Down feathers

Many believe down feathers are a harmless by-product of the duck and goose meat industry but there is nothing harmless about them.

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When our prehistoric ancestors dressed in animal skins and fur, it was a necessity for survival, but today, with so many alternative cruelty-free clothing items, it is utterly and inexcusably cruel.

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Many mistake leather as just a byproduct of the meat and dairy industry but it is a cruel and exploitative multi-billion pound industry.

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Silk is an extremely thin, strong, thread-like fibre produced by certain insects and spiders in order to build cocoons and webs. In commercial use, silk is almost entirely derived from the cocoons of domesticated silkworms.

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Far from being a harmless by-product, wool is inextricably linked with the cruel sheep meat industry.

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