I put it in a box and took it home and my dad started gently cleaning the bird daily with Dawn. Within a couple months the bird was able to fly and we took it outside and it flew away and hopefully lived a long life.
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