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Puma's Animal-Free & Proud!

3 years agoLifestyle / Fashion : CocoPerez

Big news!!! After lengthy discussions with PETA, Puma has pledged to NEVER use fur or exotic animal skins in any of their products. The sportswear brand's decision is receiving praise worldwide and they were even awarded the Compassionate Retailer Award from the animal rights' organization. PETA's EVP Tracy Reiman says Puma going animal-free is HUGE: "Every snakeskin shoe or [...]
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