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Rabbits are clubbed over the head in undercover images that reveal brutality at Russian fur animal farms

Rabbits are clubbed over their heads and have their throats cut while chinchillas have their necks cut into undercover images that reveal brutality at Russian fur farms

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  • Shocking images reveal Russian fur farms where animals are treated with brutality
  • Images show rabbits being decapitated and chinchillas receiving electric shocks
  • Animals kept in small cages, the throat of rabbits cut while they are reportedly still conscious

These shocking images show a Russian fur farm where rabbits are cut off with their heads and chinchillas are electrocuted and broken with their necks.

The images are from PETA & # 39; s first exhibition of the fur trade in Russia and were reportedly taken over five farms in the country.

The video shows that animals are kept in small cages when a worker takes a white rabbit and hits it on the head with a metal pipe.

A chinchilla is electrocuted at the fur farm. The report states that the regulation of animal welfare in Russia practically does not exist & # 39; and added that the country has no laws to protect farm animals

A chinchilla is electrocuted at the fur farm. The report states that the regulation of animal welfare in Russia practically does not exist & # 39; and added that the country has no laws to protect farm animals

A chinchilla is electrocuted in shocking images taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade

A chinchilla is electrocuted in shocking images taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade

A chinchilla is electrocuted in shocking images taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade

Rabbits and other animals, including foxes and mink, are kept in small cages on the fur farm

Rabbits and other animals, including foxes and mink, are kept in small cages on the fur farm

Rabbits and other animals, including foxes and mink, are kept in small cages on the fur farm

You then see a worker cutting the neck of a white rabbit while it was reportedly still conscious.

The clip then shows a chinchilla that is electrocuted before its neck is broken. Animals such as foxes, mink and sables can be seen in small mesh cages.

PETA reported that one chinchilla seemed blind but was still forced to breed. The report adds that an employee on farms said animals would be killed if they put themselves in the & # 39; wrong & # 39; relieve the area of ​​the cage, because & # 39; every animal must be clean, if you do not produce clean skin, you lose a lot of price. & # 39;

The investigation was conducted in October 2019 and an employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur.

A rabbit is hung upside down before being decapitated on a Russian fur farm in images taken from PETA & # 39; s first exposure to the fur trade in the country

A rabbit is hung upside down before being decapitated on a Russian fur farm in images taken from PETA & # 39; s first exposure to the fur trade in the country

A rabbit is hung upside down before being decapitated on a Russian fur farm in images taken from PETA & # 39; s first exposure to the fur trade in the country

A rabbit in a small cage. The images are from PETA & # 39; s first exhibition of the fur trade in Russia and were reportedly taken over five farms in the country

A rabbit in a small cage. The images are from PETA & # 39; s first exhibition of the fur trade in Russia and were reportedly taken over five farms in the country

A rabbit in a small cage. The images are from PETA & # 39; s first exhibition of the fur trade in Russia and were reportedly taken over five farms in the country

A caged mink on a Russian fur farm. The shocking photos were taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade and shows chinchillas that have broken their necks

A caged mink on a Russian fur farm. The shocking photos were taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade and shows chinchillas that have broken their necks

A caged mink on a Russian fur farm. The shocking photos were taken during a PETA stab in the Russian fur trade and shows chinchillas that have broken their necks

Copenhagen Fur is an auction house that sells animal skins to companies around the world.

PETA Senior Vice President of International Campaigns Jason Baker said: “Every compassionate customer must remember that behind every fur coat, collar or cuff there is a dirty wire cage, a screeching animal and a blood-soaked slaughterhouse floor.

& # 39; During these holidays, PETA urges everyone to give these tormented animals a rest by becoming fur-free. & # 39;

A fox in a cage on a fur farm in Russia. The research was conducted in October 2019

A fox in a cage on a fur farm in Russia. The research was conducted in October 2019

A fox in a cage on a fur farm in Russia. The research was conducted in October 2019

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm, above and below

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm, above and below

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm, above and below

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm. An employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm. An employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

A rabbit is clubbed to death on a fur farm. An employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

Caged mink on Russian fur farming. PETA Senior Vice President of International Campaigns Jason Baker said: & # 39; Every compassionate customer should be well aware that behind every fur coat, collar or cuff lies a dirty wire cage, a screeching animal and a blood-soaked slaughterhouse floor & # 39;

Caged mink on Russian fur farming. PETA Senior Vice President of International Campaigns Jason Baker said: & # 39; Every compassionate customer should be well aware that behind every fur coat, collar or cuff lies a dirty wire cage, a screeching animal and a blood-soaked slaughterhouse floor & # 39;

Caged mink on Russian fur farming. PETA Senior Vice President of International Campaigns Jason Baker said: & # 39; Every compassionate customer should be well aware that behind every fur coat, collar or cuff lies a dirty wire cage, a screeching animal and a blood-soaked slaughterhouse floor & # 39;

Caged animals. The investigation was conducted in October 2019 and an employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

Caged animals. The investigation was conducted in October 2019 and an employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

Caged animals. The investigation was conducted in October 2019 and an employee reportedly told the eyewitness that the farm where they work sells 30 percent of their product to Copenhagen Fur

A caged mink. PETA reported that one chinchilla seemed blind but was still forced to breed

A caged mink. PETA reported that one chinchilla seemed blind but was still forced to breed

A caged mink. PETA reported that one chinchilla seemed blind but was still forced to breed

The report states that the regulation of animal welfare in Russia practically does not exist & # 39; and added that the country has no laws to protect farm animals.

PETA asked consumers, designers and retailers to join other fur-free designers and retailers such as Zara, H&M, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney, Versace, Gucci and Michael Kors.

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