Today's cube of truth just happened to be outside a market stall selling Fur.
After approaching and explaining how cruel this industry is and how shameful it is, not only to be selling the fur of animals but there was no sign to say what it is, so people are buying unknowingly. They were even mixed in with acrylic pom hats alike, which can be a good thing because it enables some people to work it out for themselves that it's real, but not everyone thinks outside the box. Not everyone cares... This is not OK, we're back tracking, fur was shamed and faded out of UK shops and this cruelty has rapidly reared its ugly head back into our shops and markets, we will not stop this by being quiet, we have to let them know it is not acceptable.
Today after talking to the owner of the stall (as seen in photos) we ended our discussion in him giving us some of the poms to donate to an animal shelter (who use it for orphaned baby animals), he packed the rest away and agreed he'd no longer sell real fur on his stall and would return to seller (gutted he didn't donate the lot 🙄) If more of us spoke up we can turn this around before it becomes as socially acceptable as leather, seude, wool etc... We have a big enough battle with those cruel industries, we can not allow this. (If anybody sees this back in comercial road market or anywhere surrounding please make me aware).