Bears are cruelly killed for their fur by being shot or ensnared, sometimes for days, in painful traps. During hunts, as many as one bear in seven doesn’t die immediately after being shot and escapes wounded only to die slowly from blood loss or starvation.


It takes one of these


To make one of these


In some Canadian provinces, there are no restrictions on shooting mother bears who have nursing cubs, which leads to the death of entire families.

The majority of people in the UK refuse to wear real fur, but the Ministry of Defence (MoD) continue to spend taxpayers’ money on cruelty and give questionable reasons why they do not want to use faux fur.


Replace the real bearskins used for the Queen’s Guard’s caps with faux fur

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The UK government said “currently we have no plans to end the use of bearskins. Bear pelts that are used are the by-products of a licensed cull by the Canadian authorities to manage the wild bear population.”

PETA has found no evidence of any Canadian province running – or having previously run – any official black bear culling programmes.

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