“Canada Goose is deeply committed to the preservation of our global environment and the humane treatment of animals.”---Canada Goose
If by ” the humane treatment of animals” Canada Goose means trapping coyotes who spend hours (or sometimes days) struggling to escape a painful trap, often breaking their own bones and teeth in the process, dying slowly of starvation or dehydration, or if they’re lucky, being shot. Each year in Canada, over 100,000 coyotes are trapped and killed in leg-hold, Conibear and snare traps. In agony and confusion, animals often break teeth and bones trying to escape.According to Fur Bearer Defenders: “Across Canada, trap check times vary from once every 20 hours to once every 14 days, but such laws are largely unenforceable. An animal who does not die quickly is faced with unrelenting pain and a panic-filled wait, until they are clubbed to death, suffocated, shot or strangled.”
If your planning to go fur free this year, please sign your name proudly!
---Picture: Coyote caught in a conibear trap