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ALF Free Mink and Destroy Breeding Cards at Pennsylvania Fur Farm

Posted on the 27 September 2013 by Earth First! Newswire @efjournal
Juvenile American mink [photo: Terry McCormick/Flickr]

Juvenile American mink [photo: Terry McCormick/Flickr]

As expected, the animals wasted no time escaping from their barren prisons into the natural world.

In addition to opening cages, we destroyed hundreds of breeding cards, many with notations of price, which ran from $1,000 up to $10,000 per animal.

We want to reiterate, as several recent ALF communiques have, the ease of animal liberation. We possess no specialized skill set or expensive tools. A sense of determination and a desire for justice go a long way.

Pelting season is just weeks away. Look up The Final Nail and find a farm near you. Let the final stage of Operation Bite Back commence. We can destroy this industry that has destroyed so many.”

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