Here’s a question for you. What would you say to a company which sells fur despite knowing about the suffering of animals who are often electrocuted, drowned, or beaten to death for their skins?
While I do care about what your answer is (hopefully it would be polite, but passionate), I really want to encourage you to contact Amazon.com immediately and give them a piece of your mind.
Amazon.com sells fur despite our polite attempts to have them reconsider.
The way we see it, sending them an email is great. What’s even better is to speak to an actual human being, though, by calling their corporate headquarters. Give a call to Amazon.com at (206) 622-2335 and push 0. Tell whoever answers that you refuse to support Amazon.com while the company profits off animals’ suffering for the fur industry.
With one of their competitors, Zappos.com, recently putting a fur-free policy in place, it’s time for Amazon.com to also make a wise, ethical choice.
Help us out, will you? Call Amazon.com at (206) 622-2335 and push 0. Email StreetTeam@peta2.com with what time you called and how it went. And we’ll give you 250 Street Team points for helping out, ok?