Clothing - Animals Used for Clothing | Animal Facts | PETA Kids

I also thought of a kind of reverse mechanism also inspired by fairy tales: in the story "," there are brothers who are (involuntarily) transformed into swans, and to turn back into humans, they need to have magical shirts thrown over them. Following this, perhaps your shape shifters need to put on certain clothes in order to return to human form. This second method isn't consistent with the wording of your question, but it occurred to me that it also ensures that the shape shifters are clothed when they become human.

Animal clothes can be worn by zoo creatures to increase the bonus received.

Every year, millions of animals are killed for the clothing industry—all in the name of fashion. Whether the clothes come from Chinese fur farms, Indian slaughterhouses, or the Australian outback, an immeasurable amount of suffering goes into every fur-trimmed jacket, leather belt, and wool sweater.

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Animal clothes can be worn by zoo creatures to increase the bonus received. Minks, foxes, and chinchillas usually come to mind when the subject of fur comes up, but countless other species are also exploited to make clothing. From the tiniest silkworm to the largest llama, animals used by the clothing industry all suffer—and most pay with their lives.

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You can help put an end to the suffering of all these animals by refusing to wear any clothing made from the skin or hair of animals. Check out PETA’s to learn where you can find compassionate fashion.

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Of course not! Animals like cows, sheep, rabbits, ducks, and geese are so cute that when you see them, you can’t help but smile from ear to ear. But when factory farmers, fur farmers, trappers, and some designers look at animals, all they see is future clothing, accessories, and dollar signs.The animal clothes hangers are hangers that make it look like a cat or dog is wearing your shirts while they are hanging up! How silly! Unfortunately in order to experience the wackiness of these hangers you actually have to use them, leaving your clothes lying in a clump in the corner of your room, most likely with moths fluttering above them, just won't work. The animal hangers are made out of cardboard and come in over 15 different styles of dogs, cats, and other furry critters.