Did you know?

An estimated 2,000,000 dogs and cats are slaughtered and sold annually as part of the international fur trade. Fur products do not have to be labelled by species.

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Most dog and cat fur comes from countries in the Far East.

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Stabbed in the groin and left to bleed, anally electrocuted, hung by the neck often having water pouring down their throats till they drown or lose consciousness. Often on purpose kept alive during the skinning process, as it is believed that it is easier to skin the animal while it is still warm and blood flows through its veins. They die in agony for someone's vanity and profit, their hearts beating for up to 10 minutes after their fur is ripped off their body.

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Dog and cat fur is never clearly labelled and therefore still used in a variety of products sold in EU including:

Often ordered online and mislabelled, identification can be made difficult once the fur is dyed and/or trimmed as it is indistinguishable from other furs such as mink, rabbit or fox. When sold on eBay, dog fur exported from the Far East may be labelled or referred to as 'fox', 'asiatic raccoon dog', 'gae-wolf', 'sobaki', 'loup d'asie' and 'dogues de Chine'. Cat fur is also known as 'Wild cat', 'Katzenfelle', 'Goyangi' and 'Mountain cat'. Some items are simply labelled as 'real' or 'genuine' 'exotic' or 'fake' fur. In March 2013 real racoon dog fur was found in 'faux fur' Marc Jacobs fur. Because people like you learn of the horrors of fur industry, we are being lied to.

NOW THAT YOU KNOW ALL THIS, STOP BUYING FUR.

FUR HURTS.