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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Ven 9 Jan - 13:11

News du 9 octbre 2008 :

China's Shocking Fur Trade

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When undercover investigators made their way onto Chinese fur farms, they found that many animals are still alive and struggling desperately when workers flip them onto their backs or hang them up by their legs or tails to skin them. When workers on these farms begin to cut the skin and fur off an animal's leg, the free limbs kick and writhe. Workers stamp on the necks and heads of animals who struggle too hard in order to make a clean cut.

When the fur is finally peeled off over the animals' heads, their naked, bloody bodies are thrown onto a pile of those who have gone before them. Some are still alive, breathing in ragged gasps and blinking slowly. Some of the animals' hearts are still beating five to 10 minutes after they are skinned. One investigator recorded a skinned raccoon dog on the heap of carcasses who had enough strength to lift his bloodied head and stare into the camera.

Because a fur garment's origin can't be traced, anyone who wears any fur at all shares the blame for the horrific conditions on Chinese fur farms. The only way to prevent such unimaginable cruelty is by never wearing any fur. Take PETA's pledge to be fur-free today!
Pledge to Go Fur-Free
I, the undersigned, hereby pledge to go fur-free. I say "No" to the cruel and barbaric slaughter of millions of animals around the world for their skin. I say "No" to fur coats, collars, trim, trinkets, cat toys and other products made from the fur of animals as well as any other attempt to sneak fur into everyday items. I pledge to expose the truth about fur and to spread the word until we close down the international fur trade forever.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Ven 9 Jan - 13:13

News du 10 octobre 2008 :

Sign the Pledge to Go Fur-Free


Consumers everywhere need to know the truth about fur. We believe that when people learn that millions of innocent animals are beaten, boiled, hanged and electrocuted for their fur every year; that every fur coat, piece of fur trim and fur trinket represents the intense suffering of animals; and that furriers intentionally mislabel dog and cat fur as fur from other species and mislabel real fur as fake fur, they will want to go fur-free.

By signing the pledge below – and encouraging your friends and family to do so as well – you'll be sending a powerful message not only to the fur industry but also to designers, retailers and others who directly profit from the suffering caused by this cruel industry.

Sign This Pledge
I, the undersigned, hereby pledge to go fur-free. I say "no" to the cruel and barbaric slaughter of millions of animals around the world for their skin. I say "no" to fur coats, collars, trim, trinkets and cat toys as well as to any other products made from the fur of animals. I pledge to expose the truth about fur and to spread the word until the international fur trade is ended.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Sam 10 Jan - 6:09

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Merci de bien vouloir faire le nécessaire très rapidement.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 3 Fév - 8:00

Noticia del 30 de septiembre de 2008 :

Take Action for Truth in Fur Labeling

U.S. law allows clothing designers and retailers to omit, on their labels, any mention of animal fur on fur-trimmed jackets. They are even allowed to dye real fur to make it look fake, and sell it without mentioning on the label that it is real fur.

And "Asiatic raccoon" on a garment label means that the fur is really from a raccoon dog who may have been skinned alive.

Consumers deserve to know if animal fur is on a garment, and the real name of the animal. Fortunately, legislation (H.R. 891/S. 3610) has been introduced in Congress to protect consumers and improve fur labeling laws.

TAKE ACTION

Please make a brief, polite phone call to your U.S. Representative and two U.S. Senators to urge them to support and co-sponsor H.R. 891/S. 3610. You can reach your federal by calling the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121.

After making your phone calls, please fill in and submit the form linked to this email to automatically send a follow-up email to your federal legislators urging support for legislation on fur labeling. Make your message even more effective by putting it into your own words.


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Please co-sponsor H.R. 891/S. 3610 to protect consumers and improve fur labeling laws. This legislation would close a loophole that lets some animal fur go unlabeled, and would also help protect consumers from being duped into buying fur from the raccoon dog, a member of the dog family killed in large numbers in China by brutal methods including being skinned alive.

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Dog fur is being sold in the United States on fur jackets that are not labeled. Dog fur is also being sold as faux fur.

Raccoon dog fur is being sold nationwide on jackets that are not labeled. Raccoon dog fur is also being sold as faux fur, raccoon fur, or coyote fur.

Approximately one out of seven fur products sold in the United States are not required to have a label that tells consumers that they are buying real fur, the species, or the country the animal was killed in.

Consumers have a right to know what they are purchasing.

Again, please support and co-sponsor H.R. 891/S. 3610 to protect consumers and improve fur labeling laws.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
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In Defense of Animals, located in San Rafael, Calif., is an international animal protection organization with more than 85,000 members and supporters dedicated to ending the abuse and exploitation of animals by protecting their rights and welfare. IDA's efforts include educational events, cruelty investigations, boycotts, grassroots activism, and hands-on rescue through our sanctuaries in Mississippi and Cameroon, Africa.

In Defense of Animals is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We welcome your feedback and appreciate your donations. Please join today! All donations to IDA are tax-deductible.

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 3 Fév - 9:20

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mer 4 Fév - 9:05

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 5 Fév - 8:58

Noticia del 13 de septiembre de 2007 :

Cuando una dama se adorna con una piel de animal probablemente no conoce la inconcebible CRUELDAD que supone su obtención.
Una de las formas más crueles de depredación que ha inventado el hombre es EL CEPO, trampa consistente en un par de mandíbulas de acero que se cierran, generalmente, sobre una pata de cualquier animal, dejándolo irremediablemente atrapado, aterrorizado, DESESPERADO, y padeciendo HAMBRE, SED Y DOLOR durante VARIOS DIAS hasta que llegue el trampero a poner fin a su tortura.
Algunas veces el animal en su desesperación logra liberarse automutilándose el miembro atrapado, pero lo más probable es que el hombre llegue primero, entonces clavará un palo agudo en la boca de su víctima (para evitar que muerda) y poniéndole un pie sobre el cuello ( durante unos 15 minutos) lo hará morir por asfixia PARA NO DAÑAR NI UN SOLO PELO DE LA VALIOSA PIEL.
Pero lo peor de todo esto es que el cepo no discrimina y allí mueren atrapados TODA CLASE DE ANIMALES.
Cuando los animales de peletería son criados en granjas, el sistema es el mismo que el empleado en pollos y gallinas, pequeñas jaulas con piso de alambre donde el animal (nacido para la libertad y para tener sus territorios propios ) no puede mantenerse en pie por la molestia que le causa el alambre. Para matarlos se utiliza gas o electrocución.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 5 Fév - 8:59

Este articulo fue escrito el 05 de enero de 2006.

Día Internacional contra la industria Peletera

La Asociación Pro Defensa de los Animales, Aproa, se une este lunes 13 de febrero, a los grupos de activistas de todo el mundo, en rechazo a la cruel explotación de los animales, utilizados como materia prima, en la industria peletera.

Esta actividad ha llegado al colmo, de utilizar pieles de perros y gatos, para fabricar juguetes para los niños. Se sabe que el principal exportador peletero es China, el cual no posee legislación para la protección de animales. Algunos países han tomado acciones para detener esta crueldad. En Francia se prohibió la importación de pieles, y España está solicitando también su prohibición.

Videos obtenidos por diversas Fundaciones Internacionales de defensa animal, exponen a la luz pública, las imágenes que muestran el horror que viven millones de animales, que luchan desesperadamente, mientras los trabajadores los ponen patas arriba o colgados de sus extremidades o colas, para desollarlos vivo. Ver videos en:

http://www.strasbourgcurieux.com/fourrure
http://www.petatv.com
http://www.jlodown.com/indexEsp.asp
http://www.schweizer-tierschutz-sts.ch

Por tal motivo Aproa entregará en la Embajada de China un petitorio para que se prohíba el uso de animales en la industria peletera, ya que esta crueldad hacia los animales, no puede formar parte de ninguna cultura civilizada. Rogándoles que pongan en práctica las medidas que sean necesarias para acabar con la terrible crueldad que supone desollar a los animales todavía vivos.

Así mismo, Aproa promoverá igual que otros países, la prohibición de importación de productos derivados de la tortura animal y hace un llamado a la conciencia de la comunidad para evitar la compra y uso de abrigos y objetos de piel y en cambio preferir prendas y artículos de material sintético u otros.

Cristina Camilloni

Presidenta de Aproa

La protesta será el Día: Lunes 13 de Febrero de 2006. Lugar: Av. El Paseo, frente a la embajada de China (Quinta El Oriente), Prados del Este, Caracas. Hora: De 2:00 pm a 4:00 pm
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 5 Fév - 9:09

Deflocked! | Main | Audrey Kitching - Fur Is Dead!
Free Stuff Friday: Anti-Fur Pins March 14, 2008
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TAGGED: fur pins furisdead I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur Free Stuff Friday



You all know about the Fur Is Dead campaign by now. But what you might not know is that we're giving out free anti-fur buttons to people who sign our 100,000 Strong Against Fur petition at shows. Check our MySpace page for a list of all the places we'll be in the next few months and stop by to say hello!



We realize not everyone reading this will be at the shows, but we still wanted to give you a chance to get a free pin to show your support for campaigns against anyone killing seals, foxes, mink, and other animals for their fur. Basically, all you have to do is comment to tell us what you'd rather do than wear fur. (If you're familiar with our "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign, this will make even more sense.). It can be something you already like doing or something you absolutely hate but would still rather do than wear the skin of a dead animal.

Some examples would be:
I'd rather practice solving algebra problems than wear fur. -Rachel
I'd rather ride a unicycle than wear fur. -Ryan
I'd rather have a bird poop on my head than wear fur. -Marta

We'll pick the 10 best comments and send each person a free anti-fur pin! That's a lot of winners. So get creative and comment away!

Word.

-Pulin

P.S.- Since it's a contest, we assume you are cool with our privacy policy and terms and conditions. You have until March 24, 2008 to enter and we'll notify winners by the end of that week.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 5 Fév - 9:22

Este articulo fue escrito el 19 de julio de 2003.

Vestimenta

Los animales no son vestimenta

Cada año millones de animales sufren y mueren para confeccionar prendas de vestir. La obtención de cualquier producto de origen animal (sea este cuero, lana, o pelo) siempre implica la explotación de un individuo, y por lo tanto, privación de libertad, sufrimiento y/o muerte.

En el momento en que se “posee” o “tiene” a un animal para obtener de él un beneficio, éste deja de ser dueño de su vida, para pasar a ser propiedad de otro/a. De la misma manera que consideramos injusto que unos humanos pertenezcan a otros, ver a los demás animales como propiedades que podemos utilizar cuando nos plazca es injusto; tanto unos como otros son sujetos con intereses propios, que merecen ser igualmente respetados.

La explotación de los demás animales para la obtención de lana, cuero o pelo, es producto del mismo prejuicio que su explotación para cualquier otro producto de origen animal.

Toda forma de explotación animal se basa en la falsa idea de que estamos legitimados para utilizarles por el mero hecho de pertenecer a una especie diferente, (prejuicio conocido como especismo). Pero lo cierto es que, al igual que la “raza”, o el sexo, la especie de un individuo tampoco es relevante a la hora de respetarle.

Lo único importante para respetar el interés de alguien en vivir y ser libre, es su capacidad para sentir (sufrir y disfrutar), con total independencia de otras características irrelevantes como pueden ser el grupo al que pertenezca, su tipo o grado de inteligencia, sus habilidades lingüísticas etc.

Existen muchas alternativas a la hora de vestirnos que no implican la utilización de animales.


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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 10 Fév - 9:39

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Donna Karan Dumps Fur!
Posted at 11:33 AM | Permalink | Comments (98)

Donna Karan, the target of one of our campaigns, has announced that her fall 2009 lines will be fur-free and that she has "no plans" to use fur in the future!



PETA is now calling on activists and supporters to put the brakes on our "Donna Karan: Bunny Butcher" antics, which have included protesting outside her boutiques, crashing her runway show, and exposing her cruel use of fur online. This is a win for the real fashion victims—animals, who are routinely skinned alive for their pelts—and will allow us all to focus on Armani and other targets while keeping an eye on Donna Karan's 2010 collection.

Karan's announcement came days after PETA launched our (now offline) DonnaKaranBunnyButcher.com Web site and after mega–fashion guru Tim Gunn sent Karan and designer Giorgio Armani a video that he narrated for PETA showing animals skinned alive for their fur and urged them to open their eyes to the violent and bloody fur industry.

While Donna Karan has followed in the footsteps of top designers—including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Calvin Klein—Armani still refuses to stop using fur. Armani claims that he "only" uses fur from rabbits who are butchered for meat. We hope that you will take this opportunity to contact Armani to tell him that while the meat of gentle rabbits killed for their fur in China is sold to be eaten, the suffering that they endure is exactly the same. Point out that the cruelty depicted in this video on fur farms in both China and France show animals who are killed for both fur and meat.

If you're under the age of 21, please send a message to Armani through our youth campaign site, peta2.com.

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 10 Fév - 9:40

Noticia del 15 de octubre de 2008 :

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Victory! Zappos.com Goes Fur-Free!
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We at PETA have long loved Zappos.com for its amazing selection of leather-free shoes. In fact, we recently ranked Zappos.com the number one best vegan shoe retailer. So needless to say, when we found out that Zappos.com was selling lots of fur products, we were none too pleased.

Back in August, we wrote to the company about this, urging it to adopt a fur-free policy. At the time, the company said that it would look into the issue to gauge people's thoughts on it. So, to help speed that process up, we launched an online marketing campaign, getting members of the public to write to Zappos.com's CEO and urge him to send the pelts packing—and more than 11,000 of you did! The campaign became totally viral and social networking played a huge part—many people posted tweets on Twitter, passed around our petition on Facebook, and much more.

