The undercover investigations of rabbit fur farms in China and France—two countries from which Armani has bought rabbit fur—revealed pitiful living conditions for rabbits, who are confined to tiny wire cages before they are slaughtered.
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In the video footage from an investigation into Chinese rabbit-fur farms, workers pull rabbits out of cages by their ears and stun the screaming animals with hand held electric devices, often multiple times. Rabbits with cut throats can be seen twitching and shaking, with their eyes wide open, before they die.
Armani now sells fur, including rabbit-fur coats for babies and children. The new designs mean he has broken the promise he made just last year when he said, "I spoke with the people from PETA, and they showed me some materials that convinced me not to use fur."
Please contact Giorgio Armani and urge him to keep the promise that he made by permanently removing all fur from his collections.
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