Animal lovers often choose to buy faux fur because
they believe it's a form of cruelty-free fashion. But lots of "faux" fur
contains real fur -- from dogs, cats, rabbits, and raccoon dogs.
buy faux-fur clothing in the hopes of getting the warmth, comfort and
the fashionable looks of fur without the cruelty. But, unfortunately, an
investigation of NYC's Century 21 retail store revealed real fur items
labeled as "faux fur". Not just that, but Items sold in Century 21's
online store were also mislabeled. You know what that means? You end up
buying the cruelty, that you wanted to stay away from.
Most of the fur comes from the most hated
country....China, and is from raccoon dogs. Rabbit, dog and cat fur
have also been found in "faux fur" or items that have been so
conveniently not even labeled. The manufacturers who use this fur, know
that Americans are less likely to buy fur that comes from animals, so
they just simply lie about it, and mislabel it!
Shocking undercover videos have exposed and
demonstrated how animals are abused in the fur trade. It is totally
unacceptable to mislabel fur items so that we compassionate consumers
end up continuing to support these cruel practices. Please copy and
paste this url to sign the petition to urge the U.S. legislators to fix
the fur mislabeling!
came here for the 100% cotton printed scrub tops, and of course they
are all faux skins, but being advocates for animals' rights, this this
the perfect place and time to advocate for those rights. Just remember,
when you are buying garments that look like fur, or that even look like
fake fur, check your sources and make sure the cruel china critter
skinners are not getting rich off of you.