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French Pop Starlet Shows ‘The Rest of Your Fur Coat’

Written by PETA | October 13, 2008

PETA France got extra lucky when they snagged hot singer Eve Angeli to pose for their newest anti-fur ad. However, this beauty really took it to the next level when she posed alongside a skinned fox and the tagline “This Is the Rest of Your Fur Coat.” She really wants the world to see just how gruesome the fur trade can be, and for that we adore her.


Eve Angeli


Another reason we love Eve is that she’s so dedicated. This is not the first time she has signed up to help animals on fur farms. She once stripped down to tell the world she’d “rather go naked than wear fur.” She’s even done a nude calendar to help animals on fur farms!

Eve became an avid supporter of this cause years ago after she saw pictures of animals on fur farms. In an interview with PETA France, she said, “I saw pictures that traumatized me—at least they shocked me for real. We become aware of the agony of those animals abused on fur farms in confined cages.”

If you haven’t yet, you should definitely pledge to be fur-free, or as Eve might say in French: Je m’engage à NE PAS PORTER DE FOURRURE.

Written by Christine Doré

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  • lynda downie says:

    Merci beaucoup Eve!!!

  • claudia marrapodi says:

    since many years i’m living in france and so i know this wonderful star from french television and here i would like to thank her personally in her mothertongue chre et admirable eve angeli je vous remercie de tout mon coeur de votre courage et engagement pour nos amis les animaux qui sont sans dfence et compltement innocents! vous etes une merveilleuse star et chanteuse! que dieu vous bnisse et garde vos sublimes talents! furthermore today arrived the new peta animal times here in my place in france! it’s great like always! thank you peta for your steadyness and great work! you shall hear from me again around christmas when i shall renew my membership like every year!

  • SASHA says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words! This says it all!