NINE INCH NAILS Mainman Narrates 'Extremely Graphic' PETA Video

NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor has narrated PETA's latest "undercover video" — an "exposé that reveals the abuse of cats and dogs in China's barbaric fur trade," according to a press release. He also autographed an iPod — with the video downloaded on it — which peta2 will award to the person who sends Reznor’s video to the most people.

"Every year, millions of cats and dogs are killed for their fur," says Reznor. "[The animals'] weakened bodies are bludgeoned, hanged, bled, or strangled with wire nooses to kill them."

"Cat and dog fur can only be identified with expensive DNA tests, so there's no way of knowing what — or whom — you are buying," says peta2 Manager Dan Shannon. "Buying anything with fur — even if it's 'just a little trim' — supports one of the most gruesome industries on the planet."

Watch the video at this location [WARNING: This video is extremely graphic].


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