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Fashion company Canada Goose uses coyote fur linings on the hoods of their coats; and while they say that they use only "ethically sourced down and fur," they also claim that coyotes are "considered a pest as they attack livestock, endangered prey species, pets and sometimes even people."

This company couldn't have it more wrong. In fact, coyotes are far from the wandering predators that many people seem to see them as. These animals are native to huge portions of the United States, Mexico, Central America, and Canada. They play significant roles within the ecosystems of these regions.

Contrary to Canada Goose's belief, coyotes very rarely attack humans. According to the Humane Society, "More people are killed by errant golf balls and flying champagne corks each year than are bitten by coyotes."

These incredibly adaptable animals have been misjudged by humans for a long time. Their family lives are extremely dedicated, with pairs that are generally monogamous for years at a time. Both parents care for their children, and the older offspring often help the parents take care of the babies.

Even though Canada Goose uses fur that has been sourced legally, it does not mean that coyotes should be subject to trapping so that people can have fur trim on their coat hood in order to "disrupt airflow and create turbulent air which helps protect the face from frostbite," as the company claims.

Sign below to stop Canada Goose from using real coyote fur as a coat hood lining.

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Dear Canada Goose CEO, Dani Reiss,

Despite the fact that your company claims to use humanely-sourced coyote fur for the hoods of your coats, I have no desire to see real animal fur on clothing of any kind.

Coyotes are a large part of North America, and have been for a very long time. They live family lives much like your customers, and are rarely found doing anything that can harm human livelihoods.

These animals deserve better. There is no reason for them to be trapped or hunted on a regular basis, let alone have their fur used for "frostbite protection" that almost no one will ever need.

Stop trying to keep fur fashionable and let our world’s animals live their lives as you would live your own.


Petition Signatures

Sep 22, 2017 Bree Decker
Sep 22, 2017 Kelly Nestelroad
Sep 22, 2017 Rosa Corgatelli
Sep 22, 2017 Elva Munro
Sep 22, 2017 Linda Mattice
Sep 22, 2017 S. Urton There are many synthetic furs being manufactured today, why is it necessary to destroy fur animals?
Sep 22, 2017 Graciela Rodriguez-Sero
Sep 21, 2017 Kat Klahn
Sep 20, 2017 Josie Avalos
Sep 20, 2017 Wendy Horn
Sep 19, 2017 Dawn Turner
Sep 19, 2017 Rita Council
Sep 18, 2017 Vickie Kidwell
Sep 18, 2017 Karin Anderson Fur coats are worn by BEAUTIFUL animals and UGLY people
Sep 18, 2017 Ursula Bellof
Sep 18, 2017 Harold and Georgi Mortensen
Sep 18, 2017 Mary McGeary
Sep 18, 2017 Linda Sippel-Lemmer With all of the great synthetic fur out there, absolutely no need for the real thing. Sickening!!1
Sep 17, 2017 Ann Watson
Sep 16, 2017 Lola Schiefelbein
Sep 14, 2017 Lauri Moon
Sep 13, 2017 Rachelle Richardson
Sep 12, 2017 Lori Soldanels
Sep 11, 2017 Liliana Elliot
Sep 11, 2017 yvonne Ryder
Sep 11, 2017 Paula Keenum
Sep 9, 2017 Wanda Mahboub
Sep 8, 2017 Evelyne DOMPMARTIN-DERI
Sep 8, 2017 sandra barker
Sep 7, 2017 Kaydee Lewis
Sep 6, 2017 Donna Smith
Sep 4, 2017 Michelyn Martirez
Sep 3, 2017 Rebecca Jensen
Sep 2, 2017 Carole Giacomazzo
Sep 2, 2017 Mona Williams
Sep 1, 2017 harpreet suri
Aug 31, 2017 charin Suarez
Aug 31, 2017 Wanda Majeski
Aug 29, 2017 Julie English
Aug 29, 2017 Alyssa Oggiono
Aug 27, 2017 Sigrid Carter
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Aug 24, 2017 Lynn Miller
Aug 24, 2017 Tanya Lenn
Aug 22, 2017 Caryl Saint Clair
Aug 22, 2017 J.B. Picot
Aug 22, 2017 Suzanne a'Becket
Aug 22, 2017 Louise Broderick
Aug 22, 2017 jane Leavitt
Aug 22, 2017 Rosie Garza

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