I mean, seriously, is this the first campaign in history ever to be won by tweeting and the slick use of other online tools? It's pretty exciting if you ask me—and also pretty novel! We are paving the way of the future, my friends.

Well, it seems that Zappos.com got the message that people hate fur, because yesterday, the company officially adopted a permanent policy never to sell any products containing the fur of an animal!

Thank you SO much, all you fantastic online activists, for helping—and thank you, Zappos.com, for making the kind decision to forgo fur now and in the future. This will help spare countless minks, rabbits, foxes, and other animals all the horrors of fur farming and trapping, such as being electrocuted, bludgeoned, and skinned alive.

Now that we're all rightfully pumped up about this exciting victory, we've decided to take on a new campaign—because, well, we can't be stopped! Please join us in asking Amazon.com to follow Zappos.com's lead and go fur-free. For those who want to learn more about the issue and find other ways to help, please visit FurIsDead.com and be sure to check out our compassionate clothing guide here.

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 10 Fév - 9:42

Noticia del 13 de octubre de 2008 :

Urge Canada Goose to Stop Selling Fur
Canada Goose, an outerwear retailer, knows about the suffering that goes into every fur-trimmed garment, but the company continues to contribute to it by using fur. With so many fashionable, warm, and durable alternatives available today, there is no excuse for Canada Goose to continue using the fur of tortured animals in its designs.

PETA has written to Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss and explained that animals killed for their fur spend their entire lives exposed to all weather conditions in cramped, filthy wire cages. We explained that fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods—including suffocation, electrocution, gassing, and poisoning—and that these methods aren't always effective, which means that animals are sometimes still conscious when they are skinned.

Please join us in urging Canada Goose to follow the lead of other designers and retailers—including Burton, North Face, Columbia Sportswear, Mountain Hardwear, Coldwater Creek, and others—who have already adopted permanent fur-free policies.

Please use the form below to send an e-mail to CEO Dani Reiss asking that he follow the lead of other designers and retailers who refuse to use fur. Ask him to remove fur from Canada Goose collections permanently!

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I was horrified to hear that Canada Goose contributes to the suffering of millions of animals by using real fur in its designs. As you know, animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy wire cages. Fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods available, including suffocation, electrocution, gassing, and poisoning. With so many alternatives to animal fur available, it's time for your company to remove fur from its collections permanently.

Please join other designers and retailers - including Burton, North Face, Columbia Sportswear, Mountain Hardwear, Coldwater Creek, and others - who have already adopted permanent fur-free policies.

I refuse to buy anything from Canada Goose until you ditch fur for good, and I will urge my family members and friends to follow my lead.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 10 Fév - 10:05

Noticia del 23 de octubre de 2008 :

Danity Kane's Naked Anti-Fur Ad
With the recent announcement on Making the Band that Danity Kane members Aubrey O'Day and D. Woods are leaving the group, PETA is forging ahead with plans to release its new anti-fur ad campaign starring all five original members.

With a string of hits and two successful albums on Bad Boy Records already under their belts, Danity Kane are well on their way to becoming the next female supergroup. These gals are overflowing with talent and compassion because it turns out that they'd rather go naked than wear fur. The pop sensations shed their clothes and posed in the buff for PETA's sexy new anti-fur PSA, urging their fans and everyone else to "be comfortable in your own skin and let animals keep theirs."

Since the group formed on MTV's hugely popular "Making the Band" series, the multi-talented quintet of Aubrey O'Day, Aundrea Fimbres, D. Woods, Dawn Richard, and Shannon Bex has taken the music industry by storm and shows no signs of slowing down. From tours, videos, and guest spots on other albums to appearances on Broadway and the latest season of "Making the Band," these gals are busy—but not too busy to stand up for a cause they believe in.

Danity Kane bared all in their new ad because they want everyone to know there's nothing glamorous or beautiful about wearing fur. "Any time we would see people wear it we'd be like, 'Gosh why'd they wear that? That's so sad. That was a living animal at one point,'" Aundrea told us.

These songbirds know that behind every collar, cuff, or jacket is a horrible, painful death. Animals such as rabbits, foxes, minks, raccoons—and even dogs and cats—who are killed for their fur are beaten, strangled, electrocuted, and drowned, and many will be skinned alive so they can be made into clothing and accessories. Says Dawn, "Animals don't have the voice to speak out, and that's where it's our place to come in and stand firm with that. And being that we're artists, we have so much power. A lot is said in these photos, and I always thought that this statement was so beautiful." Check out what else Danity Kane had to say when we chatted with them during their photo shoot.

Help us spread the word about the cruelty inherent in the fashion industry by streaming Danity Kane's video on your MySpace page. And if you haven't already done so, please sign PETA's pledge to go fur free today!


Behind the scenes of Danity Kane's photo shoot.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Ven 13 Fév - 12:49

Noticia del 20 de octubre de 2008 :

Just one month after launching an online campaign against Zappos, PETA is happy to announce that the company has agreed to go fur-free!

Thanks to everyone who helped win this important victory for animals!

By making this commitment, Zappos is joining Target, QVC, the Home Shopping Network, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap, Forever 21, Wet Seal, and dozens of other companies and designers that have gone fur-free. Unfortunately, many other big-name retailers have yet to step up to the plate for animals.

Please take just a few seconds to write to Amazon.com and ask that the company follow in Zappos' footsteps by dropping fur for good! The online megastore is currently selling a variety of fur products, including fur from rabbits and foxes. :

http://getactive.peta.org/campaign/amazon_fur

Thanks again for standing up for animals killed for their fur by helping to win our campaign against Zappos. Please also send an e-mail to Zappos at cs@zappos.com thanking the company for going fur-free.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mer 18 Fév - 14:07

You probably know by now that Donna Karan, the designer who runs the fashion labels Donna Karan and DKNY, uses animal fur in her collections—even though she once promised to stop. To help put an end to Donna Karan's fur cruelty, we just launched a new parody Web site, DonnaKaranBunnyButcher.com, and we wanted you to be one of the first to know.

Explore the site, where you can take action, watch and share videos, grab wallpaper for your computer, and stay up-to-date on our campaign to stop the bunny butcher. :

http://blog.peta.org/archives/2008/12/donna_karan.php

We've launched this campaign to help animals on fur farms, who spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy wire cages. Fur farmers use the cheapest killing methods available to end the lives of animals, including neck-breaking, suffocation, poisoning, and anal or vaginal electrocution. Many animals on fur farms are electrocuted by having rods inserted into their rectums and 240 volts of electricity sent through their bodies, frying the animals from the inside out in order to keep from damaging the pelts. The animals convulse, shake, and often cry out before suffering painful heart attacks. We need you to help these animals.

