Globally, over 50 million animals are killed for fur every year. They are mostly foxes, minks, raccoon dogs and chinchillas.

The animals spend their whole lives in small bare cages. They have no opportunities to fulfill their natural needs, like swimming for a mink or digging for a fox. This confined environment causes huge stress and leads to cases of self-harm, cannibalism and mental health issues.

Injuries to paws, tails, bitten ears, oozing eyes, apathetic or frantic behavior are a common sight on fur farms. The animals are rarely treated medically. When still young, they are killed by electric shock or are gassed before they mature.