95% of fur comes from fur farms, meaning more than 100 million animals worldwide, including raccoon dogs, rabbits, foxes, mink, and chinchillas, are raised in cages and killed each year for their fur.
Millions of wild animals, including bobcats, coyotes, foxes, lynx, raccoons, and wolves, suffer and die in traps each year, mainly in the US, Canada and Russia, although trapping does occur in other c
The seal hunt is the largest most brutal slaughter of marine mammals on the planet and brings shame upon Canada. The annual slaughter sees thousands of baby seals clubbed or shot for their fur every y
The production of fur is associated with high environmental costs. Far from being “natural, renewal resources,” real fur products consume more of our precious and irreplaceable energy resources t