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  • 27
  • Aug

12 Reasons Why Ireland Needs to Ban Fur Farms ASAP

Compassionate people the world over are dead set against fur. Killing an animal for his or her skin is just inexcusable. But did you know that 73 per cent of fur farms are located here in Europe and that in Ireland minks are still having their skins ripped off every day to feed the global demand for animal pelts?

Here are 12 reasons why this shameful situation needs to end right now:

  1. We Animals Mink FarmBanning fur farming in Ireland would save 225,000 mink each year from being imprisoned, abused and slaughtered.
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  • 02
  • Aug

One More Reason to Ditch Fur – the Environment

If you’re wearing fur, there can be only one explanation – that you’re unaware of the appalling suffering that animals endure at the hands of this cruel industry. There’s another important reason to shun fur, though – it also hurts the planet. A recent study by an independent research organisation found that “a natural mink fur product will always have a higher environmental impact than faux fur”. This is hardly surprising – like all factory farming, fur farms produce copious amounts of toxic waste, from high volumes of animal faeces to the … Read more.


  • 25
  • Nov

Spreading the Word on Fur-Free Friday!

It’s time to get into the fur-free spirit! Fur-Free Friday is 25 November, a day when, all around the world, people who care about animals will be out in force to educate holiday shoppers about the cruelty inherent in the fur trade.

Most fur in European shops nowadays comes from China, where animals raised for their fur endure filthy, cramped cages before they are killed in violent and painful ways. Some animals are still alive as long as 10 minutes after they have been skinned. Our recent video, narrated by Natalie … Read more.


  • 03
  • Mar

Pamela Anderson Says Think About Your Mink

Pamela Anderson finds so many new and creative ways to help animals every day that we’re starting to think she should be called Saint Pam. When she was invited to launch a swanky new club in Los Angeles owned by a Danish entrepreneur, Pam used the opportunity to talk to the Scandinavian media covering the event about the cruelty of Danish fur farms.

Denmark is not far behind China in mink production, and Saga, an international organisation that pushes designers to use fur, is based there. Danish animal advocacy group AnimaRead more.