Demande à la firme Burberry de ne plus vendre des vêtements, accessoires en fourrure.
Envoyer à: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet: The policy of Burberry
Dear Madam, Dear Sir,
Please, stop the sale of ALL fur, including rabbit fur, and adopt a fur free
policy in all its outlets.
Why? You seem to believe that you can't do business without fur, this symbol
of ridiculous vanity, based on sheer animal abuse and misery?
There is nothing fashionable or elegant about how animals are killed in the
fur industry. Animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to
cramped, filthy wire cages.
I am disappointed that Burberry is promoting such outdated cruelty to
animals when luxurious cruelty-free materials are readily available.
We know as well as you that rabbit fur is NOT a waste product of the meat
industry – please do not repeat that untruth!
But as you seem not fully aware of the rabbit drama, I’m joining a video for
Whether it comes from minks, foxes, raccoons, chinchillas, beavers, rabbits,
or lynx, fur looks best on its original owners.
Please, look at other big department stores in Europe. They took the right
decision and stopped the sale of real animal fur, and they are just doing
It's a pity that up till now, you didn't follow their example.
Note that I never will buy at your store until you stop selling fur. I will
tell all my contacts to do the same.
I sincerely hope that you will rethink the matter seriously. I really hope
that you will very soon show some compassion towards animals.
‘Killing a animal to make a coat is sin. It wasn’t meant to be, and we have
no right to do it. A women gains status when she refuses to see anything
killed put on heir back. She’s truly beautiful’ – Doris Day