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Mayim Bialik participated in the Humane Society's No Fur Campaign.Mayim Bialik participated in the Humane Society's No Fur Campaign.

Mayim Bialik Pledges to Be Fur-Free with HSUS

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Actress Mayim Bialik is one busy lady. When she’s not on the set of her hit show, “The Big Bang Theory,” or busy mothering her kids, the outspoken vegan does her part to make the world a better place.

And even though she’s still recovering from the horrific car accident that nearly cost her a thumb, Bialik still found time to promote a cause close to her heart.

Over the weekend, the actress announced on Facebook that she supports the Humane Society’s Fur-Free Campaign, which works to end the use of fur in fashion. The HSUS’s site features videos from designers explaining why they don’t use fur, as well as updates on the fur trade around the world.

Bialik shared a photo of herself wearing an anti-fur pin, along with the caption, “I participated in Humane Society’s No Fur Campaign. Please don’t wear fur. It’s not nice to animals.”

Well said. Now if only Lady Gaga would listen. The world could use more celebs promoting cruelty-free fashion. We’re sending best wishes to Bialik for a speedy recovery — the world’s animals need her healthy and advocating!

Check out the HSUS site to get your own anti-fur pin, or to donate to the cause.

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