"Over the summer of 2015, we visited Willow Pond Fur Farm at 105 Maple
Grove Road in Scotland, ON. We documented injured mink with gaping
wounds and mink that were too ill to even move. The ground at the farm
was covered in feces. Animals were forced to breathe in a toxic odour of
urine and feces and did not have access to water. This factory farm has
a large waste containment unit at the rear. There is no fence and no
other security measures to protect the farm were observed.
We also visited Hodgson's Mink Farm at 423 Erie Street
South in Wheatley, ON. The mink here are forced to live in cramped wire
cages just as at the Willow Pond factory farm - with little room for
movement. We also documented the mink being fed rancid food filled with
maggots. This industrial scale farm has advanced security with a fence
that has a movement sensor, multiple security cameras and guard dogs.
Also visited was the Parkinson Fur Farm at 5675 4th Line
in Guelph/Eramosa, ON. There were several mink sheds observed but there
were no cages and they appeared to have been decommissioned and were
being used for storage.
The good people of Ontario will not stand for this cruel
treatment of animals. Confining animals in horrific conditions where
their movement and normative behaviours are restricted, where they are
denied medical treatment for severe injuries obtained in captivity, and
where they are forced to breathe toxic fumes from their own excrement is
despicable and shameful. This perversion of nature must end.
We call on the government of Ontario and the Federal
Government to enact legislation banning the farming of fur bearing
animals and to enact legislation that ALL animals be classified as
sentient beings and not as property. We also call on the fur farmers of
Ontario to close down your fur farms and find new and rewarding careers
that don't profit from the misery of animals. If you don't close these
farms, we will close them for you.
"Over the summer of 2015, we visited and video recorded Lichty Fur Farm
at 5531 Schummer Line in Linwood, ON. We again documented mink forced to
breathe in toxic fumes of urine and feces. We documented heaping piles
of feces beneath the mink cages that were covered in writhing maggots.
They did not have access to water and many looked ill. This farm does
not have a waste management system and we documented towering mounds of
mink waste and excrement being dumped on the ground at the rear of the
farm next to a drainage ditch. The farm has a fence and there did not
appear to be any other security.
Elm Springs Fur Farm at 5457 5th Line near Guelph/Eramosa,
ON was also visited and video recorded. Once again we documented mink
confined in small cages with no access to water. The huge waste
management container at the rear of this factory farm made the entire
area smell like raw sewage and feces. This farm has a fence. No other
security was seen.
Also visited was Chesterfield Mink Ranch at 696 Talbot
Road East in Leamington, ON. This farm appeared to be out of service but
could be capable of reopening. We will be checking in later.
Anyone defending this treatment of animals must have a
sick heart and mind. Mink confined at factory farms like these all over
Ontario spend their lives confined in cages that are barely big enough
for them to turn around in. They have no stimulation for 24 hours a day.
Every single day. And for what? Greed and status?
If this footage stirs feelings of sympathy inside you -
remember, it is the inaction of the good people of the world that allows
violence and injustice to be wrought on those who cannot defend
themselves against tyranny. These animals need your help today.
"Over the summer of 2015, we visited and video recorded Springbrook Fur
Farm at 1561 Berletts Road in St. Agatha, ON, The Jeff Mitchell Mink
Ranch at 325327 Norwich Road in Norwich, ON, and The Millbank Fur Farm
at 5675 Jones Baseline Road in Guelph/Eramosa, ON.
We again documented mink stuffed into obscenely small
cages which appears to be the industry standard across Ontario Mink
Springbrook Mink Farm has video cameras throughout the
property, a fence, and outdoor speaker alarm system.
One security camera was seen at the rear of the Jeff
Mitchell Farm. The mink are housed inside a locked? warehouse structure
and there is no fence.
The Millbank Farm has no fence and no cameras were
observed. This farm was exceptionally primitive and run down. It almost
looked abandoned. The water containers for the animals here were covered
in dust and spider webs, indicating that the mink here were being
deprived of water for extended periods of time. We felt we had no choice
but to release as many mink as possible from this hell hole. We rejoiced
as we watched scores of them escape into the surrounding woods to
We have exposed what the fur industry has tried to hide
from the public and in doing so we hope that responsible citizens will
stop supporting the fur trade and animal cruelty in this province and
beyond. We ask activists, community leaders, and anyone with guts and
conviction who know in their hearts that animals deserve our empathy and
protection to oppose the Fur Trade by any means legal or not.
Until every cage is empty we will be on the attack,
"In the fall of 2015 we revisited Millbank Fur Farm at 5675 Jones
Baseline Road in Guelph/Eramosa, ON. We had intially planned to release
more animals from the hell of this factory farm but we were too late -
there were no mink left to liberate. We decided to inflict some
non-violent economic sabotage instead - hoping it would encourage the
owner to shut down and move on to more rewarding activities. We observed
that several mink sheds had been emptied of cages during our
investigation which may or may not idicate the closure of this factory
farm. Until these factory farms are banned from Ontario people like us
will continue resisting.
