On the weekend myself and group of animal rights activists held an anti-fur protest outside London Fashion Week against the designers that use use real fur.
On 21st of January myself and around 15 vegan activists protested against the fur stalls on Portobello Market in West London. There are several fur stalls there selling items such as full length fur coats, animal tails, fur hats, fur trimmed coats and fur scarves. So we decided to call out the stall owners and to educate the public about the barbaric fur trade.
A few weeks ago myself and a group of activists protested against notorious animal abusers, Zippos Circus when they came to Brent Cross. Brent Cross is one of the few remaining boroughs in London that hasn’t banned the use of animals in circuses.
On Monday 21st November, I attended a chicken vigil at a kosher slaughterhouse in East London. When all of us arrived between 5:00 am and 6:00 am the chickens were already stacked in the slaughterhouse yard and we were unable to stop the truck entering the premises.
As winter approaches, many fashion companies including Michael Kors are starting to sell more and more real fur clothing, footwear and accessories as part of their winter collections.
On Saturday 29th of October, over 2000 vegan activists marched through the streets of London for The Official Animal Rights March.