2018 has been an amazing year for animal rights. All over the world new policies are emerging, proving the rising animal rights movement is making its voice heard.Read More
Here is a list of Cruelty Free Clothing Brands from around the world that you need to know about.Read More
Traditional Chinese Medicine directly depends on illegal animal trade; most of the animal products are illegally imported into China. Many animals are facing extinction due to this form of healing.
Under its new ethical fashion policy, ASOS announces it will ban Mohair, Cashmere and Silk from their website starting in 2019.Read More
"Most people are unaware of the consequences of cloning a new puppy, which requires an entire team of female dogs forced into cooperation."
Many celebrities have decided to stand up against the cruelty of fur farming and unethically sourced clothing, which is increasingly becoming a worldwide problem.
2017 was a big year for animals and the establishment and recognition of their rights as valuable elements of our planet.Read More
Rooney Mara co-creates animal friendly clothing line "hiraeth collective."Read More
The trendy Old Spitalfields Market by Brick Lane in East London has announced merchants will no longer be allowed to sell fur in 2018.Read More