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Khloe Kardashian Attends Barker's Save The Seals Event

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Looks like Khloe Kardashian is truly embracing the animal rights scene.

Earlier this year, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star appeared in PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign. On Wednesday evening, she attended Nigel Barker’s Save The Seals event — intended to raise awareness on the plight of seals skinned for their fur. Writing on her blog she said,

On Wednesday night, before I went to Maxim’s Hot 100 party, I went to Nigel Barker’s Save the Seals event. Nigel is truly an incredible man — so influential and the work he’s done for these beautiful, harmless creatures is truly amazing!!! After teaming up with the Humane Society [of the United State], Nigel went to Canada to document the birth, growth and death of the seals there.

The seals are being hunted for their fur and the purpose of this event was to bring awareness to the unnecessary cruelty being inflicted upon them 🙁

Malika and I went together and just seeing the photographs that Nigel took makes you wonder how anyone could ever want to hurt such beautiful animals.

My brother Brody and his girlfriend Jade were there, as well as Carmen Electra and her husband Rob. It was a really moving experience and I am flattered to have been invited to attend!

Glad to see Khloe getting the word out on her blog. If you would like to learn more about the seal hunt — and Barker’s work to help end it — check out the HSUS page here.

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