Tell House of Fraser to stop selling fur
After years being fur-free, House of Fraser now sells coats trimmed with real fur from raccoon dogs, rabbits and coyotes.
The company’s new owner has overturned the famous high street department store’s long-standing no-fur policy and now claims to sell so-called "responsibly" sourced real fur. What's responsible about keeping wild animals in small cages, denying them the freedom to carry out their very basic natural behaviours such as roaming and digging?
The majority of the UK’s retailers and designers are fur-free, and the vast majority of the British public continue to be deeply opposed to real animal fur. It's time for House of Fraser to stop selling fur.