Foxes Bred to Have Extra Skin for your Fur

Foxes Bred to Have Extra Skin for Your Fur | Meat Your Future

This fox has been deliberately bred to have extra rolls of skin. Why? So, that more money can be made skinning them and selling their fur.

There is no acceptable way to take an animal’s skin or fur without causing severe harm and suffering. In addition to the obvious cruelty of force-breeding these animals who can barely move, they are also subjected to a horrifying and premature death. Standard killing methods include electrocution, suffocation and skinning alive — with economics taking priority to prevent damage to the skin or fur.

Similarly, when it comes to animals used for food, there is also no way around the immense cruelty, harm and suffering involved. The cows, pigs, chickens, fishes and other animals we use for food fight desperately (but with futility) until their last breath.

We do not need to consume any animal products for our health (and we are, in fact, healthier avoiding them). We also have no justification inflicting such harm on animals for our most trivial of other whims (like “fashion”).

Please consider the profound implications of your food and consumption choices, and go vegan to withdraw your support for the horrors and suffering our society so thoughtlessly visits upon animals.

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