LOS ANGELES — Kitson is the latest target of the Humane Society of the U.S.’ investigations into real fur falsely advertised as fake fur.
The animal-protection organization identified three items sold online by the Los Angeles-based retailer described as “faux fur” that laboratory analyses found contained fur from various animals, including possibly a coyote, gray wolf and raccoon dog. The discovery comes after the Humane Society filed a petition with the Federal Trade Commission in November against 11 retailers for falsely advertising and mislabeling real fur items as fake fur.
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