helsinki - Action group 'Fur for Animals' is furious about fatest foxes in Finland, sometimes the six or sevenfold roads of their wild species. Meanwhile change is in sight.
Certainly in Finland there was a lively discussion about the foxes, after pictures of them came out. The giant foxes, found on five breeding farms, triggered reactions of horror to animal lovers.
According to Bont for Animals, wild poultry should weigh about three kilos, but the fatest specimens sometimes are so 'thick' seven times. That is because of overweight overweight. Extra food causes stress on the skin, and the breeder can sell more fur.
More and more foxes are bred in Finland, resulting in misfortunes, says Bont for Animals. The fatest specimens fight excess skin shrinkage and leg abnormalities. Thanks to the commotion, the Finns have announced action, but the action group is skeptical about the actual measures, and questions the Finnish keur brands.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Photo: Oikeutta eläimille
In addition, the European quality mark 'Welfur', which is being worked, would only meet because it was set up by industry itself. 'A typical butcher's slaughterer who accepts his own meat,' said director Nicole van Gemert.