Zara Donates Leftover Angora Supply To Syrian Refugees

Zara Donates Leftover Angora Supply To Syrian Refugees

Zara Angora Look 2Following their Angora ban in December 2013 after PETA’s investigation revealed the abuse rabbits face for their wool, High street retailer Zara has donated their leftover stock to refugees in need.

The world’s most popular retailer, along with Urban Outfitters, Ted Baker, Forever 21 and other brands, has permanently banned the stocking of Angora in their stores, while Zara’s parent company Inditex plans to donate to syrian refugees in Lebanon through the charity Life for relief and Development.

“Thanks to Inditex’s massive donation, PETA is able to send a vital message about compassion for animals this winter — that only people desperately lacking basic necessities have any excuse for wearing fur that is ripped out of live animals’ bodies,”

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