End fur farming in France
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Images have recently emerged of the cruel industry of fur in southwestern France. They depict hundreds of rabbits being kept in tiny cages with many suffering sores, injuries and birth defects. The rabbits are born in tiny cages, and never see the light of day before they are slaughtered. Their heads are then put into a machine, before they are hung by their paws and their throats are slit so they bleed out on a conveyor belt. They are thought to be fully conscious whilst this happens, as they are seen to be kicking and thrashing in distress.
This industry is supported by brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi and Dior who are a part of the LVMH Multinational conglomerate company who use rabbit fur for their garments. I want to petition to stop the cruel treatment of animals in slaughterhouses in France, and the use of fur for fashion.
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