The truth of bird fur jumpers
Did you know clothes and beds that you unconsciously bought could be a support for animal abuse? The process to make a jumper made of goose down or duck down is as disgusting and terrible as the process of making a fur coat.
Laborers savagely remove thick fur from bird’s chest. During this process, their flesh can be removed together with fur. Nonetheless, there is no other method to cure the bird except stitching the damaged area by sewing. Birds are covered with blood and some die from this trauma. They are suffering from feeling the pain alive every 6 weeks until they die.
To make one jumper, at least 20 birds are used.
However, we can save them from the dreadful pain by rejecting buying clothes and beds made of animal’s fur. By rejecting these products, we can accelerate the companies, which are associated with animal abuse, to make alternative goods. And there are ethical products which are already in circulation at the market that we can wear to endure the winter.
Did you also know dogs and cats are sacrificed for fur? Help CARE to reduce the demand for fur in Korea and to stop the expansion of the fur industry to China.