Category: Down Feathers
PETA sent UGG a cease-and-desist letter over misleading claims the retailer has made about the treatment of animals used for wool and down.
Will H&M finally ditch down after PETA’s latest “bloody” stunt? Keep reading to see what we sent the company’s CEO.
PETA is celebrating Wyndham’s compassionate choice and urges other hotel chains to follow its example by choosing only down-free bedding.
Love shopping at Target but wish it would stop selling down products? Learn how a Target shareholder ruffled feathers at the company’s annual meeting.
You won’t look at a pair of gloves the same way again after you take this quiz. Can you get more than three questions correct?
Workers Hack at Terrified Birds for ‘Responsible’ Down—PETA Calls Out Gap Inc. for Bogus ‘Ethical Sourcing’ Claims
Gap Inc. claims to sell “responsible” down, but investigations by PETA entities reveal that there’s no such thing. Here’s what we said to the company at a shareholder meeting.
Learn more about why PETA is praising ascena—owner of Ann Taylor and other popular brands—for its animal-friendly policy.
What’s going on behind H&M’s down-filled clothing? PETA U.K. and other protesters are making sure customers know what a rip-off these items are.
Harry Potter actor and vegan Jessie Cave and a group of singing “animals” put on a show you’re not likely to forget.
In a bid to pressure H&M to stop selling cruelly obtained down, PETA’s asking the company for the bare minimum: transparency.
RH refuses to guarantee to its shareholders (including PETA) and customers that the down feathers in its products aren’t yanked out of sensitive birds.
Cruelty is never in fashion! SMCP Group told PETA France it will stop using birds for their down and feathers by the fall–winter 2023 season.
After PETA Asia exposed cruelty behind “responsible down,” companies have scrambled to do damage control.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind