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Adopt don't shop!
Have you heard the latest catch-phrase 'Adopt, don't shop'? If so, you might be wondering what it means. It is a slogan that a growing number of animal rights proponents are using to promote adopting pets from shelters, rather than buying them from pet stores. Why? Most of the animals sold in pet stores or online originate from commercial animal-breeding facilities that focus on increasing profit with little regard for the health and welfare of the animals. Practices and conditions in all animal-breeding facilities are unethical and downright abhorrent in many cases. But there very good reasonsadopting a rescue animal: Adopting helps fight animal-breeding facilities and its structures but more important: It saves lifes! Adopting an animal from a shelter not only means that you?re giving that individuum a happy life, but you also free up a spot at the rescue or shelter to save another animals's life.
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Die Tabelle dient zur Orientierung. Die Größe der Textilien kann produktionsbedingt von den Angaben in der Tabelle abweichen.
This table is for your guidance. Unfortunately, the size of these shirts can vary slightly from the measurements in the table.
Size: Clara (on the left) is 1,75 m tall and is wearing a size M. Marc is 1,81 m tall and is wearing a size L. You can find a short information about our style definitions here.
Info about the production
The clothing is part of the Stanley&Stella collection and was produced in eco-friendly factories. The energy used by the factories comes from renewable sources. The cotton is 100 % organic and was manufactured under fair conditions. The farmers don't only grow cotton but also food plants. So they do not only depend on the cotton market.
The clothes are shipped by land or sea. Apart from the ecological quality, Stanley&Stella's factories were also certified by the Fair Wear Foundation. The farmers carry a fair wage and receive premiums.
Printed for us by the self-managed printing collective Onbones in our hometown Münster.