Pregnant Alpacas Mutilated and Slammed Onto Tables
Real fur often labeled as acrylic
(source) Fur is often sold as fake fur. The manufacturer puts a label in it with 100% Acrylique (Acryl), changes "Origin China" into "Origin P.R.C." (People's Republic of China, who knows?) And consumers buy fur without knowing it. These hats were bought in Germany. The "fake fur" has been tested and turns out to be a real raccoon dog. Also in the Netherlands you see this type of hats and deliberately giving incorrect information in labels happens more often than you think. So don't buy fur, but don't buy "fake fur" either, because the only one being tricked is you. You can very easily buy real fur without knowing it.
2020 These Beauty Brands Are Still Tested on Animals
You may have assumed that most major cosmetics companies were on board with alternatives to cruelty to animals, but there are some that still pay to poison and kill. It isn't always easy to know which brands don't test on animals. For instance, L'Oréal, which doesn't test on animals in the United States, pays for deadly testing in China, where archaic and painful experiments on animals are required for cosmetics, read more, source
...."These false stories can result in blinkered policy decisions that ignore the real motivations driving both consumption and poaching. In particular, consumer demand in the United States and Europe is a significant driver of wildlife trade. And wildlife products appeal to Western consumers for many of the same reasons that drive demand in other parts of the world... " read more, from the African Elephant Journal
SKINNED ANIMALS STILL BEING ALIVE
July 2020 - AERIAL FOOTAGE OF ASIAN FUR FARM RESEMBLES 'SCENE FROM HELL' "There was a mountain of dead bodies, there must have been tens of thousands of animals discarded like rubbish, like their lives meant nothing." SOME SKINNED ANIMALS STILL BEING ALIVE.
Investigation Exposes Torturous Journeys
for Cows Killed for Leather
2020 -'Cows, sheep, and other animals suffer through weeks of grueling transport to locations halfway around the world before finally being killed for leather. And the stress of transport-often compounded by lengthy delays at border checkpoints-results in not only intense suffering but also a heightened risk of spreading diseases that can be passed on to humans.
In many countries, they're even killed without stunning. They're simply pushed to the ground, sometimes tied up, and their throat is slit with a knife. Because of poorly trained workers or the use of dull knives, it can take several minutes of pure agony before they finally die. Footage shows that workers slit the throats of cows and sheep in full view of other animals and then throw them onto a pile to let them bleed out while they writhe and kick.
View the footage and learn how you can help stop this kind of cruelty - PETA'