Foxes fed to death for “flawless” furs sold to Gucci, Michael Kors and Louis Vuitton!

According to the activist group of Oikeutta eläimille, these foxes would weigh more than 19 kilograms, more than five times their normal weight. After being force-fed, these animals would be subjected to a dry regime to relax their fur and thus recover a maximum of material for the auctions.

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To puncture their fur without damaging them, the breeders wait until foxes die of force-feeding, in which case they use even more radical methods by breaking their necks or placing them in gas chambers.

Since the publication of these photos, the Finnish Fur Breeders’ Association has asked for the location of these five farms in order to send veterinarians on site and see the situation.

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In the Finnish law, animal welfare stipulates that breeding which causes suffering to animals is completely forbidden.

It is under the brand Saga Furs that are sold these skins of blue foxes. During auctions, 83% of buyers belong to large groups, including large luxury homes such as Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Gucci.

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Every year, fur farms around the world raise and kill 1 billion animals. In addition to animals bred in captivity for their fur, others are trapped and captured in the wild.

The foxes are not the only animals to serve the big names of luxury homes, there are also mink, rabbits, chinchillas, dogs, cats also used in the fashion industry.

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Let’s hope that these cruel methods push some large groups to stop using synthetic fur, as was the case for The Kooples brand which made the decision last September to completely abandon animal fur.

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