During cold or winter weather
Don’t wear fur, wear, pseudo-leather
Certain folks wear skins of bear
It’s obvious that they don’t care
While cruel traps kill the furry beasts
Vain girls wear fur to churchly feasts
Those who wear their furry boots
May hair fall right out from their roots
Many a beast drew its last breath
So gals can wear these Coats of Death
If you wear a furry coat
You best expect a nasty note
Ladies who would wear a sable
Are not welcome at my table.
Guys that buy their gals an ermine
Are to me like toxic vermin
Fur is fashion of the vain
Oblivious to all the animal'(s) pain
Come on all you silly girls
Wear something else with your rings and pearls
How much pity is there felt
For critters slain to make a pelt?
In this icy winter season
When snow is cold and ice is breezin’
Don’t wear Fur, there is no reason
Some would say as bad as treason
With furry shawl, worn to a ball
Animal lovers you will gall
At times of Yule, Some folks are fooled
That wearing Fur makes you look cool
All should know, no matter what,
That [wearing] Fur is nothing more than cruel.
For gloves or clothes with furry trim,
They still tear creatures limn from limn.
With cruelty taint. A mournful plaint,
I hope your Furs meet with read paint!
In these days of cold and snow
Let the minks, chinchillas go.
Shocking minks to make a stole.
Clubbing seals near the North Pole.
Some furry beasts are even drowned
I hope the Fur Biz burns to the ground!
[Or moves way out of town]
[Or is lost and never found]