Will you please help by sharing this information with everyone you know?

There are many ways that you can share this information, which will help countless fur-bearing animals. A couple of fast and easy ways are by e-mailing our parody Web site to friends or by adding one of our new "Donna Karan: Bunny Butcher" videos to your own Web page or online profile.

Thank you for your compassion for animals this holiday season.

Very truly yours,




Ingrid E. Newkirk, President
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 2 Avr - 13:41

NOTICIA del 21.01.2006

DECENAS DE PERSONAS SE DESNUDAN EN BARCELONA
En cueros para salvar las pieles de los animales
En cueros para salvar las pieles de los animales (Imagen: Efe)
Imagen de la protesta

Unas setenta personas se han tumbado desnudas en el suelo, en la plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona, para protestar contra el uso de pieles de animales para confeccionar prendas de vestir, según han informado los organizadores del acto.
Las asociaciones ecologistas y de defensa de los animales PACMA, Vida Universal, Plataforma Animalista de Manlleu, ProcNatur, FAADA, Altarriba, Fundación Fauna y ADDA, han convocado hoy un acto de protesta en el que setenta personas -el mismo número de visones que se mata para hacer un abrigo de piel- se han tumbado en el suelo simulando ser cadáveres para proponer una reflexión a los consumidores.
Los convocantes del acto han denunciado que cada año "millones de animales son capturados en trampas, ahogados o golpeados hasta la muerte y que los que proceden de granjas peleteras son gaseados, electrocutados o estrangulados".

Según estos grupos, la peletera "es una industria cruel" y aseguran que "nada justifica matar y arrancar la piel de los animales sólo para vestir la vanidad".
Los datos de estas asociaciones señalan que en el año 2003 se mataron más de 26 millones de animales para hacer abrigos, "dejando un beneficio de casi medio millón de euros".
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Jeu 14 Mai - 10:21

Noticia del 10 de octubre de 2008 :


Esta es una foto de una granja de pieles.

No es necesario ver el video entero pero con los 10 seg. del comienzo sabran de que se trata, solo firmen al final.

AL MENOS YO NO FUI CAPAZ DE VER NI 20 SEGUNDOS.....

que pena...

Se necesitan 500 firmas. si son mas mejor , Pero 1º mira el video, porque luego SEGURO QUE FIRMARAS!!!

Atención,el video es EXTREMADAMENTE DRASTICO y CRUDO!!! PINCHA AQUI PARA VER ELVIDEO. SI TIENES CONCIENCIA APOYA LA CAUSA, DE LO CONTRARIO NO NOSINTERESAS (HAY QUE SER MUY PATA DE VACA PARA NO HACERLO).

http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/video.asp?video=fur_farm&Player=wm&speed=_med

Si estas espantado por lo que acabáis de ver en el video, escribe tu nombre y apellido al final de la lista reenvíaselo a tus contactos Y AGREGA TU NOMBRE AL FINAL DE LA LISTA ANTES DE REENVIAR esto se tiene que acabar de alguna manera, no puede seguir sucediendo estos espantosos crimenes contra los animales mas indefensos..!




Cuando la lista tenga 500 personas, por favor envíala a: PETA2@peta.org

y Gracias de antemano.. Hermano(a)

> 01. Enrique Lopez Sánchez, (Murcia - España)
> 02. Jesús Puche Moreno, (Murcia - España)
> 03. Luis Martínez Arabit, (Murcia - España)
> 04. Mª Elena Lopez Alfocea, (Murcia - España)
> 05. Rubén Martínez Meseguer, (Murcia- España)
> 06. Berta Manzano Del Cerro, (Murcia-España)
> 07. Gloria Franco León (Murcia-España)
> 08. Alejandra Angosto Bas (Murcia-España)
> 09. Cristina Pérez Martínez (Murcia-España)
> 10. Beatriz Olmo López (Murcia-España)
> 11. Andrea Ruiz López (Murcia-España)
> 12. Samuel Balibrea Sánchez (Murcia-España)
> 13. Débora Balibrea Sánchez (Murcia-España)
> 14. Virginia Alonso Dominguéz (Cáceres)
> 15. Mari Domiguez García (Cáceres)
> 16. Rubén Remírez Mangado (Navarra).
> 17. Rakel Igúzquiza Mendo (Navarra).
> 18. Javier Pascual (Navarra).
> 19. Ana Belén Suescun San Román (Navarra)
> 20. Iratxe López de Davalillo Iturrízar (Bilbao)
> 21. Argiñe López de Davalillo Iturrízar (Bilbao)
> 22. Cristina Lerena Barneto (Bilbao)
> 23. Maite Gutierrez (Bilbao)
> 24. Lorena De Frutos (Barakaldo)
> 25. Marta Vazquez Villa (Bilbao)
> 26. Noemi Chacon Gonzalez (Bilbao)
> 27. Maider Angulo Anthonisen (Bilbao)
> 28. Silvia Rico García (Bilbao)
> 29. Arianna Mendez Miguel (Bilbao)
> 30. Arantxa Malo Larrazabal (Sestao-Euskadi)
> 31. Patricia Martínez Blanco (Barakaldo-Euskadi)
> 32. Nagore Márquez Arpón (Bilbao- Bizkaia)
> 33. Patricia Marina Álvarez (Bilbo-Euskal Herria)
> 34. Carolina Celeste Coria (Buenos Aires - Argentina)
> 35. Santiago Ezequiel Coria (Buenos Aires - Argentina)
> 36. Leandro Daniel Parga (Buenos Aires - Argentina)
> 37. Ariel David Morichetti (Buenos Aires - Argentina)
> 38. Marco Palacios Ocampos (Buenos Aires – Argentina)
> 39. Constanza Matozzo (Buenos Aires-Argentina)
> 40. Laura sosa (Buenos Aires Argentina)
> 41. Belen Maccione (Buenos Aires Argentina)
> 42. Melina Braco(Buenos Aires Argentina)
> 43. Juan Manuel Duarte(Argentina)
> 44. Natalia Ludueña (Córdoba Argentina)
> 45. Francisco Salinas (Córdoba Argentina)
> 46. Leandro Solis (Cordoba Argentina)
> 47. Pamela Maia Dirchwolf (Chaco- Argentina)
> 48. Daniela Lozina (Chaco- Argentina)
> 49. Mercedes Sanchez Dansey (Resistencia Chaco Argentina)
> 50. Valeria Filipponi (Resistencia Chaco Argentina)
> 51. Antonella Filipponi (Resistencia Chaco Argentina
> 52. Mariana Pascullo (Resistencia Chaco)
> 53. Maria Celeste Romero (Córdoba-Argentina)

