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Hills star and animal advocate Stephanie Pratt has bared her bunnies for PETA's new iPhone application.

The actress has posed nude – holding a rabbit – for the Be Nice To Bunnies application to help save rabbits, rats, mice, guinea pigs and other small animals from being used in lab tests for products such as makeup and household cleaners.

The application allows consumers to check if the products they are buying have been tested on animals.

“I really wanted to be the face of PETA’s Be Nice To Bunnies iPhone application, because I think it’s really important for people to be informed consumers,” she said. "Animal testing is not a required law. Guinea pigs, rats and bunnies – all those animals – knowing that they’re blinded and burned for such a useless experiment that’s not needed.

“Even if you don’t have an iPhone and you can’t have the Be Nice To Bunnies application, all you have to do is turn over the product, and it will say whether or not they test on animals.”

To celebrate the launch of the iPhone application, PETA is giving away four prize packs from Stephanie’s favorite cruelty-free brands, including Gabriel Cosmetics Inc., E.L.F. Cosmetics, Smashbox Cosmetics, and Urban Decay Cosmetics. Click here to enter the draw and get the Be Nice To Bunnies iPhone application. You can also watch a video of Stephanie talking about animal testing here.

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