Suzanne McCabe Would Rather Go Naked than Wear Fur
|Suzanne McCabe's sexy anti-fur ad |
Just about anyone with a heartbeat takes notice when top Irish model Suzanne McCabe poses, and her brand-new ad for PETA and ARAN – the Animal Rights Action Network of Ireland – is no exception. Wearing nothing but earrings next to the tagline "Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked", McCabe's ad promises to make anyone who sees it think twice before they buy or wear fur. The ad debuts just as the Republic of Ireland has announced that it will phase-out fur farming in three years.
Animals raised on fur farms go insane from being confined to tiny, filthy cages in all weather extremes before they are electrocuted, poisoned or gassed or have their necks broken. An undercover investigation of fur farms in China – now the world's leading fur exporter – revealed that animals, including cats and dogs, are often skinned alive. On Irish fur farms, up to 150,000 minks and silver foxes are gassed and anally electrocuted annually.
This is PETA and ARAN's first Irish naked anti-fur ad. Suzanne is in good company. Many international celebrities, including Eva Mendes, Pamela Anderson and Jamelia, have posed naked for PETA to urge consumers to stay away from fur.
Suzanne McCabe wants you to be comfortable in your own skin and stop buying and wearing fur now. Join her today by taking our pledge to be fur-free!
Pledge to Be Fur-Free!
I won't support an industry that causes animals a lifetime of suffering and a cruel and painful death. No animals will be tortured and killed just so that I can wear them. By signing my name, I pledge to be fur-free.
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