This mink operation will continue to be observed and if continued we
will take action again.
"Over the summer of 2015, we visited and video recorded Springbrook Fur
Farm at 1561 Berletts Road in St. Agatha, ON, The Jeff Mitchell Mink
Ranch at 325327 Norwich Road in Norwich, ON, and The Millbank Fur Farm
at 5675 Jones Baseline Road in Guelph/Eramosa, ON.
We again documented mink stuffed into obscenely small cages which
appears to be the industry standard across Ontario Mink Factory Farms.
Springbrook Mink Farm has video cameras throughout the property, a
fence, and outdoor speaker alarm system.
One security camera was seen at the rear of the Jeff Mitchell Farm. The
mink are housed inside a locked? warehouse structure and there is no
The Millbank Farm has no fence and no cameras were observed. This farm
was exceptionally primitive and run down. It almost looked abandoned.
The water containers for the animals here were covered in dust and
spider webs, indicating that the mink here were being deprived of water
for extended periods of time. We felt we had no choice but to release as
many mink as possible from this hell hole. We rejoiced as we watched
scores of them escape into the surrounding woods to freedom.
We have exposed what the fur industry has tried to hide from the public
and in doing so we hope that responsible citizens will stop supporting
the fur trade and animal cruelty in this province and beyond. We ask
activists, community leaders, and anyone with guts and conviction who
know in their hearts that animals deserve our empathy and protection to
oppose the Fur Trade by any means legal or not.
Until every cage is empty we will be on the attack,
"See video (more footage coming soon) from the Ontario
fur farms visited by the ALF here:
Over the summer of 2015 we visited and video recorded
Willow Pond Mink Farm at 105 Maple Grove Road in Scottland, ON. We
witnessed injured mink with gapping wounds crammed into small cages that
were covered in dirt and feces. The ground in the facility was also
caked in feces. There were strong pungent fumes of urine and feces in
the air. The animals here had no access to water. The farm has no fence
and no security cameras. There is a large waste container at the rear of
Chesterfield Mink Ranch at 423 Erie Street South in
Wheatley, ON was also visited and video recorded. The mink here were
also confined in small wire cages. We documented them being fed foul
rotting food covered in maggots. This factory farm was a large operation
with advanced security. It is surrounded by a fence with a movement
sensor. There are numerous infrared cameras and guard clogs.
Another fur farm located at 5675 4th Line in Guelph/Eramosa was also
visited but appeared to be out of service. There were mink sheds but no
cages were present. The owner appeared to be using them for storage.
Abusing and torturing animals in horrific conditions of
confinement will not continue to be tolerated in Ontario. We call on the
public and government officials to take action and put an end to the fur
trade and an end to these obscene factory farms. We call on the fur
farmers of Ontario to close your animal prisons and find new and
rewarding careers. If you do not close these farms clown, we will close
them down for you.
anonymous report (the defaced website belongs to
McGill University neuroscience researcher Yogita Chudasama); before and
"The 7th September 2015, a vivisection laboratory
website was sabotaged by using the technique of 'deface'. It was entered
to the website server and some of their directories were modified. The
result was a more realistic image about what the laboratory does and a
message we hope never forgot.
Because we don't care about the excuses and lies they
use to justify their experiments. What really matters is that peopple
see and know what really happens inside the laboratories, and to cause
the biggest economic damage as possible.
After few weeks, the website has dissapeared. What
probably means it has been closed (hopefully permanently). We are proud
that the goal of this action has been reached, and we'll go on until we
close all laboratories.
Ontario Provincial Police have reported that approx. 300
mink were freed from cages at a fur farm in Guelph/Eramosa Township,
Ontario overnight July 30-31. The farm is not identified, but may be the
Millbank Fur Farm (5225 Jones Baseline Road).
This is the third fur farm raid in southern Ontario in
recent months. In
close to 7,000 mink were released from cages at a farm in St. Marys. At
the end of May,
1,500+ mink were freed at another St. Marys fur farm.
"July 18, 2015 - Ontario, Canada - Late tonight in Guelph, locks were
super glued and buildings were graffitied at Ontario Pork Producers,
Ontario Veal, Ontario Goat and Ontario Rabbit; the later three making up
the Ontario Livestock Alliance. These organizations directly assist in
coordinating the purchase and shipment of animals to their deaths, and
are essential to each of their industries. The purpose of these actions
was to utilize economic sabotage to cost these organizations money that
would otherwise be used to assist in carrying out the murder of innocent
According to media reports, as many as 6,800 mink were
freed from cages at the R.B.R. Fur Farm (2230 Glass Street) in St. Marys,
Ontario late on July 7. Openings were also cut in a perimeter fence.
Animal activists are suspected of being responsible.