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> 54. Luciana Abi Mizzau (Córdoba - Argentina)
> 55. Iván Pablo Mizzau (Córdoba - Argentina)
> 56. Yamil Moss (Buenos Aires-Argentina)
> 57. Pablo Agustín Benedetto (Córdoba-Argentina)
> 58. Alejandro Defalco (buenos Aires - Argentina)
> 59. Sabrina Giselle Albareda (Buenos Aires-Argentina)
> 60. Jimena Campoamor (Buenos Aires -Argentina)
> 61. ANA JOSEFINA BRUSA (BS AS- ARGENTINA)
> 62. YANINA YEDID ( Bs.As. - ARGENTINA)
> 63. MARINA LÓPEZ( BS.AS-ARGENTINA )
> 64. Guillermo Martucci ( Bs.As, Argentina)
> 65. Maximiliano Legnani (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 66. Fiorella Runca ( Bs. As., Argentina )
> 67.Melina Runca ( Bs.As , Argentina)
> 68.Javier Serrudo (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 69. fernanda onzari(Bs As., Argentina)
> 70. Ticiana La Monica (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 71. Geraldine Pomato (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 72. Julieta Casco (BSAS, Argentina)
> 73. Sol Villasboas (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 74. Erica Jurnet (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 75. Veronica Spanu (Bs. As., Argentina)
> 76. Florencia Ordoñez (Bs.As,Argentina)
> 77. Evelina Ferrreira (Bs As Argentina)
> 78. nahuel goñalons (Bs As argentina)
> 79- Mariano Andrés Retorta (Bs As Argentina)
> 80. Daiana Claudia Fernandez (La Plata, Argentina)
> 81- Nair Creide (Bs As Argentina-)
> 82. Luis Fontana (Mar del Plata, Argentina)
> 83. Mauricio Luis Pilotta (Mar del Plata, Argentina)
> 84. Ivana Micic (La Plata - Bs.As. - Argentina)
> 85. olaechea Florencia (Bs.As. Argentina)
> 86. Pucciariello, Ornella (Ctes - Argentina)
> 87. Urdinola Andrea (Pdas, Mnes, Argentina)
> 88. Bohn Natalia (Pdas, Mnes, Argentina)
> 89. Amparo Cortes (Misiones - Argentina)
> 91. Benesz Paola (Pdas, Mnes - Argentina)
> 94. Roa Claudio (Pdas, Mnes - Argentina)
> 95. Feierabend Natalia(Pdas, Mnes - Argentina)
> 96. jorge Martignoni Posadas - Misiones)
> 97. Gabriela Ascarza (Posadas- Misiones)
> 98-Cecilia Jantzon (Posadas-Misiones)
> 99. Diana Rodriguez (Posadas-Misiones)
> 100. Alejandro Carballo (Posadas-Misiones)
> 101-Cametti Ana (Eldorado-Misiones)
> 102- Nuñez Analía (Eldorado-Misiones-Argentina)
> 103- Zaiser Ricardo (Argentina-Misiones-Eldorado)
> 104-Francisco Alvarez(Argentina-Misiones-Eldorado)
> 105-Matias Estangaferro(Argentina-Misiones -Eldorado)
> 106-Nicolas Paniagua(Argentina-Eldorado-Misiones)
> 107-Mariana Alvarez(Argentina-Eldorado-Misiones)
> 108-Matias Sotelo (Argentina-Eldorado-Misiones)
> 109-Ximena López (Argentina-Eldorado-Misiones)
> 110-Bárbara Melgarejo (Argentina-Corrientes)
> 111-Valiente, Silvia Aleja

