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Petition to Ban Fur Imports

to Minister Greg Hands (Department of International Trade), Minister George Eustice (Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) and Andrew Griffiths MP (Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy)

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Did you know that?

We managed to save a fox from a fur farm. He was about to be killed and skinned.

Now he lives happily in a sanctuary and is an ambassador of this cruel industry. Listen to his story presented in the video.

This is how animals live on fur farms

Deprived of basic needs

Animals raised for fur are sentient animals. They want to live freely, play and explore their surroundings. In this, they are no different than our dogs or cats.

Cramped in cages

They are wild animals that need to roam the big spaces in the wilderness. On fur farms, they are confined in small cages with other animals.

Malnourished and sick

Their only fault is to have beautiful fur and that's the only thing the industry cares for.

They are not treated when they are sick and they suffer their whole lives.

Brutally killed

They are killed when they are still pups, just when they are big enough to have enough fur on them.

Their death is brutal, they are suffocated in gas chambers or electrocuted.

Now is the time that Britain must lead the way in animal protection by banning all imports of fur into the UK.

Let’s make fur history. Together we can make a difference. Sign the petition now.

Petition to ban fur imports

To: Minister Greg Hands (Department of International Trade), Minister George Eustice (Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) and Andrew Griffiths MP (Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy)

British people ended the inhumane practice of farming animals for fur in 2003. This was the year when the last fur farm had to close. In the reasoning the government stated that "Fur farming is not consistent with a proper value and respect for animal life and it is right and proper for the government to have introduced this ban".

This happened over 15 years ago, yet our country is still importing £23 million worth of this cruel product each year.This has to stop now. Fur farming is a cruel industry that tortures animals for questionable fashion choices. It has no place in XXI century in the civilized world.

There is already ban on the trade of cats, dogs and seals fur. Now is the time that Britain must lead the way in animal protection by banning all imports of fur into the UK.

I, undersigned, demand from the UK Government and Parliament to introduce a ban on imports of all fur products.

Thank you for your voice for animals!

Your support is the only reason we can save animals and fight with cruelty.

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