NAKED protesters had been seen masking themselves in fake blood in Barcelona’s metropolis centre to show how many dead animals it takes to make a fur coat.
Round 50 animal rights activists took to Catalunya Sq. whereas Black Friday buyers snagged bargains round them.
The protest was organised by the animal rights organisation Anima Naturalis to make folks conscious of the hundreds of animals that are mistreated and murdered yearly for the fur business.
The demonstrators demand Spanish authorities to ban the observe.
‘HOW MANY LIVES FOR A COAT?’
The protest consisted of dozens of activists mendacity on the bottom whereas lined in fake blood as a sitting lady holding a signal shouted out struggling shouldn’t be elegant.
Her signal learn: How many lives only for a coat?
The incident was filmed in Catalunya Sq. in Barcelona in the north-eastern Spanish area of Catalonia and was later broadly shared on social media.
The bare demonstration topped with fake blood was supposed to show how animals take care of being skinned for his or her fur, in accordance to reviews.
In accordance to a spokesperson for Anima Naturalis, the animals most affected by the fur commerce are minks, ferrets, foxes, seals, otters, cows and chinchillas.
Anima Naturalis stated that cats and canine are additionally used for clothes in China.
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The group claimed that around 32million animals are sacrificed for their fur in Europe every year.
Since 2007, the UK, Italy, Austria, Croatia, Greece, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands have reportedly banned fur farming.
Demonstration organiser Cristina Ibanez said: Our country (Spain) avoids discussing the matter and it is time to bring Spanish legislation in line with the rest of Europe.
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