Old Furry Stuff #1 - by RGibson The shirt on the right is a "Kitty Malone" shirt by the late artist John Spiedel, who was in Rowrbrazzle and Huzzah back in the day. The item on the left is a furry pin-up calender by Dan Flahive, who stopped producing art shortly after this came out. I've NEVER seen another copy of this. It has 6 pin-ups by Flahive, 1 by Bucky_boy and 6 by the late Michael-Scot McMurry.
Gaze upon this terribly tiny and adorable rescued glider joey By Johnny Lieu2016-07-29 04:57:41 UTC Image: TARONGA ZOO Australia has plenty of scary animals but there are more than plenty adorable ones too. Take for instance this incredibly tiny yellow-bellied glider joey. She and her mother were rescued after surviving a collision with a barbed wire fence. Sad face. The 10-week-old glider and her mum are currently being treated at the Taronga Wildlife Hospital in Sydney Australia after…
Megan: Topshop are one of the major retailers to have recently stopped using angora in their collections. The rabbits fur is ripped out, and once it grows back the horrific process is repeated for the next 2-5 years. If any of the rabbits survive they are hung upside down, and have their throats slit. The remains will then be sold. This mostly happens in China, a country that has no penalties for the abuse and mistreatment of animals. More shockingly China produces 90% of all Angora fur.
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H&M stops making angora goods after video shows China rabbit torture
H&M (temporarily) stops making angora goods after a public outcry over a video showing how angora fur is harvested. In China, it is legal to pluck fur from live rabbits, and some think it makes for better fur.