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John Bartlett and Farm Sanctuary Launch Shirt Line

The animal-friendly fashion designer has launched a collection of T-shirts in support of Farm Sanctuary.

Fashion designer John Bartlett has created a new T-shirt line, The Ambassador Collection, which will be sold on johnbartlettny.com starting today for $40 per shirt. Ten percent of the proceeds will be given to Farm Sanctuary to help save the lives of rescued farm animals. Each tee is representative of one of the three most heavily eaten animals in the US: the chicken, pig, and cow. On the front of each shirt is a silhouette of the animal, and discreetly written on the sleeve is the number of deaths that particular animal faces each year from slaughter.

Photo credit: Farm Sanctuary

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