s1m17 Posted March 20, 2006 Share Posted March 20, 2006 I wasn't sure if this was more suited to the Fur Den forum or off topic.. So I just chose off topic. Try searching for Fur Clothing on http://www.wikipedia.org. If you read the part on Common Sources it gives (what I believe) a highly biased description of the methods used to obtain fur from animals. "Many of these animals are caught in painful traps and suffer for days before they are killed. Animals raised on fur ranches are no luckier. Since there are no laws to govern how they are treated or killed, millions of animals are raised in tiny, unsanitary cages with no veterinary care." I always thought Wikipedia was meant to have articles which were as objective as possible, this seems highly biased. What does everyone else think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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