Animals are being robbed! But this duo won't take it lying down. Watch as one loveable alligator and one feisty rabbit confront the fashion victims who stole their skins in "Stolen for Fashion," featuring the voices of Pink and Ricky Gervais!


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PETA's Shopping Guide to Compassionate Clothing
What's Wrong with Wearing Animals?
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1

Animals on fur farms are often killed with gas, electrocution, or poison, or their necks are broken. These methods are not 100 percent effective, and some animals "wake up" while being skinned.

2

Snakes and lizards are often skinned alive because some people believe that live-flaying makes leather more supple. Ouch!

3

Animals on fur factory farms are fed meat byproducts that are considered unfit for human consumption.

4

In addition to causing the suffering and deaths of millions of animals each year, the production of wool, fur, and leather contributes to climate change, land devastation, pollution, and water contamination.

5

Project Runway's Tim Gunn exposes fashion cruelty. Watch his video and then—as Tim would say—make your cruelty-free fashion work!



Meet the Voices of 'Stolen for Fashion'

PETA supporters Pink and Ricky Gervais used their voices to help bring "Stolen for Fashion" to life. Browse our "Making of 'Stolen for Fashion'" photo gallery to see Ricky in the studio!