Majority of Estonian population against fur

TALLIN, 8 DECEMBER 2014 –  According to the recent poll over half, or 58 percent, of the Estonian population is either “rather” or “definitely” against raising and killing animals in farms for the purpose of producing fur, reports Estonian animal rights organization Loomus. ‘Based on the poll that was carried out in the end of

10.000 signatures in support of a fur ban for the Estonian government

TALLIN, 17 NOVEMBER 2014 – Altogether, the petition for banning fur farms gathered 1180 digital signatures and close to 9000 handwritten or e-mail signatures. This Friday, on November 21, the NGO Loomus will deliver the signatures and the respective registered letter to the Estonian parliament Riigikogu. Kristina Mering, the NGO Loomus project manager, finds that

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