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A luxury toy manufacturer in France has sparked outrage among animal rights groups for selling teddy bears and other soft toys made out of real animal fur and leather.
The company which uses real rabbit, mink, coypu fur and crocodile leather have been slammed as “dead animals for kids,” and an online campaigns have been launched to stop the practice.
The luxurious soft toy manufacturer “Histoire de Bêtes” says it makes its toys “with love,” as each toy is manufactured with “extra soul and softness.”
There is, however, more to the product, according to this advertisement of a teddy bear on the company’s website: “Bear with natural fur (Silky Rex Rabbit) 40 cm… leather nose, natural wool interior…”
The toy is not exactly cheap, as it sells for €1,800 ($1,900), while a baby bunny with coypu fur costs €860 ($900), and another teddy bear with mink fur goes…
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