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Ban UGGS from using fur from animals skinned alive

Leslie Edwards
Beaverton, OR
1 500
signataires

Uggs are getting more and more popular around the world and people need to know that some of the animals being used to make the boots are dying a long, painful, horrific death. Sheep are most commonly used, but other countries are using dog and Raccoon Dog skins and are skinning animals alive. We are asking that the owners of UGG Australia Inc. to take responsibility and create their boots in a humane manner.

Cette pétition a été remise à:
  • UGGS Australia Inc.
    Ugg Boot makers and manufacturers


    • Animals
    • animal rights
    • dogs

    Leslie Edwards a lancé cette pétition avec seulement une signature au départ et il y a maintenant 1 500 signataires. Lancez votre pétition pour créer le changement que vous souhaitez voir.




    About ArKal Medical, Inc.

    ArKal Medical is developing a simple, needle-free minimally invasive continuous glucose monitoring(CGM) system that is highly accurate and near painless.

    CGM systems measure interstitial fluid (ISF) glucose and provide continuous readings and information about glucose trends over time. Unlike current invasive needle-based subcutaneous CGM sensors, the novel ArKal GlucoPod™ CGM system is designed to be worn like a patch and is targeted to a wider range of both Type 1 and Type 2 insulin-dependent diabetics.

    Arvind Jina is the founder of ArKal Medical, Inc. and has served as President and Chief Executive Officer since its inception in 2005. The company is led by an experienced management team and advisors with a proven track record. The ArKal team has successfully demonstrated feasibility of its patented and proprietary technology with a clinical prototype device whose clinical performance and accuracy in diabetic subjects compares favorably to currently available products.