Conceptualize living in abominable circumstances your whole life

Conceptualize living in abominable circumstances your whole life, in an uncomfortable cage with no food or water. Then all of a sudden you’re transported out of a cage, approximately beaten to death, skin lacerate off, then your murdered and thrown out like garbage. This may seem like a scene out of 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, but this happens on daily basis to animals all over the world. Every year over 50 million animals including millions of dogs and cats are killed for their fur worldwide. (Fur.IDA) Animals are murder in gruesome ways like bludgeoning, neck-breaking, and genital electrocution. According to The Montana Trappers Association, “fur trade was one of the earliest and most important industries in North America.” Fur trade started around the 1500’s as an exchange between Indians and European and ended being mass produce in slaughterhouses. One organization has been fighting for animal rights and that organization is PETA. PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members. PETA is a nonprofit organization that supports animal rights and anti-animal cruelty. PETA mission statement states, PETA focuses their attention on animals, the food industry, the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. (PETA) The second organization that fights the cause for animals rights is the International Anti-Fur Coalition (IAFC). IAFC ultimate goal is not only making fur history a thing of the past, out of fashion and sight but also out of the law. Fur should be not only immoral but also illegal. Making fur illegal is an idea that should not sound surrealistic, as the world is evolving, whether furriers like it or not. Slaughtering animals for fur. Conceptualize living in abominable circumstances your whole life, in an uncomfortable cage with no food or water. Then all of a sudden you’re transported out of a cage, approximately beaten to death, skin lacerate off, then your murdered and thrown out like garbage. This may seem like a scene out of 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, but this happens on daily basis to animals all over the world. Every year over 50 million animals including millions of dogs and cats are killed for their fur worldwide. (Fur.IDA) Animals are murder in gruesome ways like bludgeoning, neck-breaking, and genital electrocution. According to The Montana Trappers Association, “fur trade was one of the earliest and most important industries in North America.” Fur trade started around the 1500’s as an exchange between Indians and European and ended being mass produce in slaughterhouses. One organization has been fighting for animal rights and that organization is PETA. PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members. PETA is a nonprofit organization that supports animal rights and anti-animal cruelty. PETA mission statement states, PETA focuses their attention on animals, the food industry, the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. (PETA) The second organization that fights the cause for animals rights is the International Anti-Fur Coalition (IAFC). IAFC ultimate goal is not only making fur history a thing of the past, out of fashion and sight but also out of the law. Fur should be not only immoral but also illegal. Making fur illegal is an idea that should not sound surrealistic, as the world is evolving, whether furriers like it or not. Slaughtering animals for fur