"Ban fur farming in Ireland" protest in Laois
05 November 2017
Protestors gathered outside Ireland's largest fur farm to renew calls for an end to the cruel industry. The protest took place on 4th November at the gates of Vasa fur farm in Laois where 50,000 permanently caged mink are killed every year for their fur.
A ban on cruel fur farming is long overdue in Ireland. Please respond to the action alert below and share.
The fur farm protest was organised by National Animal Rights Association (NARA). Find out more about their anti-fur campaign at https://www.facebook.com/NARAcampaignsIRELAND/
URGENT ACTION ALERT
Sign and share our petition - Ban fur farming in Ireland
Demand a ban on fur farming in Ireland. Contact Taoiseach Leo Varadkar now.
Email "Ban fur farming NOW" to Leo.Varadkar@oir.ie, email@example.com, AnimalHealthAndWelfareAct@agriculture.gov.ie
Phone: +353 (0)1 6194000
Tweet "Ban fur farming NOW" to: @campaignforleo
Dear Taoiseach Leo Varadkar,
I support a total ban on fur farming and an immediate closure of Ireland's fur farms.
In these hellholes, animals suffer a horrendous life of misery before being cruelly gassed to death. There is absolutely no justification for allowing this cruelty to continue.
Please ban fur farming now.
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