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> 116. Robin Gutiérrez B. (Valdivia, Chile)
> 117. Eliser Mansilla l. (Valdivia - Chile)
> 118. Diego Martínez T.(Puerto Montt - Chile)
> 119. Carlos Asencio A. (Coyhaique - Chile)
> 120. Angela Peña C. (Santiago - Chile)
> 121. Marcela Andrade (santiago - Chile)
> 122. Juan Gajardo (Santiago - Chile)
> 123. Leonardo Causa (Santiago - Chile)
> 124. Francisco Galdames Grünberg (Santiago - Chile)
> 125. Rodrigo Lembach (Santiago- Chile)
> 126. Diego Fuentes (Santiago - Chile)
> 127. Camila Baeza R. (santiago – Chile)
> 128. César Guzmán M(Santiago-Chile)
> 129. Leonor Becerra A. (Santiago-Chile)
> 130. Mirko Gjakoni S. (Rancagua-Chile)
> 131. Luciano Cabrera L (Rancagua -Chile)
> 132. Erick Lagos B. (Viña del Mar - Chile)
> 133. Bernardo Elguín M. (Viña del Mar - Chile)
> 134. Evelin Elguín G. (Viña del Mar - Chile)
> 135. Daniela Aguilera P (Villa Alemana - Chile)
> 136. Ricardo Aguilera P (Viña del Mar - Chile)
> 137. Marcela Cerda A. (Santiago- Chile)
> 138. Leonardo Otaiza. (valparaiso-chile)
> 139.Mario Pacheco (Punta Arenas-CHILE)
> 140.Francisco Orellana Mansilla. (Punta Arenas-Chile)
> 141.Eduardo Mensing Borquez (Punta Arenas-Chile)
> 142.Jose Luis Fernández (Viña del Mar-Chile)
> 143. Sebastian Duque (santiago-CHILE)
> 144. nathaly estay (santiago-CHILE)
> 145. nicole estay (santiago-CHILE)
> 146. Diego Gómez G. (Santiago - Chile)
> 147. Anita Galvez S. (stgo - Chile)
> 148. María José miranda (santiago -chile)
> 149. Raúl Lay ((Stgo. Chile))
> 150. Romina Salvo (Santiago de Chile)
> 151. Israel Rojas (Santiago de chile)
> 152. Nicolás Cortez (Rancagua-Chile)¨
> 153. Shantal Donoso (Stgo. de Chile)
> 154. Francisco Donoso (Stgo. de Chile).
> 155. Alejandro Barraza M (Stgo. de Chile)
> 156. Roger LecournnC (Stgo. de Chile)
> 157. Alvaro Lecourt Q (Stgo de Chile)
> 158. Ivan Quezada A (Stgo de Chile)
> 159. Natalia Cordero A. (Temuco, Chile)
> 160. Pablo Escobar M (Temuco, Chile)
> 161. Mariela Ortega (Temuco, Chile)
> 162. Carolina lanza (Temuco,Chile)
> 163. Consuelo Pineda (Temuco, Chile)
> 164. Melissa Gonzalez Pineda (Lanco, Chile)
> 165. Richard Tejeda Matos (Santo Domingo, Rep. Dominicana)
> 166. Jorge Tilleria(Chile)
> 167. Gabriela Silva Plaza (Puerto Montt, Chile)
> 168. Susana Silva Plaza (Puerto Montt, Chile)
> 169.Juan Carlos Castro (viña del mar, Chile)
> 170. Ana Karina Bernal (Valparaiso, Chile)
> 171. Loreto Hernández Castro (Santiago, Chile)
> 172. M. Soledad Muñoz S. (Santiago, Chile)
> 173.Daniela Domínguez Valverde. (Santiago, Chile)
> 174. Fernanda S. Valdovinos Urrutia (Santiago, Chile)
> 175. Daniela Reusch B. (Stgo. Chile)
> 176.Fabiola Peña M.(Santiago. Chile)1
> 77. Patricia Ramirez S. (Santigo, Chile)
> 178. Jessica Verdugo ( Santiago, Chile)
> 179. Carlos Guardia (Santiago, Chile)
> 180. Joaquín Santibáñez (Santiago, Chile)
> 181. Paloma Ortiz (Santiago, Chile)
> 182-Natalia Narvaez Martin (Santiago,Chile)
> 183. Maria lagos Carrasco(STGO.CHILE)
> 184. Diego Ledezma Barra (STGO.CHILE)
> 185.Daniela Garrido Burgos( Stgo.Chile)
> 186. Sinthya Laiz González (Stgo. Chile)
> 187. Romina Urriola Delon (Santiago, Chile)
> 188. Jessica Poblete Gudiño (Santiago, Chile)
> 189. Matias Gonzalez Vargas (Santiago, Chile)
> 190. Lorenzo Pacheco Gudiño (Stgo. Chile)
> 191. Jorge Maulen Orellana (Stgo. Chile)
> 192. Claudia Orellana Ibàñez (Stgo. Chile)
> 193. JAzmin Pinochet Muñoz (Stgo- Chile)
> 194. ROMINA JARA MUÑOZ (STGO-CHILE)
> 195. Andres Hernandez U. (Stgo - Chile)
> 196. Ulises Fica P. (Stgo - Chile)
> 197. Carlos Moya M. (Stgo - Chile)
> 198. Aline Anguita A. (Stgo - Chile)
> 199. Angelica Leger (Rep.Dom)
> 200. Quennie Dixon (Panama)
> 201. Alberto E. Saldaña Macías (Panamá, Rep. de Panamá)`
> 202. MARIA DE LOS ANGELES MOSTAZO CORDERO (Panamá, Rep. de Panamá)`
> 203. MISHELL COLLINS (PANAMA, PANAMA)
204. Debora Carrasco (Panama, Rep. de Panama)
>205. Belisario Tunon Pinto
>206. Miriam Y. Guerrero Bethancourt (Pmá., Pmá.)
207 Horacio guerrero panama
208 diana palacios Pma
209 dania velasquez Pma
210 leticia bosquez Pma
211 Luis Ponce Pma
212 melanie ponce Pma
213 mirian bethancourt Pma
214 tiburcio bethancourt Pma
215 maribel bethancourt Pma
216 felix camarena Pma
217 Jhorelvis camarena Panamá
218 Miguel salceda panamà
219 luisa martínez panamá
220 javier bermúdez panamá
221 Juan David Hernández (Medellín, Colombia)
222 ivan dario
223 David Jácome(Colombia)
224 Ana Maria Posada Vargas225 Giovanny Alvarez
226 Oscar Quijano (Colombia)
227 OSCAR PALLARES(Colombia)
228 Ana Triviño Rueda(Colombia)
229 Carlos Enrique Cotrino Ramirez (Colombia) 'En estos momentos es cuando me pregunto cual es el desarrollo del que tanto presumimos ante las especies animales.'
230 Juan Felipe Falla (Colombia)
231 Laura Maria Salomón (Colombia)
232 Luisa Fernanda Castillo Martinez ( Colombia )
233 katherine Alexandra Ruiz Ortiz (Colombia)
234 Gregory Gonzalez ( Colombia)
235.claudia vanessa bustos hernandez ( colombia)'iniciemos por nosotros.. el no acudir a circos, el empezar a concientizarnos de no dañar el medio ambiente .. con nuestra hipocrecia..!! el solo hecho de vestirnos con pieles de animales .... maldito sea el que firme y no mire sus actos.'
236.Alfy Rosas Sanchez
237.LEONARDO BULLA TOBAR ( COLOMBIA )
238.JOSE SOTELO GRAJALES (CHIQUINQUIRA COLOMBIA)
239.EDUARDO ACELAS BALAGUERA (CHIQUINQUIRA, COLOMBIA)
240 DaRwIn gOnZalEz oRtIz
241- hermosilla gonzales jaime (colombia)

242.Acero De La Parra Hans (Bogotá, Colombia)

243.Derly mendez (Bogotá, Colombia)

244.Francy Villamil ( bogotá, colombia)

245 brayan david urrego (bogota colombia)
246 maira alejandra serrano herrera (bogotá colombia)
247 jardy karina bernal vargas (bogota colombia)

248VICTORIA BEJARANO ( BOGOTA , COLOMBIA)
249miguel angel galeano urrego(bogota, colombia)
250 Jorge mauricio reyes reyes (bogota, colombia)
251>yesenia galeano urrego (bogota colombia)
252 Erick Rodríguez Mendiola (Distrito Federal, México)
253 Lorena Carmona Ferrer (Edo.Bolívar, Venezuela)
254 YDROGO RODRIGUEZ RICARDO ANTONIO (Edo.Bolivar, VENEZUELA)
255 EDUARDO HEREDIA (Edo.Bolivar, Venezuela)
256 - Valeria Yañez (Edo. Bolívar, Venezuela) ¿Por que no le hacen lo mismo a ellos, para ver si les gusta?
257 - Luis Rodríguez (Edo. Bolívar, Venezuela)
258 - Jose Rodriguez (Edo. Bolívar, Venezuela)
259- Dayana Carolina Rodriguez Mossini (Edo. Mérida, Venezuela)
260- SANDRA LISBETH VALENCIA( MÉRIDA- VENEZUELA)
261- Maria alejandra Mora ( Merida-Venezuela)
262- luis Javier Sosa (Merida-Venezuela)
263- Mario Jesus Materan (Maracaibo-Venezuela)
264- Daymara Beatriz Di Marco ( Mèrida-Venezuela )
265- Maria del Carmen Marquez ( Mèrida-Venezuela)
266- Umberto Di Marco ( Mèrida-Venezuela )
264 - yraima Lòpez (Mèrida- Venezuela )
265 - acosta abraham ( merida-venezuela)
266 - Michael McCarthy ( Dublin - Irlanda )
267_Delfina Douenel Burns (Minnesota,US)
268.- Carla Lorena Rivas Gotopo;Merida,Venezuela.
269-.Carlina L. Rivas G.;(Merida-Venezuela)
270-. Valentina Guirigay (Mérida . Venezuela)
271-. Francia Unda (Mérida-Venezuela)
272- Mariana Muñoz (Mèrida-Venezuela).
273. Sabrina Brito (merida - vzla)
274- SOLENIA SALAS (VALENCIA-VZLA)
275- ALEXANDER SILVA(VALENCIA VENEZUELA)
276- Yordy TAvares (valencia - venezuela)
277- Rosana Gonzalez (valencia-venezuela)
278- Osmary Malpica(valencia -Venezuela)
no lo permitas pasalo¡¡¡

