Ban the Selling of Real Fox Tails by Online Retailer

Target: Dolls Kill online retailer

Goal: Ban the sale of fox and raccoon tails by the online retailer Dolls Kill

“Dolls Kill” is an online retail website that prides itself on selling rebellious clothing that encourages ‘personal freedom from a defined style, and the balls to stand out from the crowd.’ However, the sale of 100% authentic fur fox tails for their own profit is unethical and stands out for all the wrong reasons.

Although the use of fur as a fashion statement by icons and celebrities has always been popular, foxes do not deserve to have their tails chopped off to be worn as an accessory on a handbag or belt. It is simply not worth the killing or torturing of an innocent animal.

Dolls Kill also sells authentic deer skin leather tassels that can be added on to a purchase of a foxtail, which typically ranges from 15” – 18” in length.  The name of the company alone suggests some twisted message that boldly admits to harming animals for fashion. A safer alternative would be to use fake, synthetic fur.

Boycott the purchasing of any Dolls Kill merchandise sold on their website until they agree to ban the use of real foxtails. Animals do not deserve to be maimed and killed so their body parts can end up in accessories.


Dear Dolls Kill,

Please stop selling merchandise that is made from 100% authentic fox fur and other animal products. The use of animal tails for fashion is absurd and unethical towards the animals that are killed to produce them.

Fake fur would be a better alternative which would serve as just as bold of a fashion statement for your consumers.  Hanging the tails of innocent animals off of a belt or handbag isn’t stylish, but rather barbaric. Help stop this fashion trend by banning the sale of these real fur tails.

I will no longer be interested in buying your products until you stop selling items with real animal fur or skin.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Julian Dowse

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