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Subject: Karakul lamb skins for Fur
Dear Sir, dear Madam:
The fur of the Karakul sheep is becoming increasingly popular.
There are two types of fur, for the first type the lambkin is slaughtered and skinned one to two days after birth because it still has its curls that begin to smoothen out after 3 days.
The second type is even more cruel, 15 - 30 days before the due date the throat of the ewe is slit without anaethesia and exsanguinated then the fetus ripped out of the dying animal´s womb, killed and skinned.
They are born to die. All for the name of Fashion.
This is NOT fashion at all. This is Murder and we don’t there is nothing fashionable about murder..
About 4 million of these skins are produced annually.
The fur industry tries to justify karakul lamb fur as a byproduct but the mother sheep and her baby’s skinned carcass are usually regarded as waste.
The fur industry tries to justify karakul lamb fur as a byproduct but the mother sheep and her baby’s skinned carcass are usually regarded as waste. - See more at: http://www.bwcsa.co.za/issues/animals-in-fashion/fur#sthash.D2nJmhy3.dpuf
Karakul Coats: A Look at the Sacrificial Lambs
No matter how you market it, fur is synonymous with violence and death!
I, therefore, appeal to you to renounce to manufacture the fur of the Karakul sheep and offer cruelty-free couture at all your locations.
Don´t be so heartless, let those animals live free!