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Another Canada Goose animal cruelty protest

Regent St, London. Tue 14 Nov 2017



 Protesters stand with leaflets and a screen showing how animals undergo torture to make Canada Goose clothing

 and posters with a message

 'Dog Murderers - Shame on Canada Goose'

 'Your Fur Had a Face'

 This was a 'secret' unadvertised protest , organised by e-mail and word of mouth. The protesters intend to hold

 these at random times during the week as well as regular protests shared on Facebook every Saturday

 until Canada Goose shuts down its London store in Regent St

 A police officer looks at me as I photograph the protesters showing videos outside Canada Goose

 

 

 

 'Canada Goose = Animal Abuse'

 

 

 

 A woman in a car holding a dog looks at the protesters

 'Respect Existence or Expect Resistance'

 

 

 Birds live in crowded cages and campaigners say are often still alive when plunged into near boiling water and their feathers plucked

 A campaigner chalks on the pavement

 

 'Dog Fur Sold Here'

 

 'Proudly torturing animals since 1958'

 A police officer harasses a woman who is drawing on the pavement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 and another interferes with one of the protesters at the shop entrance

 

 

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