Anti fur demonstratios at Paul SmithTagged as: animal animal-liberation anti fur paul rights smith
Neighbourhoods: centre city nottingham
Anti fur demonstrations have been taking place regularly outside Paul Smiths recently since they have launched a new line of real fur clothing.
Campaigners from the local anti fur group "Campaign for a fur free Nottingham" have been protesting against the shops descision to stock real fur in their UK stores again despite the fact that fur farming was banned over a decade ago in the UK due to the extreme cruelty involved in the production of fur for clothing.
The protests have had a positive response from the general public most seem shocked at the stores descision to sell these products.
Protesters vow to up their campaign until Paul Smith adopt a fur free policy with various protests and stunts planned in the near future at the Nottingham store.
More than 45 million animals are raised in cages and killed for their fur. Not only are the animals killed inhumanely, but they suffer from numerous physical and behavioral abnormalities induced by the stress of caging conditions. After spending their short lives in squalid conditions, animals raised on fur farms are killed by cruel methods to prevent damage to the pelt, such as gassing, neck breaking, anal electricution animals are even skinned alive for their fur.
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