Wet Seal Pledges No Fur This Fall

July 2005

For nearly eight months, peta2 Street Teamers have campaigned against retailer Wet Seal, demanding that the chain stop selling clothing made of fur. On July 20, 2005, PETA received written assurance that Wet Seal will not carry fur this fall season. As a result, PETA has called a moratorium on its Wet Seal Campaign until January 2006, when we’ll meet with the company to discuss a permanent fur-free policy.

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