Toronto Tourists Welcome the ‘Grim Reapers’

Published by PETA.



Toronto Grim Reaper


I imagine this is what a certain fur hag might look like on a “good” day.

PETA’s “Grim Reapers” recently greeted tourists at a crowded tour-bus stop in Toronto to reveal frightening facts about Canada’s shame: the cruel slaughter of baby seals for their fur. Their scary outfits didn’t stop tourists from high-fiving them—and tour bus operators were eager to point out our demonstrators to their passengers.


Toronto Grim Reaper


I’m dying to know: Which fugly fur wearer does our “Grim Reaper” most remind you of?

Written by Karin Bennett

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