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Spain’s News of the Week: Take Two

Written by PETA | July 30, 2010

As if Wednesday’s historic vote by the Catalan parliament in Spain to ban bullfighting wasn’t enough to make you scream “Olé,” we’ve just heard that oh-so-iconic Spanish design house Adolfo Dominguez S.A. has not only signed on to shun fur, it has also agreed not to purchase or sell exotic skins, clothing made from down plucked from live birds, or wool from Australian sheep who have endured the painful mulesing mutilation—meaning that they’ve have chunks of flesh cut off their backsides.

Adolfo Dominguez’s aggressive animal welfare policy places the company waaaaaaaaaaaay ahead of the ethical fashion curve. For our friends in Spain, this news might warrant a spending spree. For everyone else, why not treat yourself to some fashion-forward outfits from other helpful retailers such as Gap Inc., Timberland, H&M, Liz Claiborne, HUGO BOSS, and Perry Ellis International, who have all taken action by banning fur, exotic skins, and/or wool from mulesed sheep.

Written by Jennifer O’Connor

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  • ratking says:

    Viva Espana! Ol!

  • maureen says:

    Now if we can get them to see how horrible Bull fighting is!!!! One victory at a time Thank you Spain for showing a sense of HUMANITY. Now if we could get everyone on board it would save a lot of animals. I think it is just great to see countries on the same page. It is about time Thanks Spain