15 Jan : Every year, 41 million animals are killed for their skins via trapping, gassing, neck breaking, and anal or genital electrocution. Fur farmers claim that they are strongly committed to providing humane care, but there is nothing humane about raising animals in small, cramped spaces where stress-related deaths, cannibalism, and self-mutilation are all too common.
Every year, approximately 10 million animals are trapped in the wild where they sometimes suffer for days and even weeks before dying. At least 5 million "non-target" animals including dogs, cats, birds, squirrels, opossums, and endangered species are killed each year by fur traps; many children are also hurt.
There are many NGOs which are working for the protection of animals in India and abroad. REPORT AN ABUSE TO A NEARBY ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY.Contact PETA: Tel.: [+91] 020 -2605 8102 or Universal no : 1860-233-4222 or E-Mail PETA India at firstname.lastname@example.org