Investigators in Australia and the U.S. found that shearers killed, beat, kicked, and threw terrified sheep.
October 2014 Following a meeting with PETA, AlexandAlexa, a U.K.-based children’s clothing retailer that sells high-end labels worldwide, agreed to stop selling angora. The company put its new commitment …
Ileana D’Cruz knows that the best way to give our rabbit friends their “happily ever after” is to refuse to buy products made from angora wool.
We couldn’t be happier that so many kind companies are ensuring that angora rabbits stay warm this season, too.
Are your windows looking a little bare, do you need decorations for your party, or do you just loooove to get crafty? Make a super-fun pom-pom garland!
Please inform Creek Bend Ranch’s owners that sheep indeed experience pain—as well as fear and stress—and urge them to end their “mutton busting” school.
Sheep are up in hooves over the way they’re being abused by wool producers. And today, one of them asked J.Crew to drop cruel wool.
PETA’s exposé in the U.S. found that a shearer forcefully bent sheep’s necks and limbs and cut part of a sheep’s ear off. Workers sew up gaping cuts with …
PETA’s investigations in Australia—the world’s top wool exporter—found that shearers beat, kicked, and threw terrified sheep. Help these gentle animals today!
June 2014 After talks with PETA at Quiksilver’s headquarters, the surf and snowboard company confirmed that it won’t sell any more items containing angora wool.
May 2014 After extensive talks and an appearance at Gap Inc.’s annual meeting, PETA convinced the worldwide retailer to ban angora sales for good and to remove the remaining …
Chances are good that the list of top companies that have banned angora wool reads a lot like the list of labels in your closet.
May 2014 After being contacted by PETA, Century 21 made the compassionate decision to ban angora wool.
Global retailer Ann Inc. banned the use of angora in its brands, including Ann Taylor and LOFT, after extensive talks with PETA!
River Island, a high-street fashion brand from London, has banned angora after viewing PETA’s exposé on the cruel practice of angora farming.