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Ms. Harrison encounter little Timmy- her neighbor, seven years old- one Saturday morning at the store wearing her brand new fur coat. Little Timmy, surprised by the size of this thing asked Ms. Harrison what that was. She said it was her really expensive coat that she bought another day expecting that little Timmy was going to admire her great taste in style. When little Timmy inquired what was made from, she responded "fur" hoping that he was not likely to have the ability to put the pieces together, but if little Timmy requested "Fur, from who? How was it removed?" Ms. Harrison can do nothing else but turn away in shame and head home. "A 1998 investigation by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) subjected the worldwide fur industry's ugly secret: the widespread slaughter of companion animals- domestic dogs an cats- for the production of clothing, accessories, and trinkets." (www.infurmation.com/) The world we live in today is becoming something that worries people and societies from all over the planet, but that unfortunately appears to be overwhelming and people cannot do anything about it. The principal questions regarding the killing of animals for fur are: Who do we blame for this clinic? How has it influenced the world since its inception? Could we make it stop? How? Different species of animals have been killed for their fur, which is to meet the demand of a chosen group of individuals from the community, not all of these. I will be discussing how much does this clinic comparison with the Utilitarian principles and in the event the outcome of it's warranted, and attempt to inspire the reader to become involved in the eradication or at least to raise a concern about this "slaughter" based on the results of this justification. Utilitarian t.. .