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Wool In Reverse

Sheep are gentle individuals who, like all animals, feel pain, fear, and loneliness. But because there’s a market for their fleece and skins, they’re treated as nothing more than wool-producing machines.

If they were left alone and not genetically manipulated, sheep would grow just enough wool to protect themselves from temperature extremes. The fleece provides them with effective insulation against both cold and heat.

Shearers are usually paid by volume, not by the hour, which encourages fast work without any regard for the welfare of the sheep. This careless shearing leads to frequent injuries. Strips of skin—and even teats, tails, and ears—are often cut or ripped off during shearing.

Please join the millions of people all over the world who know that compassion is the fashion. Save a sheep—don’t buy wool.

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