howtoskinatiger:

wellscrewyoutoo:

http://m.wikihow.com/Tell-the-Difference-Between-Real-Fur-and-Faux-Fur

Hey guys this is a link to a page where it will tell you a few simple ways to tell the difference between fake fur and real fur

Animals are literally tortured every day to provide furs for gloves, purses, coats and other useless items that you don’t really need!

Fake fur looks just as good for less of a price

Thanks guy <3 

fishofjelly

Animals are not skinned alive for their fur. It’s a myth created by groups with an agenda who want your money. 

Fake fur is actually extremely damaging to the environment. The drilling and extraction of oil and then the production of the fur causes huge amounts of pollution and environmental damage. Faux fur also doesn’t bio-degrade and so once the garment is no longer wanted it’ll sit in landfill for hundreds of years. Real fur, on the other hand, is much more environmentally friendly and, unlike faux, is sustainable and renewable. 

Wearing fake fur also promotes the wearing of all types of fur, so if you’re against the real thing then you should be against all fur clothing, real or fake. 

waasabi:

Edinburgh Zoo on 22/08/14 by Lesley4444

bigcatkingdom:

White Young Eurasian Lynx (by Truus & Zoo)

earthlynation:

Caracal (by Ami 211)

WARNING: DO NOT BUY THIS DOG FOOD

loudblackram:

plushestrumpest:

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DO NOT BUY THIS BRAND.

Pedigree is on a nationwide recall.

Pedigree made my 6 month old puppy too ill to eat anything for days.

If you have this brand please toss it and buy Purina, Science Diet, or Blue.

Please do not feed this to you animals.

Do not buy this brand.

It’s true

Reckless Tiger Cub Petting Zoo: Undercover Investigation at GW Exotic Animal Park

panthxra:

For approximately 4 months in the summer and fall of 2011, a Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) investigator worked as an animal caretaker at GW Exotic Animal Park (“GW”) in Wynnewood, Okla. where hundreds of animals – most of them dangerous exotics such as tigers, lions, bears, chimpanzees and other primates – are caged in barren conditions, bred to provide infant animals for public photo shoots and “play time” sessions and often cared for by workers who have little-to-no experience handling large carnivores or primates.

The HSUS investigation of GW revealed a commercial operation—that often seeks donations for “rescued” animals—that endangers both animals and the public along with possibly violating federal and state laws and regulations…

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anythingfeline:

(photo by Salomé Barrot)

anythingfeline:

(photo by Poorna Kedar)

panthxra:

Summer’s probably like

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right now lmao

wapiti3:

Lions Breath by Richard Peters on Flickr.

We had heard a pride of lions close to camp (Entim) the night before and managed to find them the following morning, just as the sun broke over the horizon to provide the most incredible warm light. The breath was the icing on the cake and gave the finishing touch to the scene. Masai Mara, Kenya.