Like, HOW ARE YOU EVEN REAL???
Angora fur is used to make sweaters, scarves, winter hats, and other clothing and accessories. Rabbits scream in pain as their fur is ripped out of their skin, and they must endure this torturous process over and over.
Rabbits are natural herbivores (woot woot, vegan power)! During warmer months, they munch on weeds, grass, wildflowers, and vegetable plants. When it gets cold, they snack on twigs, buds, bark, and any green plants that they can find.
Many rabbit communities live in extensive and complex underground burrows.
When they are being chased, they run in zigzag formations to confuse their predators rather than trying to outrun them.
Rabbits are famous for their ability to reproduce! They can have several litters of four to seven babies (called “kits”) every year but will naturally reproduce less at times when food or water is scarce.
Their teeth never stop growing, so they’re constantly gnawing on food and wood to keep them worn down.
On angora factory farms, rabbits have their fur violently ripped out of their sensitive skin while they’re fully conscious and screaming in pain. They must endure this torture every three months.
Rabbits who have their fur cut or sheared instead of plucked also suffer. Their limbs are bound and their bodies are stretched out …
And the cutting tools almost always leave them wounded as they struggle desperately to escape.
After experiencing such extreme pain, some rabbits go into shock and are unable to move once they’re returned to their filthy, cramped cages.
The rabbits who survive this torture for two to five years end up having their throats slit and their dead bodies skinned or sold.
More than 1.9 MILLION people have already watched our undercover exposé and learned more about the tragic lives of rabbits on angora farms. And guess what? The parent company of Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, IZOD, ARROW, Van Heusen, and other brands—has confirmed that it’s pulling from its shelves and banning any products made with angora! Super-popular and fashion-forward retailer H&M has also made a compassionate change after seeing PETA Asia’s undercover footage. The company has ceased the production of any items made with angora and will be accepting customer returns on any angora items that have been purchased. Woo!
If you ❤ bunnies and hate that they’re being tortured for their fur, know that you can help STOP this cruelty by pledging to ditch angora for good! It’s as easy as reading the tags on clothes when you’re out shopping and putting down anything that is made from angora.