The farm is a few minutes away from a different fur farm
that was raided in
received anonymously (photo: Andrew Collins @ACollinsPhoto):
"Mississauga, Ontario, Canada - Early in the
morning of June 7, 2015, the Animal Liberation Front planted incendiary
devices under trucks belonging to Harlan Laboratories. Harlan is a
company owned by Huntingdon Life Sciences. They are responsible for
supplying research animals and animal feed to vivisectionists. This
action was undertaken in order to eliminate this evil company's means of
transportation, to disrupt the systematic torture and murder of innocent
animals, and to cause as much monetary damage as possible. Fortunately,
news reports have said that the devices ignited successfully, damaging
one truck and completely destroying the other. Our only regret is that
the flames were extinguished before they had a chance to spread to
Harlan's offices. In solidarity with those fighting the oppression of
mink on fur farms in St. Mary's - A.L.F."
As many as 1,600 mink were released from cages at the
Glenwood Fur Farm (4216 Perth Line 9) in St. Marys, Ontario late on May
30. According to media reports, fencing that surrounds the farm was cut
and a gate opened. Animals in two sheds were released, and breeding
In a communique received by the Animal Liberation Press Office,
anonymous activists have taken credit for the liberation of
approximately 1600 captive mink from an Ontario, Canada fur farm, mink
destined to be killed so that their skins can be sold to the fashion
Imprisoned in cages for life, or mercilessly trapped with painful
leghold traps in the wild, fur-bearing animals killed to make
unnecessary fashion statements are forced to endure intensive
confinement, compared to the miles of territory these still-wild animals
would enjoy in their natural state. The natural instincts of these
captive animals are completely frustrated; self-mutilation, sickness,
infection, poor sanitation and the sheer stress of confinement lead
animals in captivity to premature death. When they do survive, animals
of sufficient size are killed by anal electrocution or gassing, then
skinned. In addition to liberating the wild animals destined for a
certain, painful and agonizing death, another goal of liberationists is
to cause economic damage to fur retailers and farms; dozens of stores
and fur farming operations have seen economic ruin since "Operation Bite
Back" began by the Animal Liberation Front in the 1990s.
Those concerned with the truth should not be misled by claims of those
with economic interests, for instance ridiculous stories that the
animals released are domesticated and unable to survive in the wild, or
that the animals voluntarily returned to their cages, or that they froze
to death or starved within hours, or were immediately run over by
automobiles or eaten by household pets. Scientific studies have
validated that these animals remain genetically wild and are able to
survive in a wide range of habitats.
The Animal Liberation Front and other anonymous activists utilize
economic sabotage in addition to the direct liberation of animals from
conditions of abuse and imprisonment to halt needless animal suffering.
By making it more expensive to trade in the lives of innocent, sentient
beings, they maintain the atrocities against our brothers and sisters
are likely to occur in smaller numbers; their goal is to abolish the
exploitation, imprisonment, torture and killing of innocent, non-human
animals. A copy of the Final Nail, a listing of known fur farms in North
America, is available from the Press Office website at
"The Toronto Royal Agricultural Winter Fair focuses on,
and profits mainly from the use of farm animals and their murder. Lamb,
pig and goat auctions, different horse competitions, many cow, pig,
sheep and even dog shows, as well as a rodeo were among the activities
scheduled during ten days.
With so many animal exploiters, abusers and killers
parked in the same lot, it was proper to offer a welcome package to at
least some of them. On November 11, before getting interrupted by a
vehicle's owner, the ALF cell was able to go over a dozen of animal
abusers' vehicles and animal trailers. They were spray painted and had
their tires flattened by cutting the valve stem off.
It is hoped that the targeted slave owners' trip to The
Big Smoke was a little less pleasant.
According to media
reports, during the night of August 19-20, hundreds of mink, perhaps as
many as 3000, were released from cages at the Visons J.N.J. fur farm
(1285 6e Rang) in Saint-Jude, Quebec.
In early August, the Montreal SPCA revealed that
inspectors had found foxes and mink at the farm suffering from serious
injuries and illness, including broken bones, broken teeth, eye and ear
infections, and dehydration. Several animals were subsequently
euthanized. The Montreal SPCA has asked the Ministry of Forests, Fauna
and Parks to remove the animals from the fur farm, and that criminal
charges be filed. The owner of the farm, Jean-Luc Rodier, has previous
convictions for animal cruelty. (information from
Photo: Jo-Anne McArthur/SPCA
The owner is said to have 12,700 Mink on sight and currently approx. 64
Foxes left. He is said to now only want to torture, abuse and murder
Notes: Mink and fox farm. Located south of Route De Michaudville.
In August 2014 the Montreal SPCA revealed that inspectors, during
visits to Visons J.N.J. in May and August, had found foxes and mink
suffering from serious injuries and illness, including broken
bones, broken teeth, eye and ear infections, and dehydration.
