Humane Society International and other researchers purchased items from a variety of retailers that were being sold as “fake fur.” The catch? They were made from real fur, Mirror reported.

Claire Bass, of Humane Society International/UK, said, “Would-be ethical shoppers can’t shop online with confidence and avoid inadvertently buying real fur. The ‘fake faux fur’ scandal continues, meaning would-be ethical shoppers can’t shop online with confidence and avoid inadvertently buying real fur. It’s extremely disappointing that several well-known retailers still haven’t cleaned up their act, clearly a greater deterrent is needed to stop them mis-selling cruel fur.”

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The items came from eBay, Amazon, Romwe, Shein, Boho Style, Just Your Outfit, and Danielli.

Source: Sky News/YouTube

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