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Help Stop Animal Fur Trade!

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Imagine being skinned alive, electrocuted, beaten to death with hammers, boiled alive, hanged, and strangled just for you skin. Don't believe this, millions of animals are being killed for fashion. When you wear you'r fur clothing, just think "who's skin am I in?". Fur is a deadly luxury that animals can't afford. Most fur-bearing animals are raised in fur mills, kept in wire cages with as many as 100,000 "livestock" in a single facility. Trapped in cages, wild fur-bearing animals are denied their most basic natural behaviors. After a life of confinement, farmers commonly break their necks or insert an electrified rod in their anus or vagina, literally frying them from the inside out. Millions of coyote, raccoon, bobcats and other species are caught in the wild using spring traps with metal teeth that smash bone and crush muscle. Animals can linger in excruciating pain for days without food or water before a trapper kills them. About one quarter of trapped animals escape by chewing their own limbs offAn estimated two million cats and dogs are also killed for fur every year. Recent investigations into the Chinese fur industry document cats and dogs being skinned alive, their eyes still blinking and heartbeats visible beneath exposed ribcages. Consumers have no way of knowing whether they are buying dog or cat fur because these products - jacket collars, gloves, hats and toys - are almost always deliberately unlabeled or mislabeled. Animals pay the true price of fur with their lives. You could be wearing the skin of you'r dogs cousin. Please help animals by signing this petition and by spreading the word around. http://i139.photobucket.com/albums/q293/Centcom-WAR/SkinnedAlive-sm.jpg

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    elizabeth rose
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    Margit Zäuner Germany
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