World Cup Winners

Published by PETA.

With people glued to their TVs to watch the final matches of the World Cup, a group of folks from PETA Asia, Fur Free South Africa, and the South African Naturist Federation—as well as fans from all over the world—seized the moment to speak out for animals who are killed for their fur. 

From China (where animals on fur farms are commonly skinned alive and even cats and dogs are killed for their fur) to Canada (where hundreds of thousands of baby seals have their heads bashed in every year), the fur trade represents cruelty of global proportions. Let’s unite and take action to reach our goal: a world in which no more animals are killed to become coats, collars, and cuffs.

Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

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