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Petition - IKEA: Stoppt Den Verkauf Von Tierqualprodukten (Echtfell Und Echtleder)! · Change.Org


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Kalliope
- 14 days ago - change.org
IKEA praesentiert sich immer wieder nach auÃ?en als ein Unternehmen, das Wert auf Niveau, Menschlichkeit und Ethik legt. Scheinbar ist das ein Irrtum. Sie verkaufen Pelze aus asiatischen Laendern. Das passt so gar nicht zu dem Saubermann-Image, das...



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Kalliope M (32)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 3:17 am
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IKEA: stop the sale of quality animal products (real fur and real leather)!

IKEA always presents itself externally as a company that values quality, humanity and ethics. Apparently that's a mistake. They sell furs from Asian countries. That does not fit in with the clean-man image that Ikea likes to miss for herself. The above picture shows a dog, whose skin was pulled off alive. This is not the work of an individual, but in many Asian countries - and thus also with your suppliers - common practice. The animals (cats, dogs, rabbits, etc.) are often not even killed, but the coat is taken from them alive. Many animals then live under terrible pain for up to 20 minutes before they die miserably - and then how Waste to be disposed of. The agonies that an animal suffers should be kept in mind by anyone who deals with real fur products or orders this trade through his purchase. They support these barbaric methods by buying furs and genuine leather from these suppliers. Why must violence be the basis for furnishings? There are endless alternative materials, some of which even warm better and offer further advantages in terms of comfort and ease of care. Animals are not objects !!! They feel like us joy, but also fear, pain, have close family associations and want - as we humans live! How disrespectful must one be to allow such extreme animal cruelty? Rethink this situation. We assume that, even if you have a spark of humanity, you will surely realize that such brutal methods are actually not in your favor either. Many companies are now renouncing fur and leather products because they care about a responsible, progressive corporate culture. With our signature, we also demand from IKEA responsible action and the renunciation of real fur and genuine leather and hope for an open and constructive dialogue with you. IKEA always presents itself externally as a company that values quality, humanity and ethics. Apparently that's a mistake. They sell furs from Asian countries. That does not fit in with the clean-man image that Ikea likes to miss for herself. The above picture shows a dog, whose skin was pulled off alive. This is not the work of an individual, but in many Asian countries - and thus also with your suppliers - common practice. The animals (cats, dogs, rabbits, etc.) are often not even killed, but the coat is taken from them alive. Many animals then live under terrible pain for up to 20 minutes before they die miserably - and then how Waste to be disposed of. The agonies that an animal suffers should be kept in mind by anyone who deals with real fur products or orders this trade through his purchase. They support these barbaric methods by buying furs and genuine leather from these suppliers. Why must violence be the basis for furnishings? There are endless alternative materials, some of which even warm better and offer further advantages in terms of comfort and ease of care. Animals are not objects !!! They feel like us joy, but also fear, pain, have close family associations and want - as we humans live! How disrespectful must one be to allow such extreme animal cruelty? Rethink this situation. We assume that, even if you have a spark of humanity, you will surely realize that such brutal methods are actually not in your favor either. Many companies are now renouncing fur and leather products because they care about a responsible, progressive corporate culture. With our signature, we also demand from IKEA responsible action and the renunciation of real fur and genuine leather and hope for an open and constructive dialogue with you.
 

Chrissie R (4)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 3:38 am
#3,981 have signed. Let's get to 5,000.
 

Dogan Ozkan (2)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 3:38 am
noted and signed
 

Animae C (512)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 4:15 am
Signed & Shared
4,040 have signed.

TY K
 

Christeen A (448)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 4:58 am
N&S
 

Lone F (67)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 5:30 am
Noted and signed
Thanks K
 

Ben O (172)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 7:35 am
Signed. BTW; -IKEA's founder Ingvar Kamprad once was a nazi, but we all know that, don't we...? He is also so incredibly rich...makes me sick!!!
 

Ben O (172)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 7:36 am
Ooops, I forgot to thank myself for signing; -Vielen Dank!
 

Lindsay K (6)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 8:22 am
Noted and signed. Thanks for sharing.
 

Sabrina D (2)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 9:20 am
Signed,
 

Bonnie Lynn M (1)
Tuesday January 2, 2018, 1:52 pm
Petition signed. Thank you
 

LKoSl J (130)
Wednesday January 3, 2018, 3:17 am
Danke, meows meow Kalliope
 

Jeanne R (1208)
Wednesday January 3, 2018, 7:29 pm
Signed and noted. TY.
 

Lisa M (15)
Thursday January 4, 2018, 10:41 am
Signed.
 

Victoria P (112)
Friday January 5, 2018, 6:25 pm
Signed with thanks Kalliope ~♥~
 

Maria Papastamatiou (4)
Monday January 8, 2018, 11:54 am
Signed. Thanks for posting.
 
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