EDIT : comments closed as people just don't seem to be able to read the description before commenting and keep on talking about "animals hit by cars / meat animals / American native cultures / tribes / pretty girls wearing fur coats / inherited coats from their grandma / whatever". READ the DESCRIPTION to understand the point of this stamp. That's all.
I just don't have the time to reply to all of these comments by repeating the same thing again and again so I'm closing them for now. I might reopen them someday but honestly I'm tired of trolls.
This is my own opinion and I won't change my mind about that so don't bother trying to convince me.
I just can't stand knowing so many animals are caged, bred, have to endure high stress and sufferings and end being skinned just for the sake of having a nice-looking coat while fake fur exists and is far less expensive while still looking pretty good. If you can't live without a fur coat because it's the best-looking thing on Earth to you, then just have a fake fur one.
(And don't start talking about Eskimos or people living in very cold countries, this is about fur farms breeding animals just for the sake of skinning them, understood?)THE POINT OF THIS STAMP IS TO EXPRESS MY OWN OPINION ON FUR FARMS AND PEOPLE WHO SUPPORT THIS INDUSTRY BY BUYING COATS/CLOTHING ITEMS MADE OUT OF THESE POOR ANIMALS' SKIN
By the way, that quote is a well-known one, I didn't made it up myself.
All the fur images here are from my own photographs of my ratties (I added leopard spots on Fenrir's fur using photoshop).
White one is Helyan, fawn (apricot colored) one is from Gaheris (RIP sweetheart
), "leopard" one is from Fenrir, grey one is from Lohengrin, "wild-feline-looking" one is from Belphegor (a rattie I fostered last year).
The skinned alive rabbit is from a vegan blog (there were plenty terrible images showing it with open eyes and seemingly moving), I asked permission to use it but the user told me he wasn't the copyright holder and he found this image on a free stock image website, if someone knows the original photographer please tell me so I can ask if I can use it or remove the image according to his/her wishes.
Why no mature content filter? Would you put a mature content filter on a photography of a piece of meat? I guess the answer is no. Then this doesn't need one either (plus the image of the rabbit barely lasts half a second and this is very far from being the most terrible image I found).
Based on $zilla774
's stamp template : [link]
Thank you very much for the wonderful template