‘Foxes’ on the Loose in Finland

Published by PETA.



The temperature may have been well below freezing, but PETA’s foxes heated up the bustling streets of Helsinki, the capital of Finland—which has a record of killing more foxes for their fur than almost any other nation. Thanks to Riina Laine’s masterful body painting, these ladies were the objects of nonstop attention—and they spread the message that only animals should wear fur.




The easiest—and chicest—way to save a fox (and a dog and a cat and a mink and a—yeah, you get the picture) is to pledge to go fur-free forever.

Written by Logan Scherer

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind