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Sprinter136 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I hope all these anti fur people in your gallery are vegans, otherwise they're all idiots. There is no difference between killing animal for fur and killing it for a cheeseburger you don't need for survival. If you people must say something about it, at least try to act like an adult and stop with the death and violence threats, caps lock and swears. This person has been through a lot of horrible things (I'm sorry about that btw, I really can't imagine a situation like that), which anyone is capable of knowing after visiting their page, and I find it rather upsetting people are posting all these violent threats over friggin taxidermy. I'm vegan too, so I understand the upset (I do like taxidermy though, ironically, which is why I was here in the first place), but no one is going to listen to immature keyboard warrior comments. Just don't buy fur if you don't agree with it. I think there's way more serious animal rights/welfare issues than taxidermy to worry about, such as factory farming, poaching, bear bile farming, etc, so maybe everyone here should worry more about those things and less about someone on DA just doing their craft.
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Katt-Nip Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Beautiful work I have to say but...I don't like that you murder these poor creatures, most fox species are going extinct! But I guess this is your opinion but It...disturbs me..
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AdarkerNEMISIS Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Please understand everything I obtain is done legally. I do not murder anything as you can not murder an animal. The only fox that are regulated that I had acquired are kit/swift fox. But only acquired them in states that they are not endanger or on the list. 

99% of the fox you see are Red fox which are not endangered in the United States and Canada. So I don't know where your getting endangard. And 75% of these fox are acquired on a farm....their not even wild.
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nyanpeanut123 Featured By Owner May 14, 2015
I might be interested in buying one of these, but before I even start...
Are these animals raised in respectful farms, and how much pain did they go through?
I'm fine with animals being killed. It's nature. If I said any other thing it would be disrespectful. Nothing lives forever.
And last but not least, what percentage of these were born in the wild?
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Enkue Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014  Student Digital Artist
How much are wolves/Comissions?
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awsomegirl55 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ive seen what happened with you and terror sir, about you go fuck off your trolling ass and get a fucking life since you don't have one
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whoopwhoopjuggalo Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Do your animals die natural or ... O..,,o you know catch and kill haha I'm not against it or anything just wondering lol
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AdarkerNEMISIS Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
None of the animals I mount died of natural deaths, all hunted trapped and farmed.

I'm against natural deaths, its a iffy subject with road kill though, I do and don't except picking up road kill. I do if the person hit it and picked it up or if it was picked up right after it got hit. But i think its nasty to drive around to find their next pelt mangled on the road just because they think its cool.


all my items were bought by responsible and well known trappers and hunters and ranchers and I support the trade! =)
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Kiinotasha Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013
The furs that you get that are farmed how do you know that they were farmed humanly? I'm not asking to be harsh, but rather that i am honestly curious as to how you set about finding out where a farm grades as far as the animals are concerned. Do you know the person that farms them personally? Have you visited that farm before so you know they are good?
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Zombie-Kumos Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
farmers do not offer tours to public and yes. Dave is a very good a respectable man. he sells his fox for pets to the public therefore he has the best of the best stock and isnt running a shitty puppymil for foxes like the media shitfeeds.

i am pretty sure almost every pet fox people have and post photos of come from Dave. he also shows live photos of these foxes he culls off sometimes. any animal pelted out for taxidermy is too old to breed, too aggressive to be sold as a pet or retired stud or dame (aka discounted pet. just like with show dogs.) eat their pups or kill their mates or are too sickly and keep costing the rancher money. :nod:
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