Written by PETA
Last Friday, activists around the world came out in droves to speak out for animals who are killed for their skins. In our home base of Norfolk, Virginia, more than 40 PETA staffers and supporters—including three gorgeous painted ladies—took a stand outside a local mall.
Dozens of Washington, D.C., activists held four protests in six hours, and everything went off without a hitch!
Passersby in Ottawa gasped in horror upon seeing the "after" shots of skinned animals.
The walking dead took to the streets in Germany.
Our friends AnimaNaturalis dripped with fake blood in Mexico City.
And from International Anti-Fur Coalition, a record-breaking 500 activists mobilized in Israel.
Keep on speaking up for animals who live and die in misery for the fur trade. Share the pledge to be fur-free with everyone you know!
Written by Jennifer O'Connor
YAY!! Go PETA! But I am concerned because public ignorance still remains high. People just still don't seem to "get it." Especially on the facebook page of Nordstroms. I posted several posts about going fur free, and they keep deleting them! Please go and 'like' Nordstrom's page and let's absolutely flood them with fur free comments!!
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