Absolutely NOT !!!!!!!!!!!😡😡😡😡😡😡
Animals. We lik them, we cuddle, we study buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut, some thought it was a "good" idea to kill them. Three reasons why I support this is that it's evil, its, you know what, screweth. It's evil. Animals are slaughtered, killed, but they fight for their freedom. Those who skin animals leave their bodies all bloody and some of the killing methods are electricity and neck snapping
God didn't create animals for human use
If animalsd are killed at the rte that they are being killed at , we won't have anymore animals left. Animals are important for ecological balance, wear faux fur instead . We can live without petroleum, IT'S NOT AS IMPORTANT AS A LIFE. Imagine yourself being skinned alive , electrocutes or your leg being broken as a trap. STOP THIS ! IT'S INHUMANE!
No animals should not have to die in the hands of humans anymore!
Fur-bearing animals live horrendous lives when they are "ranched raised" on a "fur farm", or are brutally killed in the hands of trappers. On ranches, they spend their entire lives in tiny, filthy cages and suffer tremendously, many become deranged until they meet their brutal deaths. Several investigations in the US fur farms have revealed the lack of compassion found in their Chinese counterparts; animals living in inhumane conditions and equally mistreated before being brutally slaughtered. In many cases they use fake labels on their fur clothing when they are actually using cats and dogs, the slaughter of these animals is pitiless , cats are strangled inside their cages as other cats look on awaiting the same fait and dogs are noosed out by the neck by metal wires, and then slashed across the groin , the wire noose cuts into their throats as they struggle in pain before finally losing conscious . Did you know that China produces 85% of the fur on the planet and has no animal welfare laws to protect animals and many of the animals are still alive whilst being skinned and then throw onto massive piles of other animals and their bodies are thrown into the trash so they don't use anything else except the fur , it takes 24 cats to make one coat and it takes 10 dogs are used for one coat. GOD PUT HUMANS ON THE EARTH TO PROTECT ANIMALS NOT TO KILL THEM AND USE THEM FOR OUR OWN BENEFIT !! IF YOU DONT KNOW THAT STUDY YOUR BIBLE MORE
No animal should be used for fur clothing
These animals are tortured and sometimes not even dead before they are skinned and their bodies tossed onto a pile. Fur-bearing animals live horrendous existences when they are "ranched raised" on a "fur farm", and they are brutally killed in the hands of trappers. On ranches, they spend their entire lives in tiny, filthy cages and suffer tremendously, many become deranged until they meet with their brutal deaths. God DID NOT PUT ANIMALS ON THE EARTH FOR US TO KILL!!!!!!! God PUT THEM HERE FOR US TO PROTECT!!!!
Are we eskimos?
Are we eskimos? No we are not. They needed fur to survive. But we don't If you want to spend winter warm buy a fake fur or jacket. They are a lot cheaper and warmer. They skin animal alive. And god did not create animals for us to use. So don't bring god to this matter!
No animal fur should not be used for clothing.
As most animals that fur is used for clothing are not eaten by every day humans, their bodies are thrown to the side without using anything but the fur. This is a waste as animals should be treated fairly and not have to suffer cruelty just to make some ones coat or jacket.
Animals have their own rights and were not created just for "human use"
Animals were god's creation and no where in the bible states that animals were created for our use. Animals cannot actually speak so we have to speak for them. Think about what you're doing to these poor animals. They have a right to live their life in peace. They're not used for you're pleasure in clothing. FUR does not look good, it just shows that people who do wear this such type of clothing are inconsiderable and selfish to the lives of animals
We can use other thing
We can use other things that are not alive to make cloths.So if we use tread to make cloth we can make how much tread we want how much cloth we want to make.Using animal are harming and being painful for the other animal and the animal friends.So stop killing animals and keeping them alive
You are killing insistent animals!
The animals did nothing to you! Then you just come along and go and kill them. For what reason?! Just for making clothes! Just for fashion?! The animals didn't deserve it, they didn't do anything! They were just enjoying their lifes, just like we do. They deserve a life, just like us!
So are you happy killing animals just for fashion? Think twice next time before you buy that cute animal jacket. Think of the poor animals, who's life you took, just by buying that jacket..
NO No No
Animals are living creatures just like you and me. How would you like it if someone took away your closest relative/child to be kept in tiny filthy cages to be skinned alive , hanged or bled to death just to wear their skin for fashion? From me, 12 years old :)
There is a popular stereotype about people living luxurious lives—or to be precise, about how they dress. Hollywood movies, novels about beaumonde, glossy magazines, and commercials promote the idea that rich people adore wearing expensive furs and things made from natural leather. Unfortunately, it is not only rich people who wear furs and leather—all over the world, those who have money believe it is their privilege to wear clothes made from the skins of innocent animals. And although the fur and leather industry is prospering, despite the effort of PETA and other similar organizations, public opinion should be persuaded that such a consumerist approach to nature and to the lives of animals is wrong.
In prehistory, wearing clothes from furs and skins was a natural act; there were no textiles, no cotton plants, no other manufactured types of fabric; generally speaking, there was no technology allowing people to wear something except animal skins. However, with the advancement of technological progress and the invention of synthetic fibers, the real need for furs and leather has decreased. Technology allows creating artificial furs and leathers almost similar to natural ones, but for much lower prime costs, and without any harm to animals (IFR).
Animals are perhaps the most affected party. Not to mention what they are turned into, it also affects the conditions in which they are raised, and keeping them on fur farms is cruel. The closest comparison would probably be to the meat farms; fur animals are born and die on the farm, sometimes never even leaving their cages. These cages are small enough to prevent active movement during the day; such conditions harm animals not only physically, but psychologically as well—in particular, they suffer from stress and nervousness. To provide you with the approximate scales of the problem, it takes up to 80 mink skins to create one mink coat; now imagine how many animals are being tortured through inappropriate living conditions every day; this is not to mention that they are being cruelly killed through electrocution or neck-breaking—just to prevent any damage to their skins and fur (Fashion With A Heart).
However, sometimes furs people wear are not luxurious; you could be wearing a cheap imitation without even knowing it. Do you buy furs produced in China, for example? Due to the low prices of their pelts, China has now become one of the biggest (if not the biggest) fur importers in the world. There is a horrible fact though: those pelts mostly belong to cats and dogs, not to chinchillas or foxes. Annually, more than two million cats and dogs are killed in China for their fur—not the best material for a luxurious coat. Some of these animals still have their collars on them when caught or slaughtered; many of these animals are alive when factory workers hang them up for skinning. Once again, to prevent any possible damage to furs, cats and dogs are being strangled in their cages (Daily Mail).
All this is cruel and unfair. Even though many animal species with fur are not being hunted—so it might seem there is no damage dealt to wild nature—the conditions in which they are bred and raised are horrible. Minks, chinchillas, and other species have to live in narrow, small cages, preventing movement and causing them physical and mental harm. This is not to mention the cruel ways of slaughtering. Besides, there are synthetic substitutes for furs and leathers, which are cheaper, similar to natural ones, and the production of which does not involve dealing damage to animals.
“Animal Cruelty in the Fashion Industry.” Fashion With a Heart. N.p., 06 May 2012. Web. 10 Dec. 2015.
“Fur is Back…and the Fashion Industry Should Hang its Head in Shame. “Daily Mail. Associated Newspapers, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2015.
Doe, John. “Wearing Fur is Bad.” IFR. N.p., 12 Nov. 2013. Web. 10 Dec. 2015.
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