Joanna Krupa just put on pointed heels and stand at the forefront of a well-known 63 Building located in Yeouido Island. I thought she forgot to wear clothes, but she was doing all this for PETA ad. Well what an idea — go naked than wearing animal fur! But if Krupa doesn’t want to wear fur, she should have put on something else than going naked like this.
This supermodel discloses her enthusiasm for animal rights and this is the reason that she has done this PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Asia-Pacific’s) advertisement — ‘I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur’.
Recently this supermodel has been selected as ‘the most beautiful woman’ of the world. Joanna Krupa gave poses for PETA’s advertisement and all these poses were taken by topmost star photographer — Robert Sebree.
Supermodel’s main aim is that customers should be familiar with all the cruelty which innocent animals had to experience including that unbearable pain for their fur, that act continues repeatedly for several days -their chests are treaded heavily or their collar bones are fractured by catchers.
Usually on these fur farms, poor animals pass on their whole life by residing inside tiny and dirty cages, where they had to bear physical and mental torture following this later on they are killed by giving poison, fracturing neck bone and many other ways.
Basically China is the main fur exporter round the whole world, you know one thing guys — mostly in all Chinese fur farms animals are normally skinned in live state. It’s really very hard to believe but it is a fact. Can you imagine how painful the whole act is!
Furthermore, lives of large number of dogs and cats are taken in China for running smoothly this fur trade all around the globe. This killing is done for a definite purpose because fur obtained from cats and dogs are labeled as fur of some special animal, by trick they place them in stores all around the globe.
Krupa, in her own words —
There is nothing sexy about wearing something that is so obviously tied to senseless pain and killing.
Few other celebs, who had also done advertisements for PETA are — Pamela Anderson, Kim Basinger, Christy Turlington, Nadja Auermann and rocker Tommy Lee.