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Urge BCBG Max Azria to Ditch Angora and Fur

Fashion company BCBG Max Azria refuses to stop selling angora and fur despite knowing that many animals used in these vile industries are stripped of their fur and skins while they are still fully conscious. Shocking undercover footage of China's angora wool industry—the source of about 90 percent of the world's angora—shows workers tying rabbits down and violently ripping their fur out by the fistful. BCBG also sells fur from Asiatic raccoons (also known as raccoon dogs)—animals who are often slammed to the ground and beaten on fur farms. Video footage shows one skinned animal who is still alive and who musters the strength to lift her bloody face up to look at the camera. These animals, along with foxes and other fur-bearing animals, suffer and die so that BCBG can turn their fur into vests, collars, and scarves.

Please take a few moments to urge BCBG to join Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Inditex, Ann Inc., H&M, and dozens of other companies that have all banned fur and angora.

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