Cruelty can be found in every stitch of Canada Goose clothing.
Despite worldwide outrage over the killing of wild coyotes trapped for the company’s fur-trimmed jackets, Australian retailers are still selling these vile products.
Coyotes caught in steel traps can suffer for days and face blood loss, shock, dehydration, frostbite, infection, gangrene, and attacks by predators. Mothers desperate to get back to their starving pups have been known to try to chew through their own limbs in an attempt to escape.
Animals who haven’t already died when the trapper returns are often strangled, stamped on, or bludgeoned to death.
Ducks and geese suffer for Canada Goose jackets as well. Those used for the company’s down fillers are violently killed for both their feathers and meat, and some birds’ throats are slit while they’re still conscious and able to feel pain.
Celebrities such as Justin Long and Maggie Q have spoken out against this cruelty, and PETA US recently purchased shares in Canada Goose in order to take the struggle to protect animals all the way to the boardroom.
There’s nothing warm and cosy about the cruelty that Canada Goose stitches into every one of its jackets.
You can post to Facebook using the hashtags #FurIsDead and #CanadaGooseCruelty.
With so many cruelty-free options available today that are durable, innovative, and warm, there’s no need to use real fur or down.
Article source: PETA Action Alerts