prague - The Czech Republic has put an end to the breeding of fur animals. The remaining companies in this industry must have closed the doors by the end of January 2019. President Milos Zeman signed the relevant law on Tuesday. Parliament has already voted with a large majority in banning the breeding and killing of animals purely for the fur.
Animal conservationists have been criticizing the cruelty in hooks for years, including mink and foxes for the fur industry. The existing breeding farms receive financial compensation. Keeping rabbits for meat remains allowed.