29 September 2010

5,000 minks set free from fur farm in Ireland after break-in


The Associated Press just reported that 5,000 minks were released after a break-in last Sunday at a fur farm in County Donegal in Ireland.

Workers have been seen recapturing the animals and, unfortunately, several hundred have been run over by cars.

No group has taken responsibility for the release.

Last month, 50,000 minks were set free in a raid on Greek fur farms.

Robin Lawless | @robmlaw
Robin lives in NYC with her cat Maggie where she follows a vegetarian lifestyle, practices yoga, and volunteers at Catskill Animal Sanctuary. Follow Robin on Facebook

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5 comments:

  1. Run free little pals.

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  2. Who could harm these cute little creatures? :(

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  3. yellowcamaro10/1/10, 1:22 AM

    Getting hit by a car is a better way to go than being tortured and then electrocuted to death.

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  4. that sickens me

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  5. who ever did this probaly thinks that it is better to die a slow painful death. those mink probably live better than they do.

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