Ban fur farming in Canada
Every year, more than two million animals—mostly minks and foxes—are confined in tiny cages on factory fur farms in Canada, living in misery. The animals are then killed for their fur, which is sold to the fashion industry.
Kept in small enclosures, often without adequate access to food, water and veterinary medical care, these wild animals are prevented from engaging in important natural behaviors such as roaming, burrowing and swimming. These conditions cause severe psychological distress and physical harm to the animals. Farmed foxes are usually killed by anal electrocution, and farmed minks are typically killed by gassing with carbon monoxide. Beyond the cruelty, fur farms are also damaging the environment by leaching toxic waste runoff into waterways.
Now, we have a chance to end factory fur farms in Canada.