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Protest at Chinese Embassy against Cat and Dog Fur Trade

category dublin | animal rights | press release author Thursday February 14, 2008 18:54author by Laura Broxson - CAFT Irelandauthor email caftireland at gmail dot comauthor address PO Box 11019, Dublin 2 Report this post to the editors

CLOSE CHINA'S FUR FARMS!

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On Wednesday 13th February, members of Ireland's Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade (CAFT), had a protest at the Chinese Embassy in Ballsbridge.

This was part of a Global Day of Action, organised by the International Anti-Fur Coalition (www.antifurcoalition.org), to highlight the cruelty of the Chinese fur industry - in particular, the cat and dog fur trade.

Campaigners protested for over 2 hours - leaflets were handed out, petitions were filled, and a lot of noise was made!

For more information on how you can help fight the fur trade, contact us: CAFTIRELAND@GMAIL.COM

Related Link: http://www.naracampaigns.org

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author by Joepublication date Wed Feb 20, 2008 12:10Report this post to the editors




It is hard to believe a country a central to deciding world policy is still engaged in such barbaric behaviour. These poor cats and dogs are literally skinned alive before the other cats and dogs, who are next to be slaughtered. It is unspeakable. And people go out and buy the jackets with 'fake fur' collars in total ignorance!

When will our risident 'communists' stop parading out stories about journalists coffee shop being closed in Iran and tell their 'comrades' in China to cut the crap?

Hands Off Mute Animals!

 
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