Demandez à Zac Posen de ne plus vendre des vêtements et des accessoires en vraie fourrure et de suivre l'exemple de Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren et d'autres dans leur politique de fausse fourrure.
Envoyer à: firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet: Your policy of promoting real fur
Susan Posen, CEO
13-17 Laight St.
New York, NY 10013
I urge to discontinue the sale of all fur and fur-trimmed items and to
institute a permanent fur-free policy.
Please join other top designers and retailers-including Calvin Klein, Tommy
Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ann Taylor, and others-who have already adopted
permanent fur-free policies.
Animals trapped in the wild for their fur often suffer for days in steel-jaw
traps. Many die of exposure, frostbite, shock, blood loss, or infection or
are attacked and killed by predators. Mothers desperate to return to their
young will often chew off a limb in an effort to free themselves. Trappers
eventually return and strangle, stomp, or bludgeon any survivors to death.
Animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy
wire cages, where they are exposed to all weather conditions. They often go
without clean water or veterinary care, and they are denied the opportunity
to engage in natural behaviors like climbing, burrowing, and swimming. The
intensive confinement causes many animals on fur farms to go insane. Fur
farmers use the cheapest killing methods available, including neck-breaking,
suffocation, poisoning, and electrocution. Many animals are electrocuted by
having rods inserted into their rectums and 240 volts of electricity sent
through their bodies. The animals convulse, shake, and often cry out before
suffering painful heart attacks. Crude killing methods aren't always
effective, and sometimes animals "wake up" while they are being skinned.
I read you know about these sufferings that goe into every fur-trimmed
coat, hat, and bag, and yet the company continues to use and promote real
So I will not buy any Zac Posen designs until the company makes the
compassionate decision to go fur-free.