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MessageSujet: angora   Mar 7 Jan - 6:45

[color=#333333]december 27th 2013

How could anyone do this to a rabbit? PETA DonorE@peta.org Donate now. Save animals Make a gift today! Please help us close cruel angora farms that leave terrified rabbits screaming in pain. Make a gift now Time is running out to make a generous year-end gift to PETA before December 31. Make a special gift of just $5 right now, and strengthen our work for rabbits and other animals in 2014! Donate Now Dear Jenny, PETA Asia's shocking new undercover investigation of angora farms in China—the world's largest producer of angora fur—reveals how rabbits have their fur ripped from their skin fistful by fistful as they scream in pain. To cry out this way, these gentle, quiet animals have to be in agony. The footage is so horrifying that many big fashion giants have already announced that they are banning angora products. That's a huge victory—and it speaks volumes about the cruelty we've exposed. Now we're going after others in the fashion industry, until angora is never used again. Yes, it's ambitious. But look at what we've already accomplished in just five short weeks, Jenny. Help PETA stop the abuse and exploitation of rabbits and other animals in the new year. There are only five days left to make a year-end gift. Give just $5 right now and do more for animals in 2014! The video footage reveals routine cruelty to rabbits, whose long, soft fur is in high demand to be used in sweaters, socks, and accessories. The investigator filmed workers violently ripping the fur from the animals' sensitive skin. After this ordeal, which the rabbits endure every two to three months, many of them appeared to go into shock, lying motionless inside their tiny, filthy cages, with no solid flooring or bedding and without the vital companionship of other rabbits. Rabbits who have their fur cut or sheared also suffer. During this procedure, their front legs are tied to one end of a board and their back legs to the other end so that they can be stretched out and immobilized, which is terrifying to a prey animal. Some are even suspended in the air, causing them to pant heavily and struggle to escape. If they don't die from the trauma of plucking or shearing, rabbits on these farms are generally killed after two to five years. They are hung upside down and have their throats slit. Their flesh is then sold to local markets. We need your help to strengthen our critical work to save rabbits who are suffering on Chinese angora farms—as well as our work for all animals in need—in the new year. Every dollar counts—please make your generous donation of just $5 by December 31! Ninety percent of the world's angora comes from China, where there are no penalties for the abuse of animals on farms and no standards to regulate their treatment. If you buy a sweater, hat, or other product that contains angora, the angora fur most likely originated in China, even if the finished product was assembled elsewhere. PETA and our international affiliates are leading the global effort against the animal-skins trade, but we need your help to do even more for animals, including rabbits who face torture and slaughter in China. Ending this abuse requires a sustained and monumental effort, but we will not stop until the shocking cruelty such as that exposed in PETA Asia's undercover investigation ends. Together, we can prevent countless animals from being abused and killed for the global skins trade. Please stand with us right now and help make 2014 a banner year for all animals. Kind regards, Ingrid E. Newkirk President P.S. Rabbits are sensitive, smart, social animals with individual personalities, and they form lifelong bonds with one another. As you can imagine, they endure intense pain and terror when they're imprisoned in tiny cages and have the fur ripped from their bodies. There are only five days left to make a gift before the deadline—please make a difference for rabbits and other abused animals by making a donation right now.


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MessageSujet: Re: angora   Mar 7 Jan - 6:46

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Tell Ralph Lauren to Stop Using Angora Fur From Tortured Rabbits

Over 90% of the world gets its angora fur from rabbits farmed in China, where there are no standards to regulate the treatment of animals, and no penalties for animal abuse on rabbit farms; PETA investigated 9 angora fur farms, and released bone-chilling footage of workers violently ripping rabbit fur from the animals bodies as they scream in pain- (video below).
The Truth Behind Angora Rabbit Fur www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtAFHyXS31M Rabbits endure this horrific, violent yanking of their fur every in which they scream in pain and to go into extreme shock. They are then thrown back inside their filthy, tiny wire cages with no solid flooring that hurt their delicate feet; they have no bedding, or the vital companionship of other rabbits where they lie motionless in shock. This is repeated every 3 months, for 2 to 5 years, until are hung upside down and have their throats slit, and are skinned- all to fuel the growing angora industry. When European companies including H&M heard that angora rabbits were being abused, they stopped selling their angora products and announced that they would be investigating their supply chain. It's time for Ralph Lauren to do the same. Tell Ralph Lauren to stop supporting this animal abuse cruelty and naming it "fashion". His successful company can do quite well without torturing small animals.

