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Posted in ALiberation Press Release by ALib on the February 11th, 2009

Pamela Scott
Action Alert

Please ask the Flairline Fashions Group to go Fur Free in all their outlets.
Use the sample letter (click on “more”) or write your own letter or phone. Address details are in the sample letter.

Please inform them that overall Rabbit fur is not a by product of the meat industry but is an industry in its self. Quote www.rabbitfur.org

Please let the Flairline Fashions Group know that by selling fur they actively participate in a fur industry that directly kills 170,000 animals in 6 fur farms in the Republic of Ireland and a fur industry that directly kills

hundreds of million animals worldwide for the skin on their backs.

How much exploitation may be avoided if the fashion world change their ways?


Express your opinions at the following contact details:

Contact Chief Buyer: Mr Richard Barron, richard[at]irishfashion.ie.

Pamela Scott email: info[at]irishfashion.ie
Pamela Scott Ph: 01-429 5888

SAMPLE LETTER

Mr. Richard Barron (Chief Buyer)
Flairline Fashions Limited/Flairline Fashions Group,
Unit 27/28 Fashion City,
Ballymount,
Dublin 24.

Dear Mr. Barron,

I urge you to end all connection with the animal fur trade. The fur industry is built on exploitation and rights violations.

Please stop selling, advertising, storing and promoting animal fur through the Flairline Fashions Group.
The sale of fur from Rabbits and Foxes in outlets of the Flairline Fashions Group directly pays for the caging and killing of these animals.
By selling animal fur through your outlets and promoting it on your websites the Flairline Fashions Group is supporting an industry that kills hundreds of millions of animals each year, over 170,000 animals in Ireland alone.

These animals are caged and killed because retailers choose to sell animal fur and literally profit off their backs.

Over 40% of new animal fur sales revenue is accounted for by garments with fur trims or accessories (handbags etc). The type of trims used in the Flairline Fashions Group.

Rabbit fur is not a by product of the meat industry. Please see the website www.rabbitfur.org.

Yours,

Name

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