279- LV&$ Y€P€Z (tinaquillo-venezuela)
280-MARIA CONCEPCION SANCHEZ(CALABOZO-VENEZUELA)
281=Daniel sanchez (tachira- Venezuela)
282.- Karina Vivas Mendez (el tigre - edo. anzoategui)
283.-Daniela Malavé (San Tomé- Edo. Anzoategui)
284.-Neo Martinez (El Tigrito - Edo.Anzoategui)
285.- YENIMER DLA' YSSA H (ANZOATEGUI- VENEZUELA)
286.- Karlen D. Perez V. (El Tigre- Venezuela)
287.- Carlos E. Sifontes M. (El Tigre, Edo. Anzoátegui, Venezuela)
288 Elvis Gúzman (Anzoategui-Venezuela)
289 Yosmer Tovar (Anzoátegui-Venezuela)
290 LUIS Wissam Habib (Anzoategui- Venezuela) 'espero que alguien pueda parar eso'
291 Rayden Carpio (Anzoategui-Venezuela)
292... Rosalia Vivas (Anaco...Anzoátegui - Venezuela)
293: JORGE SILVA(Anzoategui-Venezuela)
294) DE ABREU REYNALDO(ANACO-VENEZUELA)
295) Zalem Jose (Anzoategui - Venezuela)
296 Gutierrez Marin Dianela Alejandra ( PARIAGUÀN ANZOÀTEGU VENEZUELA)
297 lopez romero daniela fernanda ( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
298 peco johany ( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
299 mendoza diana( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
230 ordaz diego( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
231 perez ana( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
232 GUZMAN ASTRID( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
234 GUEVARA YOLISMAR( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
235 GUTIERREZ NADIA( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
236 GIL GUTIERREZ ANDRES EDUARDO( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
237 MARICUTO YAIMER( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
238 CORREA ARMANDO( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
240 SANCHEZ MARIA( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
241 RUIZ ASNEL( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
242 HERNANDEZ JUAN( PARIAGUAN VENEZUELA)
243 RAMOS MARIO ( ANACO ANZOATEGUI)
244 CUADROS CARLOS( COSTA RICA)
245 RAMOS ALEXIS ( CARACAS VENEZUELA)
246 ROMERO LUISA( PARIAGUAN)
247 APONTE YOLIMAR( CARACAS VENEZUELA)
248 FRANCELIS CAROLINA( CARACAS VENEZUELA)
249 SPERANZA YERALDIN( CARACAS VENEZUELA)
250 César Daniel (Monterrey - México)
251 Gómez Mariana (Pariaguan-Anzoategui- Venezuela)
252 ANDRES ROJAS (CUMANÀ-SUCRE- VENEZUELA)
253 PAULINA FERNANDEZ (CUMANA-SUCRE - VENEZUELA)
254 Julio Barcia (cumaná-Sucre-Venezuela)

255. MAGGIE CAROLA CÁCERES REY (CUMANÁ-SUCRE-VENEZUELA)
256. Loucelly J. Bastardo R. (CUMANÁ-SUCRE-VENEZUELA)

EDWIN A. BASTARDO R. (CUMANA-SUCRE-VENEZUELA)
Raphael A. Hurtado C. (Cumaná,Sucre,Venezuela)
258----HUGO GIL.(CUMANA-VENEZUELA MUCHACHO...)
259- Diana Guzmán (Cumana_edo_Sucre-Venezuela)
260-John Brian Schneider Tenorio A. (Lima - Peru)

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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mer 2 Sep - 5:30

Videos about fur : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-W4EmYHUX8
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 6 Avr - 12:13

December 24, 2009

Fur farms: (global)- another great American shame. Even in the U.S. the wild animals are raised under appalling, unregulated, unhealthy conditions, only to be anally electrocuted or have their heads bashed in for skinning, some even skinned while still alive (esp. in Asia).

These beautiful wild animals are kept in tiny, cold cages with wire mesh bottoms for drainage. They are not allowed any of their natural behavior, which may include nesting, socializing, playing, etc. They often go psychotic and spin endlessly in circles. Many get their little paws caught in the wire mesh and may break a limb off. Many cages are outdoors, and the animals are kept winter and summer, left to survive in freezing cold weather with nowhere to nest. Veterinary care is nonexistant as it would cut into profits. These fur farms are uninspected and operate entirely as the owners see fit. It’s an “anything goes” environment, rife with the most apalling abuses imaginable.

Who’s fighting it: ALF (in the U.S.), Peta, HSUS, IDA, WSPA, the McCartneys, Born Free USA, Life Force Foundation, Animal Alliance, Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade (U.K.), ALV, Fur-Bearer Defenders (Canada), animalconcerns.org, furfreenyc.org, wiserearth.org, antifurcoalition.org, all-creatures.org, ecodefense.com, antifursociety.org, furisdead.com

“Life on the “Ranch” To cut costs, fur farmers pack animals into small cages, preventing them from taking more than a few steps back and forth. This crowding and confinement is especially distressing to minks——solitary animals who may occupy up to 2,500 acres of wetland habitat in the wild. The anguish and frustration of life in a cage leads minks to self-mutilate——biting at their skin, tails, and feet——and frantically pace and circle endlessly. Zoologists at Oxford University who studied captive minks found that despite generations of being bred for fur, minks have not been domesticated and suffer greatly in captivity, especially if they are not given the opportunity to swim. Foxes, raccoons, and other animals suffer just as much and have been found to cannibalize their cagemates in response to their crowded confinement

Animals in fur factory farms are fed meat byproducts considered unfit for human consumption. Water is provided by a nipple system, which often freezes in the winter or might fail because of human error. Poison and Pain No federal humane slaughter law protects animals in fur factory farms, and killing methods are gruesome. Because fur farmers care only about preserving the quality of the fur, they use slaughter methods that keep the pelts intact but that can result in extreme suffering for the animals. Animals may have clamps attached to or rods forced into their mouths and rods are forced into their anuses, and they are painfully electrocuted. Other are poisoned with strychnine, which suffocates them by paralyzing their muscles with painful, rigid cramps. Gassing and neck-breaking are other common slaughter methods in fur factory farms.

The fur industry refuses to condemn even blatantly cruel killing methods. Genital electrocution——deemed “unacceptable” by the American Veterinary Medical Association in its “2000 Report of the AVMA Panel on Euthanasia”——causes animals to suffer from cardiac arrest while they are still conscious. In 1994, Indiana became the first state to file criminal charges against a fur factory farm after PETA investigators documented genital electrocution at V-R Chinchillas. The chinchilla fur industry considers electrocution and neck-breaking “acceptable.”

