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Brits ship fur coats they’re too responsible to put on to Afghanistan and Pakistan

Brits send fur coats they’re too guilty to wear to Afghanistan and Pakistan

The Individuals for the Moral Remedy of Animals (PETA) group has delivered greater than 300 fur coats to Afghanistan and Pakistan. They had been donated by Brits wishing “to clear their wardrobes and their conscience.”

We are able to’t carry again the animals who suffered for these coats, however we will use outdated furs to assist individuals in want,” stated PETA Director Elisa Allen, reiterating the non-profit’s name “to make use of undesirable fur to assist the really needy, not dress individuals for vainness.”

The supply of about 100 fur coats to Afghanistan confronted obstacles after the nation’s takeover by the Taliban, however was cleared because of “a persistent native contact,” PETA stated.

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In partnership with the Life for Reduction and Improvement group, greater than 250 objects, together with coats, blankets, hats, and gloves, had been additionally equipped to Pakistan to “preserve individuals in want heat this winter.

PETA recurrently offers undesirable fur objects to homeless individuals and animals as a part of what it calls its “fur amnesty program,” and it invitations these “who want to clear their wardrobes – and their conscience” to donate their clothes.

The American group is usually a defendant in lawsuits and is understood for its provocative campaigns and statements which might be used to lift its public profile. Prior to now, it in contrast animal struggling with Holocaust and known as meat-eaters “human supremacists.” 

Now, PETA is campaigning for a ban on the usage of Canadian bear fur within the manufacturing of conventional Queen’s Guards’ caps within the UK, declaring that “even the Queen has stopped shopping for” any fur.