Amazon.com: Stop the selling of rabbit meat on Amazon.com
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Amazon.com: Stop the selling of rabbit meat on Amazon.com

    1. Kari Wohlleben
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      Kari Wohlleben

      Whitewater, WI

Rabbits are often kept in deplorable conditions for the entirety of their lives before being slaughtered and sold for food. Amazon.com currently supports those individuals who profit from the torture and mistreatment of rabbits by allowing them to sell entire rabbit carcasses online for consumption. Demand that Amazon.com stops selling/supporting sellers of rabbit meat- bunnies are friends, not food!

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    • Karen Budner PITTSBURGH, PA
      • 2 months ago

      I had a pet bun who was very special and smart. Rabbits are to be either pets or free in the wild, not food. Would you eat your dog or cat?

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    • Gabriella Atzori NOTTINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 2 months ago

      Have you ever seen how bunnies for meat are raised? Crammed in a cage of 2x1m a dozen or more of them? They have no space to move, cannot stretch, never see sunlight or eat green food/grass. Amazon should stop helping this business going.

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    • Sandra Skies Ludwig ASHLEY, PA
      • 2 months ago

      I am a vegetarian and the owner of two beautiful pet rabbits. I do not believe in eating animals. If you MUST eat them, please keep them in safe and humane places before killing them.

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    • Amanda Finch NOBEL, CANADA
      • 2 months ago

      Everyone pls sign! So horrible:(

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    • Debbie Yates BUSCOT WICK FARINGDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 2 months ago

      This wouldnt be acceptable with other companion animals so it shouldn't be acceptable with rabbits.

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