80% of the world’s fine wool used in the global clothing industry is produced in Australia. But the fluffy lambs there have natural enemies. Flies, that lay their eggs in the many wrinkles around the lambs’ butt. To prevent flies from attacking their sheep, producers use a method called mulesing. They restrain the few weeks old lamb and cut off the skin around the buttocks. This happens with the help of shears and usually without anaesthesia. Together, let's change the wool industry and spare lambs the cruel practice of mulesing.