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Fast Fashion Retailers ban Angora In Response To Animal Cruelty

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Several major fashion retailers such as Zara, Topshop, ASOS, and H&M have banned Angora from their stores after video surfaced of Chinese workers tearing hair off of live rabbits instead of clipping them.In the video the rabbits are shown screaming!
Ninety percent of the angora fur comes from China where there are no penalties for abuse of animals on farms and no standards to regulate treatment of these snimals. Even if your sweater tags say it was made in another country , chances are the fabric originated in China.
ASOS is removing all ASOS branded and third party branded products containing angora from China and will place no more orders for it. H&M is temporarily suspending the sale of angora as it investigates its supply chain to guarantee that all the angora fur used in its products comes from farms using ethical practices.
As you finish up your holiday shopping be on the lookout for these products in other stores as well .

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