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Stars "Do Something" To Show Their Support For Protect Seals Campaign

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Take one look at a majestic seal pup and you’ll understand why slaughtering even one of these beautiful creatures for their fur is an absolute travesty. In the past three years alone, more than one million baby seals have been clubbed or shot to death and over 95 percent of those were just days or weeks old.

To help spotlight this despicable trade, stars like Jessica Szohr, Kate Flannery, Katrina Bowden, CariDee English, Gracie Mercedes, Damien Fahey, Susie Castillo and the New Kids on the Block are teaming up with the Humane Society of the United States to show their support for the Protect Seals campaign. Check out the star-studded video below and then head on over to DoSomething.org to find out how you can help stop this cruel practice!

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