Sign PETA U.K.’s Petition to Take Action for Bears


The U.K. Ministry of Defence is taking the British public for fools.

One of the most sophisticated military operations in the world would have you believe that there’s no alternative to slaughtering bears and wasting taxpayers’ money to make the ceremonial caps worn by the Queen’s Guard.

Sign PETA U.K.’s Petition to Take Action for Bears

Image of bearskin hat protest

PETA U.K. has launched a new government petition to trigger a debate about the issue in Parliament. Faux bear fur already exists for the caps—it matches the exact length of the real bear fur and is 100% waterproof. There is no justification for the continued slaughter of bears for these caps.

The petition must get over 100,000 signatures in order to be debated in Parliament.

PETA U.K. urgently needs you to sign it. Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon has—will you?

Sign the Petition Now

Thank you for your compassion for animals!

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Animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way.

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One Response to Sign PETA U.K.’s Petition to Take Action for Bears

    1. It’s abominable that the Queen and the MOD still refuse to use faux fur instead of real bearskins! They have dug their bloody heels in over this for decades, but the paradigm is shifting and they finally need to listen to the British public!

      Every single one of those ludicrous hats was once a living bear. One bear = one hat. The terrible suffering behind every single one of them would be enough to stop any of us ever sleeping again. They ‘source’ them from Russia, Finland etc…those poor bears are hanged, shot, trapped, every type of atrocity – and often leaving tiny cubs to fend for themselves (and die) as orphans…It is abominable and there are plenty of alternatives for these so-called ‘ceremonials’…

      Comment by Heidi Stephenson on 15 January, 2022 at 9:38 am

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