I found Cult Pens very useful in the first place as trying to be more enviromentally friendly, realising that the fountain of discarded pen carcasses was not really the future forward way to deal with my ink requirements. As traditional purely pen retailers are fast becoming a thing of the past in the High Street, little choice at W.H. Smiths and papershops, I had to go to Harrogate to refill my Pilot pen (lovely town but inconvenient in a hurry!). Finding out about Cult pens with its candy shop of choice ment that not only could I have my refills and browse other comfortable ranges for grinding exam conditions - but they are also sweet enough to pop a sample in the post as a taster for other brands!
Although I have been happy with Amazon's service and prompt delivery I noticed recently that they still sell real fur in some of their lines and make up brushes, as most fur is imported from China and former Soviet States with animals skinned alive, electrocuted and very much abused I do not think that such a popular site should have these items on its site, please consider an ethical overhaul of some product lines
I am disturbed to discover that the website advertised 'shock collars' something that along with other instruments of torture should be banned from sale, Cesar Milan on an English television programme was recently criticised for using these and even he conceded that as some individuals used them he advised them on them , however humane alternatives such as proper training are much better and not barbaric?
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