http://www.peta.org/ is of course People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. I was recently given a link to a video that they have on their site about cat and dog fur trade in China and the treatment of those animals just before they are killed which may be skinned alive.
If it doesn't play well at first, turn the sound down, let it run once on the taskbar, then open it up again and it'll run smoothly.
I'd like to read some other people's opinions about it. PETA being the organization that it is will of course make everything look as cruel as possible to support their cause. The skeptic in me aside, I think it's obvious that some things going on in the video are just terrible. I am partly Chinese and I would be embarrassed to know that China is the only place on Earth where this takes place but I'm sure it is not. After all, chickens and other animals are raised cruelly in my home, the United States. I guess that is just the nature of an industry that has to provide food for a price that people are willing to pay.
What do you think about the video though? Is that the worst of the worst? Or are there many places just like it.