Several animals were subsequently euthanized. The Montreal SPCA has
asked the Ministry of Forests, Fauna and Parks to remove the
animals from the fur farm, and that criminal charges be filed. Jean-
Luc Rodier has previous convictions for animal cruelty.
Also, sad to report that 90% have apparently been re-captured. As
reported by this local French media group;
"On July 14, 2014, in Toronto, the Animal Liberation
Front injected butyric acid into the office of the Canadian Association
for Laboratory Animal Science. CALAS is an organization made up of
vivisectors that promotes animal research. The butyric acid will soak
through the carpet and into the floorboards of their offices, and major
repairs will be needed to get rid of the stench. Any building managers
considering taking in CALAS as a tenant should be aware that unless you
want something similar to happen in your offices, then think twice
before doing business with these murderers. -ALF"
Toronto: In an
anonymous communique received by the North American Animal Liberation
Press Office this week, the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) claims to have
targeted the Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science in
Toronto, an apologist group for the outdated practice of imprisoning,
torturing and killing innocent non-human animals in research
Those who condone the continued use of public education, legislative
maneuvers and legal protests, without the additional tool of sabotage
and violence against vivisectors, also condone the continued torture,
abuse and killing of billions of innocent animals by a society inured to
their suffering. If only legal and peaceful means, means utilized for
more than 100 years against vivisectors, were effective, then there
would be reason to the argument against the use of force. Instead, more
animals are imprisoned, experimented upon, hurt and murdered today than
at any other time in history, despite all the peaceful and legal
strategies applied to their plight.
As research institutions continue to throw away scarce medical research
funding on cruel, antiquated and useless animal experimentation, other
centers utilize and conduct modern medical research that is far more
likely to result in cures for human disease such as that treated by
medical clinicians on a daily basis. Refusal to discontinue their futile
and torturous animal research can be expected to yield additional
consequences for vivisectors at the hands of activists who are willing
to risk their own lives and freedom to help these enslaved and tormented
"the butchery pere & fils in montreal qc, the
'cold room' is built right at the front in the store display Windows,
entire non human frozen beheaded cadavers & chopped up pieces of limbs
hang off hooks in plain sight, this butchery is on a busy avenue part of
a popular mall strip in the Montreal downtown area. the front & back of
the store was vandalized on the night of the 29th of December. the lock
& fence to the private back entrance was cut open, there were multiple
large bins lined up side by side filled with chopped up mutilated body
parts and garbage bags with trails of blood following staining the snow,
the smell was strong & this is in -30 degree weather. hiding the
slaughter behind closed doors is a thing of the past for these sadistic
bastards . . these are the voices of the ENRAGED painted on this window
of DEATH.... long live the alf - until all are free."
"During the early hours of Wednesday, October 2, the
Animal Liberation Front raided a mink farm near Lefeuvre and Downes Road
in Abbotsford, about an hour from Vancouver. The entire perimeter fence
at the back of the farm was cut before over 800 cages were opened to
allow the mink a chance to escape to freedom.
The surrounding ecosystem was ideal mink habitat, marshlands and dense
forest where the animals made a swift escape.
Contrary to popular belief, the Canadian mink industry is anything but
humane. The cages the mink were locked in were full of feces and mostly
rusted shut. Mink living in cages together had fought and plenty of the
animals were covered in severe wounds. Some cages had dead animals,
clearly left for weeks.
A myth put out by the mink industry claims that they cannot survive in
the wild, once released but that was proved as just myth when a BC
Wildlife Biologist stated that no one could tell him that they would not
survive in the wild. This was a direct quote from a Vancouver Sun
Article, published just after the release.
We stand in solidarity with the brave few who have taken direct action
to free mink across the United States and Canada this year. Let this
continue. Pelting season is still weeks away and the time to empty cages
is now. The farm house we raided was only 50 feet from the barns. Do not
let the closeness of the farm house deter you from liberating animals.
They need it now more than ever.
To those who say the animal liberation movement is dead, think again.
How can animal liberation be dead if the Animal Liberation Front is
You cannot kill an idea, and we will not be ruled by fear.
Until every cage is empty,
The Animal Liberation Front"
"Early Sunday morning, September 29, 2013, the Animal
Liberation Front spray painted license plates, glued locks, and slashed
tires at a poultry transport company in Smithville, Ontario. This action
was undertaken to prevent the transport of chickens from factory farm to
slaughterhouse. The action made local news and damages are estimated at
"On September 16 I tore down this makeshift deer stand
that would of been used to murder deer and wild turkey in this upcoming
hunting season in Simcoe,ON CA. I discarded the straps and seat used for
it far away so they could not be used in another stand to murder
animals. Until the exploitation and murder stops! ALF"
"The Dairy Farmers of Canada have launched a
multi-million dollar advertising campaign targeting the public with
their '100 good reasons' to drink milk propaganda. Last week we paint
bombed six of their dairy billboards in defense of the animals, the
environment and public health. As long as the Pattison Group is selling
ad space to the Dairy Farmers of Canada we will continue targeting them.
"In the early morning of August 26, 2013, the ALF raided
Royal Oak Fur Farm in Simcoe, Ontario. We approached the fur farm and
laid down in the tall grass so we could watch the guard's building for
any sign of movement. Once we were satisfied it was empty, we cut the
bands that attach the chainlink fence to the poles and then tore a large
area of fence down at the back of the farm and opened the front gate. We
estimate we released about 750 mink and 50 fox. The fox almost seemed to
understand what was happening because once they realized they were free,
they wasted no time leaving their cages and escaping through the holes
we made in the fence. After the fur farmers house lights flicked on, we
quickly started pulling off breeding cards and tossing them around the
empty cages, and then made our retreat through the corn fields with a
noisy group of mink experiencing their first taste of freedom. We won't
stop until this, and all fur farms are empty. - ALF"
"Today in Ontario, Canada, the ALF superglued the
ignitions of trucks at the slaughterhouse called Abingdon Meat Packers.
All the trucks were left unlocked, so the keys were taken and replaced
with small pieces of metal from roofing staples and then super glue.
Abingdon Meat Packers exclusively kills baby animals and gluing these
locks will hopefully disrupt their operations by stopping them from
transporting the dead animals to food processing plants. -ALF"
In response to the article in the National Post
glorifying Eugene Klein and his disgusting business, Capilano Furs and
Taxidermy Studios, the Animal Liberation Front took direct action to
destroy the interior of Eugene�s $60 000 truck.
Under the cover of darkness, we approached the residence
of Eugene Klein and shot syringes filled with a foul smelling liquid
through the rubber sealing and into his truck.
A message to Eugene Klein:
Eugene, as you and your wife Edith enter the last years
of your pathetic, miserable life, you will watch an industry you helped
build crumble to the ground.
You were quoted in the newspaper after the last time the
ALF visited your house as saying you had guns and were not afraid of us.
Well Eugene, we are clearly not afraid of you either and you will have
to kill us to stop us.
The Animal Liberation Front is always watching. We dare
you and your wife to go away on vacation.
Until every cage is empty,
The Animal Liberation Front"
Note: Capilano Furs has been targeted by the
ALF at least twice before, in
"June 15, 2013 - Welland, Ontario, Canada - A lone ALF
activist sabotaged trucks used to bring chickens to a slaughterhouse in
broad daylight. The plan was to slash the tires on all of the trucks and
slip away through the forested area behind the slaughterhouse, named
Cami International Poultry. Truck tires are under high pressure and can
explode if slashed, so first a screwdriver was used to compress the
valves on the tires to lower the pressure before the sidewalls were
punctured. While in the process of letting the air out, an employee
pulled into the parking lot. Luckily, the activist's vehicle was parked
far away from the slaughterhouse and he was able to slide under a truck
and out of view. Letting air out of tires is quite noisy, so the
activist had to stop to keep from being noticed by the employee. The
tires that had been deflated had their sidewalls destroyed with an
icepick, and the remaining trucks' license plates were covered in red
paint to keep them from being driven. "Animal Liberation Front" was also
spray painted on the cages of one of the trucks. The truck ride exposes
the chickens to the elements and leaves them without any food or water,
a final act of torture before having their necks slashed open and being
dunked in hot water. This action will hopefully hamper the
slaughterhouse's productivity, and cost them money for killing innocent
In April, a duck hunting blind was destroyed by
activists in Prince Edward Island, Canada. According to the activists,
"shotgun shells and duck feathers littered the area." "ALF" was spelled
out with branches for the hunters to see.
"As of March 2013 we have removed and destroyed
approximately 200 fur traps in Ontario. The traps were snares and
Conibears intended to murder beaver, rabbits and other innocents.
Tragically we were too late for two rabbits and one raccoon, whose
bodies and internal organs had already been eaten into by snares. We
will be forever haunted by our memories of their bodies, we will forever
continue removing traps and we encourage others to get in the bush and
help smash the fur industry. Look for tell tale signs of traps and trap
lines; flagging tape tied to branches, repeated tracks entering the
bush, and poles or sticks protruding from bodies of water especially
near beaver lodges, where trapping is frequent. Join the burgeoning
ranks of trap saboteurs!
At this moment in Seattle people are gathering in a
grotesque celebration of the barbaric fur trade. They are selling untold
numbers of skins from innocent animals in the name of their meaningless
god, money. In response to these killers we returned to Vancouver to
visit another house of horrors, the Glass House at 1425 Clyde Avenue in
West Vancouver. The Glass House is owned by notorious animal abuser Jody
Claman. Jody Claman supports and promotes the abuse, torture and murder
of tens of thousands of innocent furry animals on her stupid tv show
real housewives of vancouver. She has a reputation for wearing dozens of
dead animals in the form of her grotesque full fur coats. She prances
around through her useless, meaningless life looking like a psychotic
bastard child of cruella deville and barbie. Her store sells both fur
and feathers. No doubt she is unaware that these feathers are ripped
from the birds as they are still alive, or boiled off of them in
Jody, you lied to the media saying your vile fur is
second hand, but we know that you are lying to hide your embarrassment
for your violent habits. You are also lying on your website saying you
sell raccoon fur that you are either too stupid to know is dog fur or
you just like lying about it.
During the night of March 21 we descended upon Vancouver
to visit her horrid store. We squirted foul liquid in the door to
destroy anything it touched. We also reminded the Glass House that they
are under surveillance by signing our name ALF in large painted letters.
We splashed the remaining paint on the front of the store to warn your
community about what you do to innocent animals every single day in the
name of your obscene 'fashion sense.'
If we ever find fur in your store again or on your
stupid show we'll see you at home next time.
It's time to realize that you are not the only person on
Earth. Every single day millions and millions of mink, foxes, dogs,
rabbits, and other animals are trapped in cages, pacing back and forth
from boredom and terror. They see their family members dumped
unceremoniously into gas chambers and gassed to death. The chambers'
walls gouged with the claw marks of the condemned desperate to escape,
though no escape is possible. The foxes have rods put in their genitals
and are electrocuted, causing their tiny eyes to bulge out as the life
drains from them. The thousands of dogs whose carcasses are in Jody's
store had their skulls bashed in so that she could feel special, wearing
their bodies around like a scarf.
Get it through your head, if you continue killing them,
you will continue hearing from us.
For the animals, who are unable to save themselves,
According to local media reports, on
February 19 netted-cage traps used to capture deer as part of a cull in
Cranbrook, British Columbia were vandalized. 24 mule deer were killed
during the cull, which concluded at the end of February. February 3, 2013 -
FUR SHOP LOCKED
"Rebel Wolf has surfaced in Ontario and carried out a
soft hit in broad daylight with the local police station directly
behind him as he locked down the target Simcoe Furriers in Oshawa.
This is only the beginning >>>
"On a late rainy January 5th night an ALF cell attacked
an unoccupied police cruiser via Molotov cocktail. This cruiser was
parked there to intimidate or detour any future attacks or protests
on Megan Halprin's residence or the Snowflake fur shops she owns.
However, the increased police presence will not stop our graceful and
successful attacks. Make no mistake, this is war. This is a fur war.
This is a class war. The elite and the police are the enemy and will
be treated as such. It is without a doubt that oppression will come,
whether it is in the form of arrests, harassment by the fascist state
or by a former comrade turned snitch who can't take the heat. We must
stay strong and united. If you snitch, you are an element of the
state and will be treated as the enemy. ALF is alive and well. Megan
Halprin you are never safe. Police you are never safe. You should
have expected us."
"We do not know if this has ever occurred before. Last
night, Vancouver fur shop Speiser Furs was unknowingly visited by two
seperate ALF cells. We learned this morning that individuals went to the
front of the store to glue the locks and paste leaflets, while we were
at the back of the store using hypodermic needles to shoot a foul
substance into the store through cracks in the door. To the other cell,
while we have no idea who you are, we hope with our combined efforts
these actions will shut the doors of this house of horrors for good. How
romantic it would have been if we had crossed paths. This was our second
attack this week, three days earlier we did the same at Max Mara. We
estimate several thousand dollars in damage and dozens of ruined
jackets. That is what they get for boldy displaying the abused carcasses
of fur bearing animals in their windows. ALF Vancouver"
"Last night, two wicked stores profiting off the torture
and mutilation of non-humyn and humyn animals had their locks glued and
'ALF' flyers stuck into their mail slots. The locks were glued with a
toothpick and crazy glue, for extra stickage, and the flyers were wiped
clean of any and all fingerprints. It is our intention to let these
stores know that their very existence is the impetus for our struggle.
Capitalism has driven humynity to exploit the earth and her animals, and
has created class divisions so fierce that it is very difficult to
realize our dreams. We strive for a world where we are not stuck inside
such rigid boxes, and will continue to attack the social order on as
many fronts as we can (we're just getting warmed up). These two
stores, Speiser Furs and Black Sheep on Granville Street, Vancouver BC,
profit off the lives of animals who were born into an existence of
torture and misery. Perpetual struggle! Laws can go f***
themselves. ALF Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories"
"Last night Toronto joined the world wide war against
the trade in animal skins. Four Seasons Furs and T.O. Leather Fashions
had chemicals poured through the cracks in their doors that will destroy
anything they come into contact with.
This is what you get for profiting off of violence and
This was your first attack but will not be your last.
"On the morning of November 25, 2012 in
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, we gained entry to an equipment storage
building at a factory poultry farm by cutting the padlock off of the
latch on the front door. Once inside, we smashed windows and lights on
tractors, glued locks, and graffitied the walls. We also took paperwork
and keys to some of the machinery that were left inside the building.
The owners of the factory farm should understand that our actions will
only increase in size in the future, and they are going to need much
more than a padlock to stop us. - ALF"
"during the night of october 31 lux boutique in downtown
vancouver was visited by the alf. no one is unnoticed who profits off of
cruelty and killing. the door was bolted shut to add difficulty but the
benefit of syringes is they puncture the seal around the door jamb.
through the door we shot foul smelling liquid designed to get into the
fabric of anything near it.
snowflake furs has reopened since they were visited.
they reported that the attack caused at least $500,000 in damage. thats
not good enough for the foxes pacing on a fur farm right now who will
die next year so that you can make a few dollars. the murderers continue
to cry how unfair it is that they are persecuted, humble torturers that
they are. when your life is dedicated to causing suffering, polluting
the planet and lying to your customers - you will continue to be
persecuted. and stop telling your customers that your fur comes from
canada. most of it is rex rabbit and all of your rabbit bodies come from
china. ive seen your financials, i know where you shop.
this is a challenge to activists around the world. too
many suffer and die for their fur and leather. you can make a
difference. hypodermic needles filled with whatever you can get your
hands on. even bleach or drain cleaner can make fur unsellable. there is
nothing more important than defending those who suffer the most who
cannot defend themselves. think of them, think of the planet, think of
the suffering. you can make a difference for animals.
lux boutique is closed for business and the store is
empty. the alf will always find a way."
According to Fur Commission
USA, in the early hours of September 21, a perimeter fence was cut and
approx. 200 mink were freed from cages at Oakwood Farms (3708 Baker
Road) in Niagara Falls, Ontario. September 28, 2012 -
STORE: AN UPDATE FROM THE ALF
"Five weeks ago we took
against Snowflake Furs and Speiser Furs in Vancouver Canada. We used 10
large syringes with 16 gauge needles to shoot a foul substance into the
stores through small spaces in the doors. Syringes have the ability to
shoot more than 25 feet into the building onto their merchandise causing
serious economic damage. The Pacific Center Snowflake Furs location
is now closed indefinitely. The store is gutted and lifeless, how
We will stop when the violence and murder stops and
it is only a matter of time before actions like these start occurring at
the other Snowflake locations in Whistler and Banff. To anyone who
does not understand why fur stores are being targeted in this way please
search 'fur cruelty' or 'skinned alive for fur' on your computer and
spend some time witnessing the horrific fur trade.
According to media
reports, a noxious substance was sprayed into Snowflake Furs and Speiser
Furs in downtown Vancouver late on August 20. Reportedly, syringes were
used to spray liquid into the stores through gaps around the front
Animal activists are suspected of being
responsible for the attacks. Both fur stores have been targeted by the
ALF several times before, most recently in
"On June 9, the night before the Belmont races we acted
in defense of the horses at Vancouver's Hastings Racecourse. We knew it
was expected to be the biggest night of the year for the track so we
scattered thousands of roofing nails in all of their parking lots.
This will be the first of many actions at the track.
"On the night of May 21st four Vancouver fur stores were
visited by the ALF. Capilano Furs, Speiser Furs, Snowflake Furs and
Pappas Furs were covered in red paint to remind the public of the
innocent blood spilled every day in the vicious fur trade. Eugene Klein,
owner of Capilano Furs is dumb enough to run his fur business out of his
home in North Vancouver so we also painted his $50,000 dodge truck and
the brand new VW sitting in his driveway.
This action is dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of
mink suffering and dying on the many filthy, polluted fur farms in the
To Megan Halprin of Snowflake Furs:
The sign outside of your house says 'The right to free
speach does not include: harrassment, tresspassing and vandalism.' Well,
the right to earn a fair living does not include torturing, abusing, and
We didn't bother visiting your house because there is
still evidence of a previous visit splattered all over your front door.
It still looks great.
Right now the Seattle Fur Exchange/American Legend
auction is taking place just across the border and tens of thousands of
skins from Canadian wild and fur farmed individuals are being auctioned
off to the highest bidding asshole. This sick event is one of the
largest of its kind. We want the participants to know that every time
you take a step forward, profiting off of violence, abuse and
destruction of the natural world we will be right behind you, ripping
and tearing at your heels. We WILL bring you down.
"the home of snowflake furs owner megan halprin was
visited again during the night of march 8. her front lawn was covered in
bleach. we like your new banner just for us. your new cameras are nice
too, sadly they will prove no deterrent to us. at least you've figured
out that every time you scrub the paint off of your house, we will just
replace it again. the black looks nice on your front door. see you soon
"During the night of november 26 notorious owner of
snowflake furs megan halpren had her house again covered in paint. We
know full well that this annoyed you and yet it is not a shadow of the
pain, psychological trauma, or fear that the tens of thousands of
animals you sentence to death every year live and die in. Your worst day
is a world better than their best. You are a criminal and a monster, we
will continue to escalate our visits until you drop fur entirely or go
out of business.
And to your vile sister Rokie who is equally complicit
in your shops of horrors: Just because you live in a comfortable
apartment complex doesn't mean we won't visit you too. It just means
we'll be more creative and make better use of our visit.
"On October 19 animal killers Snowflake furs at the
corner of howe and pender streets was again covered in spray paint a
reminder of their crimes against wildlife and their ecosystems. As long
as you enslave, imprision, torture, mutilate, rape and murder thousands
of animals a year we will always be there to attack you. UNTIL EVERY
CAGE IS EMPTY
"Tonight we took action against one of Vancouver's
cruelest businesses- SPEISER FURS.
We brought a backpack with us
and in it was an industrial pressurized chemical sprayer with a two foot
long spraying wand. We inserted the spraying wand into their mail slot
and sprayed 4 litres of a highly corrosive chemical onto their racks of
jackets. The pressurized sprayer has the ability to reach more than 25
feet so we are confident that we were able to soak almost every rack in
the store. We made sure to glue the locks on the front and back entrance
to delay them from gaining access to the store in the morning allowing
the chemical to cause sufficient damage to the pelts.
of economic sabotage was done in solidarity with the 12 Spanish
activists who were arrested and detained on bogus charges.
THE SPANISH 12!
Animal activists are not terrorists. The sick
individuals who electrocute fur bearing animals in the anus and skin
them while their innocent hearts are still beating are the true
We won't stop until they do.
According to media reports, $50,000 worth of fur and
leather coats were destroyed in the action.
to learn more about the twelve animal rights activists who were arrested
in Spain on June 22.
"On the night of March 29th in Whistler BC, the ALF
decided to do what the Canadian government should have done in the first
place, punish Outdoor Adventures for ordering the deaths of 100 used up
sled dogs. We covered their entire head office with red paint and
damaged their windows for all the tourists to see. The reason the
Canadian government may have ignored this case of animal cruelty is
because they are too busy setting a quota of 400 000 seals for the seal
slaughter. Our entire country is run by animal abusing scumbags.....
which is why the next night we sabotaged 4 of the conservative
governments campaign posters in Vancouver. We shredded them with razor
blades and left the message "Save our Seals." After that we headed to
the offices of Fairchild Group, owner of Aberdeen shopping center.
Fairchild Group rents retail space to Pappas Furs, Canada's oldest fur
company as well as other fur retailers, live seafood restaurants, and
shark fin dealers. We glued all their locks, left a spray paint message
"No more Pappas" and covered their entire parking lot with roofing nails
in hopes of ruining the tires on the expensive cars they bought with
A message to Joey Houssain, owner of Outdoor
Adventures. We know you didn't commit the actual murders yourself, but
neither did Hitler and you ordered those dogs to be killed. We know you
still have more animals and if we find out that one more innocent animal
is harmed for your business the next visit will hit a bit closer to
home, and by that we mean we know where you live.
In a country
where our government not only ignores animal abusers, they reward them
as with the case of the Whistler 100, it is time for Canadian citizens
to take these issues into our own hands. If not us, then who, if not
now then when?
"On Saturday October 10 2010, we visted the locations of
3 companies who directly profit off of animal abuse.
in North Vancouver BC is run out of a home in North Van. We covered
their entire doorstep and one of their cars with black paint and slashed
We then went to
Wah Restaurant, one of the largest LIVE seafood restaurants in
Vancouver. We chained their doors shut with heavy duty chains and
padlocks, and painted on their walls SAVE OUR OCEANS and STOP SELLING
SHARK FIN SOUP.
After that we went to Max Mara where we covered their
front window with red paint and shattered their front door. STOP SELLING
"THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE FAIRMONT HOTELS WILL NOT END UNTIL EVERY FUR
STORE IS REMOVED FROM THEIR LOBBIES. VANCOUVER FAIRMONT MANAGER RICK
CORCORAN WAS VISITED AT HOME BY THE ALF LEAVING RED PAINT ON HIS FRONT
DOOR AS A SYMBOL OF THE BLOOD HE ALLOWS TO BE POURED IN THE LOBBY OF HIS
HOTEL. GET RID OF THE FUR STORE RICK.
"IN THE EARLY MORNING OF FEB 17 THE FAIRMONT HOTEL
VANCOUVER HAD PAINT THROWN ON THE WINDOWS OF SNOWFLAKE FURS. THE
FAIRMONT HAS ALLOWED THREE FUR STORES TO STAY OPEN IN THEIR LOBBIES FOR
A DECADE: EVICT SNOWFLAKE FURS
VANCOUVER IS AN OLYMPIC CITY AND THE WHOLE WORLD IS
WATCHING. THE ALF IS WATCHING THE FAIRMONT.