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We're fed up and rebellious against the ignorance of world governments and people alike who take little or no responsibility and care for our Miracle Planet, the Mass Extinction Event Gripping World Wildlife and the Animal Welfare, Rights & Protections needed around the world to end barbaric suffering inflicted upon our innocent voiceless sentient being friends.

Kangaboy's Mission creates Global Awareness with unique designs and products to inform people of the unfair plight of animals, wildlife and habitats around the world to inspire them to help make a difference... The Earth Needs Rebels!

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BEAR FARMING SUCKS! ... Help Save the Bears with your own awesome T-shirt & Tank-top - Kangaboy is donating $5.00 every sale to Animals Asia.

More than 10,000 bears – mainly moon bears, but also sun bears and brown bears – are kept on bile farms in China, and around 2,400 in Vietnam. The bears are milked regularly for their bile, which is used in traditional medicine.

Bile is extracted using various painful, invasive techniques, all of which cause massive infection in the bears. This cruel practice continues despite the availability of a large number of effective and affordable herbal and synthetic alternatives.

Most farmed bears are kept in tiny cages. In China, the cages are sometimes so small that the bears are unable to turn around or stand on all fours. Some bears are put into cages as cubs and never released. Bears may be kept caged like this for up to 30 years. Most farmed bears are starved, dehydrated and suffer from multiple diseases and malignant tumours that ultimately kill them.

Visit Animals Asia for more information and ways to help.