Why Are These Rabbits Screaming? Because their fur is being ripped out while they're conscious and struggling. Why? To be used in angora sweaters and accessories. Undercover footage found workers who were violently ripping the fur from the rabbits' sensitive skin as they screamed at the top of their lungs in pain. After this terrifying and barbaric ordeal, which the rabbits endure every three months, many of them appeared to go into severe shock. After two to five years, those who have survived are hung upside down, their throats are slit, and their carcasses are sold. Rabbits who have their fur cut or sheared also suffer: During the cutting process, their front and back legs are tightly tethered―a terrifying experience for any prey animal―and the sharp cutting tools inevitably wound them as they struggle desperately to escape. Ninety percent of angora fur comes from China, where there are no penalties for the abuse of animals on farms and no standards to regulate the treatment of the animals. When you buy a sweater, hat, or other product that contains angora, the angora fur most likely originated in China, even if the finished product was assembled elsewhere. How You Can Help Rabbits Check the label of every sweater, pair of gloves, winter hat, and accessory that you purchase, and if it says "angora" – put it back on the shelf! Pledge below never to wear angora fur. Pledge Never to Buy Angora Fur After learning about the cruel angora fur industry, I want to help rabbits. By signing my name, I pledge to buy only cruelty-free clothing and avoid angora;


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MessageSujet: Re: angora   Mar 7 Jan - 6:47

http://www.change.org/es/peticiones/h-m-stoppt-den-verkauf-von-angora?share_id=WqMDDgdbDd&utm_campaign=friend_inviter_chat&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=permissions_dialog_true

http://action.sumofus.org/a/topshop-angora-rabbit/

H&M have taken responsibility for this barbaric practice, Zara should too. Huge clothing retailer, H&M, ceased production of all its angora products last week, in response to horrific video footage released by PETA that shows rabbits screaming in pain as their fur is torn off at angora farms in China. Sadly, Zara is refusing to do the same -- at the time of writing, there are still 60 angora items for sale on the Zara website. Workers in China were secretly filmed by PETA, plucking angora rabbits of all their long, soft fur while they scream. Plucking a rabbit without causing harm takes up to two weeks of gently removing the loosened hair, but here it takes only a few, violent minutes. After this tortuous experience, which the rabbits endure every three months, many of them appeared to go into shock, lying motionless inside their tiny, filthy cages. Tell Zara to stop production of its angora products immediately, and save the bunnies! Ninety percent of angora fur comes from China, where there are no penalties for abuse of animals on farms and no standards to regulate the treatment of the animals. The reason for this cruelty comes down to profit, pure and simple. Angora has a trade value of £22 to £28 per kilogram, but the longer hair that comes from plucking, as opposed to shearing, can sell for more than double that. The big retailers have a responsibility to tell their suppliers that they won’t accept this brutal treatment of angora rabbits. H&M have acted, saying in a statement that it will step up inspections of its sub-suppliers before selling angora again. In the meantime, customers can take back their H&M angora products for a full refund. If H&M can act, Zara can too. But right now, its stores are full of angora sweaters, gloves, hats, and scarfs. Zara thinks we don’t care where our clothes from, or how they are made. We need to prove it wrong. Tell Zara we don’t want to see angora on its shelves. Cease production of angora products! We’ve had major success pressuring clothing retailers before, taking action after the Tazreen and Rana Plaza garment factory collapses in Bangladesh. After months of pressure from SumOfUs members, both Australian brand Woolworths and UK chain River Island signed onto the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh -- a huge win for Bangladeshi garment workers. Let’s do it again.


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