Cruelty to animals for Fashion
Cruelty to animals for Fashion. Fur farming is banned in Austria, Croatia and the United Kingdom. In Switzerland, the regulations for fur farming are very strict, with the result that there are no fur farms. Some other countries have a ban on fur farming of certain types of animals.
On this farm in Belarus (well, in many countries) each year 80,000 minks and foxes 2000 are killed
Just because women are very fond of their fur.
All animal life is in hell.
They live in cramped cages, and when growing up will kill them very cruel way.
One of them – the murder of a current through the anus.
Almost always the animal does not die immediately, so that the procedure must be repeated several times.
Another popular method – gassing. Then the animal is very long and hard to breathe.
And then for some poor devils suffering does not end there.
Since very often the animals do not die immediately, remove the skin from them when they are still alive.
Most of the world’s farmed fur is produced by European farmers. There are 6,000 fur farms in the EU. The EU accounts for 67% of global mink production and 70% of fox production. Denmark is the leading mink-producing country, accounting for nearly 40% of world production. Other major producers included the Netherlands, Russia, Finland, China, Sweden, and Canada. Finland is the largest United States supplier of fox pelts. The United States is a major exporter of furskins. Major export markets include Canada, the EU, and Asia. Exports to Asia as a share of total exports grew from 22% in 1998 to 47% in 2002. China are the largest importers of fur pelts in the world, therefore making them the largest re-exporter of finished fur products.