Fur isn't just fabric, it has a face, a personality and a desire to be loved. Every year over 1,500 foxes in the US are brutally killed, pelted and turned into an article of fashion.
With little to no regulations in the US, these foxes live their lives in tiny wire cages with just enough room to turn around, groom and use the restroom. They are not given room to play or be a fox. Suspended off of the ground, fur farm foxes only ever know the feeling of wire under their feet. They never receive veterinary care or proper nutrition.
Generally only handled by yanking the scared fox out by its tail or using a metal claw around their neck, these foxes live their lives broken and in fear. They don't know what it means to be shown love.
For most fur farm foxes, their life ends before the age of 1. When their winter coat is the fluffiest they are killed, most commonly by anal electrocution, pelted and made into a coat or other piece of clothing. Their bodies than discarded or burned. Did you know it takes 15 - 40 foxes just to make one coat?
These amazing animals deserve so much better and we want to see that happen. We are working to educate, raise awareness. give a voice to the voiceless and a face to the faceless.
Your support is helping us save the lives of amazing foxes born into the fur trade and living in fear. You are joining us in giving a face to the faceless and a voice to the voiceless.
Would you like to join us in giving a voice to the voiceless and a face to the faceless? Click here to visit our merchandise shop and help us show everyone the face of fur.
Join us and show your support for foxes trapped on fur farms. As a Face of Fur Warrior you are taking a stand against the fur trade and joining us in showing the world the Face of Fur!
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