***CAAF Anti-Fur demo @ Steven Corn furs in Paramus, NJ***

*** CAAF Don't Buy Fur! demo at Steven Corn Furs in Paramus, NJ***

FAUN, in solidarity with Caring Activists Against Fur (CAAF) , will be joining CAAF in making our mutual opposition to the horrific Chinese fur trade known to those unscrupulous cretins whose livelihood is the confinement, torture and extraordinarily brutal extermination of innocent beings - all in the name of fickle "luxury" and transient, superfluous "fashion" at Steven Corn Furs in Paramus, NJ.

Come and add your voice to a burgeoning group of energetic animal activists whose prime directive is to elevate public awareness about the plight of innumerable defenseless foxes, minks, raccoons, dogs and cats, and other mammal victims of the gruesome Chinese fur trade, who are violently and systematically removed from their natural habitats, corralled into inescapable death camps, crammed into tiny, filthy cages for months in ALL weather conditions, beaten, stomped on, anally electrocuted, gassed, bludgeoned to death, even SKINNED ALIVE so that affluent first-world consumers can gleefully, obliviously parade around, morbidly draped in the skins that are quite literally, ripped off these animals' backs as they helplessly writhe in overwhelming shock and agony 'til the final throes of death overtake them. The poor, pathetic, skinless creatures writhe in mortal agony for minutes or hours! These helpless animals are tortured and killed in the most horrifically cruel ways imaginable - all for vain, pretentious, human notions of "luxury apparel" and "fashion."

Jump into the ongoing campaign to STOP this insanity and work toward the total abolition of the global fur industry. Come out and HELP US make a vocal, public impact for the animals trapped and languishing in this insidious death trade, and to send a meaningful message to the heartless people who line their pockets with blood and entrails, who build their posh castles with the unspeakable screams of terror and suffering from countless innocent beings. For those unfamiliar with the realities of the horrible global fur trade, please take a few minutes to watch the following (Warning: graphic imagery!):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIJCQdWbSJM

Disgusting? Horrible? Unforgivable? Agreed, so PLEASE come and help us to vocalize our extreme objection to this inexcusable, retrograde, medieval barbarism, to discourage/deter potential fur-shoppers from patronizing this retail dealer in death and torture, to enlighten the public to the grim realities behind their whimsical, self-deluding notions of fashion, and to encourage them to make more compassionate choices in shopping for winter apparel. In a world with so many great (and more economical) cruelty-free fabrics and styles, there really is ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE for this ongoing madness.

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WHERE: Steven Corn Furs, 358 NJ Route 17, Paramus, NJ,[masked].
WHEN: Saturday, November 17th, 2o12.
TIME: 12:30 ~ 2pm.

PARKING: Activists are invited to gather from 12:30pm forward, and park in the parking lot of a large strip mall adjacent to Steven Corn Furs. PLEASE DO NOT PARK in the actual parking lot of Steven Corn Furs, but there is plenty of parking in the lot up the road next to the store. This is the road between The Container Store Mall & Steven Corn Furs. If you follow that road toward the back, there is parking by the closed schools. If there are any questions about parking at this location, plz call CAAF organizer Julie at [masked].

We will have plenty of signs, literature and relevant props to share with interested members of the general public. All YOU need to bring is yourself and your voice to speak up for the voiceless, who cannot articulate their own wish to freely live out their lives under the sun, to frolic and to bear young, to behave in accordance with their own natures with no interference from our species.

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For more information about this demonstration and/or other events on our or CAAF's calendar, send an email to [masked] or call [masked]-9044.

WE are their voices!!!!

Blessed be all animals, and all friends of animals...

Anthony Botti
www.faunnj.org
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  • Julie

    So many new faces and what a great demo for them to attend their first time out! We had a huge and effective presence on Route 17 with lots of honks of support. The holiday shopping season has started and FAUN and CAAF were there to remind people about the suffering endured by fur bearing animals. We also raised money for hurricane pet relief, which we will continue to do on Fur Free Friday. Great work - keep up the momentum and driving those furriers crazy!

    November 18, 2012

  • Anthony

    Orangish-red leaves are falling all around us, and there is a distinct chilly bite in the air, the whispered taunting of Ol' Man Winter who promises to envelop us in the coming weeks and months. on has indeed commenced, and what greater way to get things fully underway - than paying a visit to one of our most dearly beloved soulless, money-hungry lowlifes - Steven Corn and his sick gallery of stylish, high-fashion atrocities!! Was great to see such a strong turnout on behalf of our mammalian cousins, so brutally confined, tortured and destroyed for this foul industry. We were encouraged by the attendance of a number of eager new activists, and the adept Julie (Founder/Organizer of CAAF) was prepared to guide them into the rhythm, allay their reservations and put everyone at ease, leading to s of new names for the CAAF mailing list! It was a great demo wherein thousands of passing motorists were exposed to the anti-fur message. Thanks to everyone who attended! Respect for ALL life!

    November 17, 2012

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