About Us

Fur Friends Apparel

Founded by Canadian artist Sue Thomas, Fur Friends pairs handmade and unique designs with products you can use and enjoy in your every day life.  This brand embodies the quirks and cuteness which create a bond between the human and the animal.  We are centred around kindness and the ethical care of all animals - a goal that we forward by supporting specific and well-established animal welfare organizations. We’re especially proud to be a PETA business partner!

T-shirts are offered in a variety of sizes and colours. Other products will be sold as well, such as mugs, stickers, sweaters & more!

About the Artists

Sue Thomas is a Canadian artist who has captured the characteristics of animals that are used in the designs.  Her love for animals is reflected in all parts of her life, including her plant-based diet.

Angelica Peters is a Canadian artist, illustrator and graphic designer who assists greatly in bringing each and every design to life.

Both Sue and Angelica work diligently to promote the well-being of and love for animals.  This is why the donation of %10 of all sales is so key to the way Fur Friends works.

 

Sue is a pet parent to two rabbits, three cats, and two dogs.

Angelica is a pet-parent to two cats and 2 Cocker Spaniels.

We are a Proud Peta Business Partner

 

Organizations We Support

Humane Canada brings together organizations that work with and care for animals to end animal cruelty, improve animal protection and promote the humane treatment of all animals.

https://humanecanada.ca/

 

 

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals.

https://www.peta.org/

 

The Equine Foundation of Canada raises funds to support and promote equine health through science and direct action.

https://equinefoundationofcanada.com/

 

“Compassion for animals is intimately associated with goodness of character, and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.”

Arthur Schopenhauer, The Basis of Morality