Call on the Spanish government: Stop mink fur farms today!

Call on the Spanish government: Stop mink fur farms today!

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Hundreds of thousands of mink were killed prematurely in the Spain and Europe, and recovery was not possible. Hundreds of thousands of mink have become infected with corona due to the narrow, inappropriate keeping of humans. The goal is to stop for farming in Europe and in the world in general. I found out about this today when I heard the news that around 90,000 minks will be killed in Spain in the region of Aragon due to them testing positive for Covid-19 (Sars-Covid-2) .Then i got curious and i felt so bad for them and did a bit of research.Turns out that in June 2020 from 500,000 up to 600,000 minks were killed for testing corona positive in The Netherlands.Netherlands has also recently taken the decision to ban fur farming, which was originally supposed to happen in 2024, and pay compensation to farmers.Now next up is Spain. If Spain also puts a ban on fur farming then it just goes to show that if these countries can do it, so can others.It also turns out that Europe is responsible for 50% of the world for farming production.Mink fur is commonly used for fake eyelashes and sometimes these products claim to be cruelty-free, even though they are not. For is used in many things from jackets to many clothing accessories. The EU is responsible for 63% of mink production and 70% of fox for production worldwide. Denmark is the leading country for mink for farming accounting for 28% of the worlds production.Other major producers include China, Russia, The Netherlands and the US.Finland is the largest United States supplier for fox pelts.Exports to Asia as a share of total exports grew from 22% in 1998 to 47% in 2002. Call on Spain with me not to replenish the vacated farms. Because it is better and healthier for humans and animals, as the past clearly showed. Artificial eyelashes and fur trimmings as fashionable knickknacks can and must be avoided It is almost medieval to tolerate such animal exploitation and stands in clear contradiction to the other wildlife protection laws and requirements of Spain.