Ad Nut is grateful that human beings aren't fans of squirrel-fur handbags and jackets. But even though Ad Nut's hind isn't on the line this time, Ad Nut feels for other animals and believes this campaign is for a good cause. However, Ad Nut isn't so sure about the legitimacy of the humans in the video. The footage looks a bit staged.
According to PETA Asia, the "shocking pop-up shop" was set up in Bangkok's popular CentralWorld mall. The aim was to show consumers the suffering behind every bag, belt, jacket, glove and shoe made from animal skins.
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