England: Did You See The Fur Farming Programme ? – Watch It Here On BBC iplayer (UK Residents Only).


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Dear friend

Did you see it last night?  On BBC2 at 9pm yesterday evening, Reggie Yates went to a Russian fur farm in the latest installment of This World in his programme, Inside The Billionaire’s Wardrobe.

Sable, mink, arctic fox…even- shockingly- a wild lynx, lived out a sad existence, trapped in tiny, barren wire cages on a huge Russian fur farm.  Stereotypical behaviour was abundant, suffering was rampant.

“To see (a lynx) is those conditions is heartbreaking.. It is in a tiny cage, just going up and down, up and down, with crazy eyes..it’s trampling over its own waste… This just really doesn’t sit well with me at all.”

Reggie Yates, when visiting a Russian fur farm, Inside The Billionaire’s Wardrobe, 2016.

UK residents can watch the programme on BBC iPlayer here.

It doesn’t make for easy viewing, but underlines why our anti-fur campaign and your support is so important.

Respect for Animals led the campaign that finally got fur farming banned in the UK- but there’s so much more still to do to stop this suffering.

Here’s what you can do to help fight back against the fur trade today:

Ask your MEP to make a difference in the battle against the fur trade.

Help bring about a fur-free EU.  Click here for more.

Sign our petition asking Harvey Nichols to abandon it’s ‘luxury’ fur range.

We are asking Harvey Nichols to abandon its ‘luxury’ fur range. 12,000 have already joined us.

Donate to Respect for Animals

Click here to support our campaign against the fur trade. We rely entirely on donations, please help us in any way you can.

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Save The Seals Update:
More than 8500 of you have already signed our letter to Canada’s new prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, asking him to end the brutal seal hunt. Thank you.

If you haven’t already, then click to view our template letter and add your name.  Don’t forget to share it with your friends and family, the seals need us.

 For the animals,






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