Is fur banned in the UK?
The answer is NO. Fur is not banned in Britain.
Real fur, from animals cruelly raised in factory farm cages or wild roaming animals trapped by heinous devices, is legally and freely sold in the UK.
What’s worse is that these methods of ‘produced’ fur are BANNED in the Britain for their monstrous cruelty. Yet we still allow fur to be imported and sold via these shocking methods.
What can we do about it?
Back a Fur Free UK!
Tell Boris Johnson to ban fur imports
As the law stands, imports of fur are legal. The law must change. The import and sale of fur is allowed even though the main ways fur is obtained, including fur farming, are banned in Britain.
Killing animals just for their fur is cruel and barbaric, and we must stop funding it by banning imports of real fur immediately.
Fur import bans have been successfully implemented elsewhere. There is a EU-wide ban on the import of domestic cat and dog fur and California is banning the sale of real fur.
The UK should take a lead and become the first country in the world to ban fur imports.
We want a Fur Free UK.
Using the hashtag #FFUK , we’re telling the fur trade what we really think about their barbaric industry.
Please sign our petition below to help end this senseless cruelty to animals.