Eighty-five percent of the fur industry’s skins come from animals living captive on fur factory farms.
Life on a fur farm is short and painful.
Trapped animals suffer for hours or days, before being killed by trappers. Sometimes they chew off their own limbs in their desperation to escape.
10-20 million raccoons, coyotes, wolves, bobcats, opossums, nutria, beavers, otters, and other fur-bearing animals are trapped every year for their fur.
Animals such as foxes, who would naturally roam hundreds of miles, live miserable existences on fur farms in cramped cages. They are killed by the cheapest methods available, including anal electrocution, injection of insecticide, hanging, gassing and suffocation.
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