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Natalie Imbruglia Narrates Anti-Fur Video

Written by PETA | September 20, 2010

Australian singer, actor and X Factor judge Natalie Imbruglia is so torn up about the animals whose skins are ripped from their backs to make fur coats and trim that she has narrated a new video for PETA Australia. The video exposes how animals are electrocuted, bludgeoned, and skinned alive for the fur industry

PETA Australia is sending Natalie’s video to many of Oz’s top designers in order to urge them to leave fur out of their designs. Let’s also urge our friends and family to leave fur out of their wardrobe by sharing Natalie’s hard-hitting video with them.

Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

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  • Brenda Rangel says:

    This is horrific, China murders Dogs and Raccoons in a horrific way to get their fur, sometimes skinned alive. I will never buy fur or faux fur, the Chinese government should be attacked

  • Maya says:

    Ugh, ugh, ugh! This is so horrible! I just had an argument with some idiot who said fur was “eco-friendly” and “sustainable”. What a moron. Now I don’t even like the idea of using old fur from great grandparents – just get it out of my sight. Even fake fur upsets me after this. Unreal.

  • Brenda Armour says:

    I thought I had seen enough but this has moved me to tears (again). I will continue to fight in Prince Edward Island , Canada the Seal Hunt and the proposed Mink Farm on PEI . We share the blame as Canadians if we donot lend our voice against the fur industry. If you are Canadian please let PM Stephen Harper and Gail Shea the Minister for Fisheries know the slaughter of Seals must end. We are waiting word on the proposed Mink Farm on PEI. I’m so proud to be part of the protests, the letters and petitions sent out . I wish every Canadian would watch a little of this video and understand as the video clearly shows that there is no humane way to slaughter animals for fur. Thanks PETA for all your hard work and support. Being involved with PETA as a supporter has enriched my life and although I’m just one woman in the Maritimes standing up for Seals it still matters.

  • Rachel says:

    After being in tears and praying for forgivness for the human race it can all be summed up by this The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated Ghandi

  • Joanne forrest says:

    I can’t watch all of the video…It is way to disturbing…What is wrong with some people. How could anyone in there right mind do this…this is barbaric shameful & unnecessary.Its 2010 NOT B.C…This must be stopped..Wouldn’t you just love to do to the same to those pitiful poor excuses for men

  • veronica says:

    stop this barbaries

  • Sha' says:

    Wearing fur says a lot about a person. Wearing fur after watching a video like this, and knowing what goes into making fur clothing. Says even more about you. I honestly would want nothing to do with a person, who could watch this and still wear the pelts of tortured dead animals.

  • PASCALE says:

    I can’t believe how men can be so cruel…….The people who wear fur should all see how those clothes are made, It’s the 21 st century for God’s sake……

  • kerryperson says:

    This is so horrific,I can’t eevn watch it…this has got to stop!! There is NO need for us to wear fur…this should be aginst the law…I can’t believe that our government still allows this!

  • bordas says:

    arretez cette horreur

  • Pavan says:

    Why not open peta stores so that people would have the easy of selecting right kind of stuffs. This would be a big step surely. What say?

  • Maggie says:

    Very good information how they torture innocent animals for furs, for people who doesnt think but wants to wear something they really dont need. That video made me feel sick and angry at the same time and I think Im not the only one, these things should be informed more and showed the videos to those who buy fur products just to make them think what they do to those lovely animals.