Do not wear fur coat!

If you want to know how fur is made, click here: PELS


Elsker du din "dyre" pels?

(Her skulle have været et foto af en Pels, men se nu linket nedenfor)

Vil du vide hvordan man laver en luxuspels, så tryk på dette link:
Jeg håber at når du har set videoen, vil skamme dig. Du vidste måske
ikke at din pels var lavet af udenlandske "dyreskind"?


Please join us in stopping the senseless slaughter of animals for fur-trimmed clothing. 


Where does the leather for purses, shoes and belts come from?

Many of us may think that we know the answer but don't know what animal the skin was taken from – or how that animal suffered.

The truth is quite disturbing. Undercover investigators have provided PETA US with horrifying photographs of dogs in Thailand who are being slaughtered so that their skins can be tanned for leather. The photographs show terrified dogs sitting in crowded cages awaiting their own violent death as other dogs are killed in front of them. The skins that are ripped off their bodies will be added to those of other animals at leather auctions or sent to private dealers to be sold by wholesalers throughout Asia who supply the global leather trade. Will they end up as a leather belt or a pair of shoes in a store near you?

Many believe that leather comes from cattle and calves in the UK – that it is a "coproduct" of the hideous and well-documented abuses in the meat industry. But the skins used in some leather products come from animals some would never suspect are slaughtered in order to manufacture a belt, a pair of gloves or a leather trinket. From zebras and kangaroos to snakes and even dogs, the majority of the skins sold to the European Union come from developing countries throughout Asia.

There's no justification for sentencing an animal to even a moment's suffering for a pair of shoes or a wallet. And with your help, we will work to ensure that everyone connected to the bloody skins trade – from the wholesalers who peddle the skins of abused animals to the designers who are still buying and promoting fashion products made from skins – realizes that terrible harm is inflicted on animals for leather goods..

TU Clothing

JC Penney Co., Inc. has become the first chain of department stores in the United States to ban all products made with real animal fur in store locations and on its website. But the good news is not without controversy.

In 2006 JC Penney had a major run-in with the Humane Society of the United States over the mislabeling of some jackets they were selling. An HSUS investigation found that the department store was advertising jackets trimmed with raccoon fur when they were actually using fur from raccoon dogs. These are species of the dog family living in the wild. Furthermore, the research discovered these feral dogs were being captured in China and skinned alive for their fur.

In good faith, JC Penney's removed the jackets from its racks. The chain of
1,000 stores have been virtually fur-free ever since the incident, but finally decided to make it an official policy. Robert Hood, a VP with JC Penney acknowledged their intent in a letter to HSUS last week that said, "The Company is fur-free and has no plans for fur items in the future."

HSUS is thrilled with the news and considers the official policy a victory for its fur-free campaign. Spokesperson Pierre Grzybowski said, "They are the first department store chain in the United States to go fur-free, which is hugely significant. There's been many, many other types of stores that have gone fur-free over the past several years—this is the first of the big traditional department store chains."

JC Penney follows other types of retail industry leaders like which became the first online store to completely ban the sale of fur products last summer.

And the UK had its own victory for compassionate retailers when the Sainsbury supermarket chain joined the movement and agreed to become fur-free in its fashion line called TU Clothing. Worldwide there are more than 130 well-known fur-free companies

Read more: Animal welfare

Kläder av päls eller med detaljer av päls säljs i svenska affärer, t ex mössor, kragar på jackor och foder i jackor. Pälsen kan komma från djur som fötts upp i burar på pälsfarmer, djur som fångats av pälsdjursjägare, nyfödda/ofödda lamm och från asiatiska katter och hundar.

Läsa mere her:


Fredagen den 28 november är det dags för den årliga internationella kampanjdagen mot päls, pälsfria fredagen. Vill du vara en av alla de människor över hela världen som säger ifrån att djur är inte kläder? I menyn till höger hittar du tips på vad du kan göra för att hjälpa pälsdjuren!


Jeg håber at du forstår dette billede?
Det kan jo være fordi dine sko og tasker er lavet af Krokkodilleskind!


Hvordan kan man dræbe disse søde dyr, bare for at kællingen skal ligne dem?

 The killings of the baby seals have started!!!!



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