This September we have launched a brand new t-shirt campaign supporting the Stop Live Transport International Day of Awareness which is on 13th September.
50% of our profits from every t-shirt sold will be donated to our favourite charity Compassion in World Farming – to help end live exports.
Following a little poll we ran on Twitter, our followers told us that what they want most in a t-shirt is a clear animal rights message. Well these are the most direct campaigny tees we’ve done to to date, and we know from doing events with Compassionate Dorset that live exports is a subject many people feel extremely passionate about – in fact we’ve never met anyone who thinks live animal exports is okay – so we do hope you’ll love these tees!
But hurry! They are available exclusively at Teespring in aid of CIWF for 3 weeks only – until Monday 25th September 2017 – so order yours now them while you can. (They’re NOT available from our main Compassionate Tee-Shop).
The more t-shirts we sell, the more profit we will make on each sale as well, so every tee counts!
Tees are available in a range of colours – for men and women, with organic options available.
Please note that the t-shirts will be printed the day after the campaign ends, so if you want your tee in time for an event you need to tick the ‘Rush Shipping’ option when you checkout. We recommend ordering for the official rally on the 13th by today or tomorrow to be safe (rush shipping usually takes 5 working days). Rush shipping is only available on certain items though – mainly blue and navy tees (which luckily we think look the coolest anyway!).
Join us to make a stand against animal cruelty – buy a tee today and spread awareness to help END LIVE EXPORTS!
More about this campaign
Millions of live animals are transported thousands of kilometres each year worldwide to be killed for their meat. The statistics are heartbreaking and you can view the EU and US live transport journey maps here.
Cattle – 14.4 million
Sheep – 19 million
Pigs – 66 million
Most of these animals suffer from overcrowding, exhaustion, dehydration, pain, stress and disease. Those who manage to survive the terrifying journey often face terrible abuse and inhumane slaughter.
We believe that all animals are sentient beings that deserve to be treated with respect and compassion. Transporting live animals as if they are just mere ‘cargo’ is cruel, unnecessary and simply not acceptable.
Please also sign and share the Animals International petition to Defy The Death Ships.
Our founding group Compassionate Dorset will be having a leafleting and petition signing day in Dorchester on Saturday 16th September and they’d love you to pop by and say hi!
And of course if t-shirts just aren’t your thing, you can still support our campaign by sharing! 🙂
Designed by Boo&Stu – an ethical design studio in the New Forest. Set-up by the founders of the Compassion Collective, partners Anna Celeste Watson and Stu Jones, who met at Wimbledon School of Art. Check out Stu’s first illustrated children’s book for the love of badgers called The Ones Who Walk Above which has been highly acclaimed by wildlife experts including Chris Packham, Nigel Marven and Dominic Dyer.