Donate Your Fur to PETA
Your Unwanted Furs Could Save an Animal's Life – and Clear Your Conscience!
Fashion-conscious and compassionate people wouldn't be caught dead in fur these days. But that can present a problem – just how do you get rid of those unwanted furs?
Well, instead of letting that outdated fur rot in storage – fur is dead skin and hair after all – or shoving it into the back of your wardrobe in shame, why not pack it up and send it over to the PETA office? Why? What could PETA possibly want with your old fur?
Donate your old fur coat
Your donation of unwanted fur coats, stoles and trim will help us enormously with our educational displays and anti-fur "fashion shows" and provide bedding for needy animals. It may be too late to save the life of the animals who died to make the coat, but by sending it to us, we can put it to good use to help save the lives of countless more animals in the future.
Your unwanted furs may also help people in need! We donate any coats that we don't cover in fake blood for a demonstration to homeless people who can't afford to buy their own coats – after all, the homeless are the only people who have any excuse for wearing fur. We've even shipped furs to needy women and children in sub-Saharan Africa.
You can see for yourself the horrors of the international fur trade by watching one of the many undercover exposés produced by PETA affiliates. Fur farms are hellholes for millions of individual animals every year. The animals go insane from being confined to tiny wire cages and then suffer a terrifying and painful death as they are either anally electrocuted or have their heads or chests crushed – methods that are commonly used to slaughter animals so that their fur doesn't get damaged.
In light of all this, the only question that remains is "Who would ever want to wear fur again?"
Clear your closet – and your conscience – by sending your unwanted furs to:
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Foundation
PO Box 70315
London N1P 2RG