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  • Electrocuting fur-bearing animals anally and genitally is an stressful kill technique used often to limit damage to fur. New York is the only state in which this cruel method is banned.
  • 85 percent of the fur industry’s skins come from animals who were imprisoned on fur factory farms, where they are packed into strictly packed, soiled wire cages and later often painful living.
  • There are no penalties for people who harming animals on fur farms in China, which is the world’s biggest fur exporter, supplying more than half of the complete clothing in the US.
  • One billion rabbits are killed each year so that their fur can be used in clothing or for lures in fly-fishing or trim on craft items.
  • In China, more than 2 million cats and hundreds of thousands of dogs are bludgeoned, hanged, bleed to death, and often skinned alive for their fur.
  • Fur farms harm the environment. One million pounds of feces are produced annually by U.S. mink farms alone. One dangerous component of this waste is nearly 1,000 tons of phosphorus, which pollutes nearby rivers and streams.
  • After an animal has been slaughtered, his or her skin is treated with toxic chemicals to keep it from rotting and decomposing in the buyer’s closet.
  • One-third of all fur sold in the U.S. come from animals killed in steel-jaw traps. These traps smash into close on an animal’s branch.This type of methods causes severe pain and foliage the animal fixed and hungry, sometimes for days. The conibear entrap crush an animal’s neck by applying 90 pounds of force per square inch, leave that animal to suffer for an additional three to eight minutes while he or she slowly suffocates.

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