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Khloe Kardashian Shows Off Her Fur-Free Booty For PETA

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Just in time for the holidays, PETA has released another “Rather Go Naked” anti-fur ad — this time starring Khloe Kardashian from Keeping Up With the Kardashians. I could rant endlessly about why this family bothers me to no end, but I’m in a great mood this morning and should just keep the positive vibes flowing. For those still wondering how Khloe became involved, here’s some info from the release,

“The self-proclaimed animal lover admitted that she had no idea what happened to animals killed for their fur until a few of our videos opened up her eyes. “The videos are so graphic but they are so necessary for people to watch. I’m so grateful that I did get the opportunity to see them. I had no idea that’s how these animals are treated.” Khloe says she agreed to pose naked because she wants people to know that she is serious about the fur campaign and that she wanted to do her part.

For more on this latest fur-free ad — as well as a behind-the-scenes photo shoot video, jump over to the official site here.

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