Recently animal liberation activists released 40,000 mink from a fur fam from Minnesota earlier this week. Thousands have died and thousands are yet to be 'recovered', but it caused $750,000 in damages to the man's fur farm.
There's a 100% the mink were going to be killed on the fur farm and skinned for their fur. I'm honestly glad this happened. Even though the mink died (they would have been killed anyway), I think it's better that they died a natural death or a fighting chance then no chance at all confined in their cages.
The damages done to the fur farm are huge, and personally I hope the farmer does not recover from the damages done. What's bothering me is the farmers sympathizers pretending to care about the mink. Do they not realize the mink were doomed from the beginning?
I have also heard rumors that the farmer did it himself to claim the insurance money. He says he is a 3rd generation mink farmer; and for someone who's a mink farmer, i'm sure he's aware of how controversial his career is. You think he would have a security setup, but he did not.
I think the animal liberators did understand that the mink were doomed, regardless of their environment and were willing to risk it to cause serious damages to the farmer. What are you thoughts?
muttstuff, r/vegan 21 Comments
[9/10/2017 7:45:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie