|Factory horror: An angora rabbit is tied up and its skin stretched as it is being cut with an electric shear|
The horrific reality of angora fur industry has revealed the shocking images from a Chinese manufacturer .
The rabbits were tied up and stretch out before workers rip out the hair by hand , leaving the rabbits lies in their Pagensayo the drubbing .
In a video recorded by PETA in China , where 90 percent of the world angora fur is harvested , the animals can be heard screaming in pain .
The animals were kept for 2-5 years , using their fur being yanked out every 2-3 months , according to PETA Asia .
When the hair is plucked , the animals are thrown into very Pagensayo the discipline to recover .
Once a rabbit has outlived its purpose , it is killed and the skin .
" PETA UK are appealing to consumers this holiday season " , says PETA UK Associate Director Mimi Bekhechi .
" Please take time to read the label on that sweater or scarf . If it says " angora " leave the item on the rack . '
Rabbits also suffer with assorted cut or sheared fur : During the process of the cut , their front and back legs are tightly tethered and the sharp cutting tool can not wound them as they struggle to desperately to escape .
PETA reports that merchants keep the animals alone in barren wire Pagensayo the stroke that damaged their sensitive feet .
They were denied solid wood , bedding and the vital inclusion of other rabbits .
In China , there are no penalties for animal abuse in the rabbit farm and no standards to regulate the treatment of animals .
|Pain and suffering: The terror in the animal's eyes is unmistakeable as a worker with a Chinese angora trader stretches it out and yanks out its fur|
|Animal cruelty: The angora rabbits are alive throughout the plucking and are kept for several years, plucked every few months, before their throats are slit|
|Torture: The Chinese fur traders use the plucking technique as it results in better quality fur and more money|
|Shocking truth: The animals are constantly injured from throughout the plucking as they struggle to break free|
|Left to recover: After the rabbit had had all its fur yanked out it is thrown into a cage to regrow its fur in complete solitude|
|Monopoly on cruelty: An estimated 90 per cent of the world's angora fur is sourced from China|
|No hope: This young bunny is in the process of regrowing its fur while recovering from an eye infection in a naked steel cage|
|Locked up: The cages injure the rabbit's feet and the insanitary conditions see many of them, such as this one, suffer infections and illness|