Dog and cat fur When PETA conducted an undercover investigation into the dog and cat fur trade in 2005, investigators went to an animal market in Southern China and found that dogs and cats were languishing in tiny cages, visibly exhausted. Some had been on the road for days, transported in flimsy wire-mesh cages with no food or water. Animals were packed so tightly into cages that they could not move. Because of the cross-country transport in such deplorable conditions, our investigators saw dead cats on top of the cages, dying cats and dogs inside the cages, and cats and dogs with open wounds. Some animals were lethargic, and others were fighting with each other, driven insane from confinement and exposure. All of them were terrified.

Investigators reported that up to 8,000 animals were loaded onto each truck, with cages stacked on top of each other. Cages containing live animals were tossed from the tops of the trucks onto the ground 10 feet below, shattering the legs of the animals inside them. Many of the animals still had collars on, a sign that they were once someone’’s beloved companions, stolen to be bludgeoned, hanged, bled to death, and strangled with wire nooses so that their fur can be turned into coats, trim, and trinkets.

Undercover investigators from Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International toured fur farms in China’s Hebei Province and found that foxes, minks, rabbits, and other animals were pacing and shivering in outdoor wire cages, exposed to everything from scorching sun to freezing temperatures to driving rain. Disease and injuries are widespread on these farms, and animals suffering from anxiety-induced psychosis chew on their own limbs and repeatedly throw themselves against the cage bars.

The globalization of the fur trade has made it impossible to know where fur products come from. Skins move through international auction houses and are purchased and distributed to manufacturers around the world, and finished goods are often exported. Even if a fur garment’’s label says that it was made in a European country, the animals were likely raised and slaughtered elsewhere——possibly on an unregulated Chinese fur farm.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 6 Avr - 12:14

December 20, 2009

Fur trapping: (global)– a whole separate atrocity from fur farming and skinning– animals left in traps, sometimes for days. Often stomped on by trappers if found still alive. About two-thirds of the animals caught in the indiscriminate traps are “junk” catch– animals not used for fur, including domestic dogs and cats.

Who’s fighting it: HSUS, IDA, Mercy for Animals, Animal Alliance, Peta, ALF, DownBound.com, Born Free USA, Life Force Foundation, ALV, Fur-Bearer Defenders, animalconcerns.org, furfreenyc.org, wiserearth.org, antifurcoalition.org,all-creatures.org, ecodefense.com, antifursociety.org, bancrueltraps.com

Although the majority of animals slaughtered for their fur come from notoriously cruel fur factory farms, every year, trappers kill 10 million raccoons, coyotes, wolves, bobcats, opossums, nutria, beavers, otters, and other fur-bearing animals.

Varieties of Trapping

There are various types of traps, including snares, underwater traps, and Conibear traps, but the leghold trap is the most widely used. The American Veterinary Medical Association calls these traps “inhumane.” This simple but barbaric device has been banned in 88 countries and in a growing number of states across the U.S. since 1973, including California, Florida, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Washington state. In 1994, Arizona banned the use of leghold traps on public lands. California voters prohibited all commercial leghold traps in 1998, and Washington voters followed suit, adding a ban on body-gripping traps, in November 2000. When an animal steps on the leghold trap spring, the trap’s jaws slam on the animal’s limb. The animal will frantically struggle in excruciating pain as the trap cuts into his or her flesh, often down to the bone, mutilating the foot or leg. Some animals, especially mothers desperate to get back to their young, fight so vigorously that they attempt to chew or twist off their trapped limb. This struggle may last hours. Eventually, the animal succumbs to exhaustion and often exposure, frostbite, shock, and death.

If trapped animals do not die from blood loss, infection, or gangrene, they will probably be killed by predators or hunters. Victims of water-set traps, including beavers and muskrats, can take up to 20 agonizing minutes to drown. Because many trapped animals are mutilated by predators before trappers return, pole traps are often used. A pole trap is a form of leghold trap that is set in a tree or on a pole. Animals caught in these traps are hoisted into the air and left to hang by the caught appendage until they die or the trapper arrives to kill them. Conibear traps crush animals’ necks, applying 90 pounds of pressure per square inch. It takes animals three to eight minutes to suffocate in these traps.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 6 Avr - 12:14

December 22, 2009

Traps do not always kill

For animals who stay alive in the traps, further torture awaits them when the trappers return. State regulations on how often trappers must check their traps vary from 24 hours to one week. Some states have no regulations at all. To avoid damaging the pelt, trappers usually beat or stomp their victims to death. A common stomping method is to pin the head with one foot and stand on the chest area near the heart with the other foot for several minutes, which suffocates the animal.

“Accidental” victims

Every year, dogs, cats, birds, and other animals, including endangered species, are crippled or killed by traps. Trappers call these animals “trash kills” because they have no economic value. In Middleboro, Mass., the body of a skinned dog was found with his front paw missing. Evidence led the investigating officer to believe a trapper caught the dog in a leghold trap, then shot and skinned him. In Oregon, a woman watched helplessly as her companion dog let out screams of pain after stepping into a steel-jaw leghold trap hidden in a meadow frequented by people and their companion dogs. It took three firefighters 24 grueling minutes to release the terrified dog from the trap. In Montana, a woman walking her dogs on public land struggled frantically as her canine companion screamed and writhed in agony when he suddenly became trapped by a baited Conibear trap. She unsuccessfully tried to release the clamp as her beloved companion slowly suffocated. “I’ve never seen anything as traumatic as this girl trying to raise the dog from the trap,” said a witness who heard the woman’s screams for help. Later, she discovered that another dog had been caught in a Conibear trap on the same trapline only six days earlier and that the trapper responsible for the traps had been informed at that time by a game warden.
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MessageSujet: Re: buy fur QUITO FR CA   Mar 6 Avr - 12:15

December 15, 2009

Fur : Ecological Concerns

Contrary to fur-industry propaganda, there is no ecologically sound reason to trap animals for fur; In fact, trapping disrupts wildlife populations by killing healthy animals needed to keep their species strong, and populations are further damaged when the parents of young animals are killed. Left alone, animal populations can and do regulate their own numbers. Even if human intervention or an unusual natural occurrence caused an animal population to rise temporarily, the group would soon stabilize through natural processes no more cruel, even at their worst, than the pain and trauma of being trapped and slaughtered by humans. Killing animals because they might starve or might get sick is simply an excuse for slaughter motivated by greed and ignorance

Recent progress: Israel has introduced the world’s first nationwide bill to prohibit the fur industry in its entirety, including all importation, production and all sales in Israel. Also the 2009 EU ban on seal fur will make a huge difference on the annual Canadian seal slaughter.
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