@kurtgeiger I am very disappointed in you. I visited one of your shops this weekend because I had heard about your animal free shoe and boot options. And while you had some really nice styles I was saddened to see that your store was full of raccoon fur. Hats and scarves. Lots of them. In this day and age there is zero need for this. Fur is cruelly obtained (as is leather but that is a longer battle) and of absolutley no use practically to the wearer. The assistant I spoke to said first that it was a byproduct of the food industry (wtf? Roast raccoon anyone?) and that raccoons are pests in America, as if that justified it. There is no way that any of this fur came from a pest control situation. There is just too much of it. And even if It had raccoons are still an animal with a right to life and should not be seen as pests but as coinhabitants of this planet. This fur will have been from animals farmed for nothing other than their hides. What are you doing? When big designers like @Gucci and @michaelkors are ditching fur why are you selling more of it? I will not be buying anything from you because of this.
Fellow activists! Target anyone selling #fur with letters, phone calls, emails, in-store conversations etc. Be the resistance and be the change. #fuckfur#fuckfurhags#vegan#veganaf