Fur Industry

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Wearing fur garments nowadays is grossly ignorant or brutal! It promotes an industry that, in the wild, traps animals in steel-jaw leghold traps who suffer slow, agonizing deaths. Some desperately chew off their legs to escape, especially mothers eager to nurse their babies! (To avoid this they use traps that jerk the animals up in the air unable to escape, or place them in or near water so their escape ends in drowning!).

They freeze, or burn under a hot sun, and are helplessly attacked by predators... to death. Survivors are stomped, bludgeoned, strangled, drowned or beat up to death by the trappers to avoid staining their fur! Millions of domestic animals like dogs, birds, cats, rabbits, squirrels get trapped too and these they call "trash" agonizing deaths!

Ranch-raised foxes are kept in cages only 2.5 feet square (minks in cages 1-foot-by-3-feet), with up to four animals per cage.

Arctic fox grasp (source: careforthewild.com) [ 74.68 Kb ]Animals on fur farms suffer hideous deaths: by gassing, electrocution, strangling, suffocation, poisoning with strychnine, having their necks snapped, tongues cut off, tongues stuck to frozen metals to keep them hanging, red hot iron rods thrust up their anuses... after a long existence in tiny, filthy cages in fur farms.

These methods are not 100 percent effective and some animals 'wake up' while being skinned.

You still think it's fashion?!

Fur - In the cage 3 [ 43.44 Kb ]



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