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Close Canada Goose for animal cruelty

Regent St, London. Sat 11 Nov 2017


     
 The meeting point for the protest had been altered since I had taken the details down and it took me and some others some time to discover this

 and get to the right place. But the march didn't start until much later than anticipated and numbers continued to grow

 'Would U wear your DOG'

 'Canada Goose: Evil F**king Murderers'

 We get given some directions. Everyone is asked to protest peacefully and within the law

 

 'If you think wearing fur makes you look 'it', Here's the thing you're a massive tit'

 'Fur Trade Murder Trade'

 It was only a short walk to Canada Goose in Regent St, where people crowded around an made a lot of noise

 

 'Animals are NOT Fabric'

 'If you Wear Fur you are a Bum Nugget'

 'Their Life is worth More than Your Fur Trim'

 'Canada Goos, Animal Abuse' was one of a number of slogans the protesters chanted

 

 

 

 A woman holds up a poster with almost an essay on the suffereing of coyotes trapped for Canada Goose

 A large 'hand' of shame

 'Winter is Coming and fur won't warm your cold stark heart'

 Police made a clear path through the protesters - and some people walked past them

 ignoring the shouts and the posters

 'Canada Goose has Blood on its HANDS'

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