Cruelty-Free Clothing Initiative

Fur-lined boots are costly, impractical, and inhumane. Learn how to effectively stay warm while preserving the Raccoon Dog, an animal that survived the Ice Age only to be barbarically mistreated by being skinned alive at the hands of humans.

Read Main Article: Ugg boots Are Ineffective Fashion

Petitions For A Call To Action:
The power to cease animal barbarism rests squarely with consumers. When people purchase fur items they keep this practice profitable.

Stop Animal Cruelty on Chinese Fur Farms

Boycott Harrods Until Fur Free

Boycott Ashely Products Until Fur Free

Ban China Fur Farms

Tell Australia That Raccoon Dog Fur Is Not “Faux”

Stop Inhumanly Skinning Raccoon Dogs

Stop Permitting Animal Cruelty In China

End China’s Animal Cruelty Empire

Demand Enforceable Truth In Labeling Laws

Fight Fur Farm Practices

Stop Skinning Animals

Tell China To Enact Animal Welfare Laws

Tell Australia’s Mister Of Home Affairs To Ban Raccoon Dog Fur

Boycott Nordstrom Until Fur Free

Boycott Beyond Retro Stores Until Fur Free

Tell Prime Minister Of Canada To Disallow Fur Imports

Tell The European Parliament To Ban Fur Imports

Boycott Italian Designers Until Fur Free

Boycott Australian Designers Until Fur Free

Tell Denmark To Effectively Regulate Fur Industry

Tell US Senate To Ban Imports And Effectively Regulate Fur Industry

Boycott Strawberry Clothing Until Fur Free

Tell China To Effectively Regulate Or Ban Fur Trade

Tell European Fur Breeders That Fur Is Not Eco-friendly

Tell International Fur Federation To Stop Skinning Living Animals

Boycott Neiman Marcus Until Fur Free

Tell Pageants To Stop Supporting Fur Prizes

Tell China That Business Practices Must Act With A Conscience

Boycott Ebay Until Fur Free

Tell Oklahoma To Better Regulate Fur Industry Or Ban The Practice

Tell US President To Reject Fur Trading With China

Tell China That Consumers Will Boycott Their Products Until Effective Animal Welfare Regulations And Laws Are Enacted

Preserve Animal Rights

Tell Sarah Palin To Stop Supporting Fur Farms

Yo! Lo! Be A Part Of The Solution And Not A Part Of The Problem. Tell Jennifer Lopez To Get A Grip!
This self proclaimed animal lover wears and sells furs from a wide array of animals to include endangered species.

Clothing Shopping Suggestions
In researching clothing industry practices these shopping values were found. The author of the article in no way profits from suggesting them.

Antarctica 3 in 1 Jacket
HT Hughes, in Stockport, England, offers an outstanding Antarctica 3 in 1 jacket at a reasonable price.

Affordable Heated Gloves
For those interested in exploring heated gloves as an option here is a link to a reasonably priced resource.

Video Footage For Your Edification:

          
For those who question the importance of treating animals humanely watch this video to better understand the concern over the process. Humankind without the ability to exercise humanity is tantamount to the greatest destructive force known to the planet and its inhabitants. The young or faint of heart should not watch this extremely graphic video.

It should be noted that the author of the main article could not finish watching this six and a half minute video.

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#RaccoonDogs #Fur #AnimalCruelty #UggBoots

2 responses to “Cruelty-Free Clothing Initiative

  1. Ugg isn’t the only offender… have been trying to buy a ski jacket from a company that doesn’t use Racoon dog trimmed fur on some of their jackets. Turned out to be harder than I thought. Wish someone would put some heat on the major ski clothing manufacturers like Bogner, Descente, Spyder (who clothes the US Olympic team) and more….. North Face thankfully uses fake fur.

  2. I am sick of disgusting barbaric uncivilised Asia and their disgrceful abuse of animals.Shame on them

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