An Impassioned Call for Transformational Social Evolution


Every year, the international fur trade murders upwards of 100 MILLION fur-bearing animals, including man’s best friend and feline companion, killed without mercy so that their fur can be made into products for the fashion industry.  This annual count does not include rabbits, which the United Nations reports to be at least 1 BILLION killed each year solely for their fur.

To address the issues of the fur industry is to address the complexity of the human condition and our collective consciousness, which perceives fur as a commodity, a ‘status symbol’ rather than the skin of a once living, sentient being.

The more we feed the ego and its false sense of power, the larger it will become.  Ego feeds itself, causing diabolical destruction in its wake, attempting to fill a void that cannot be filled without the revelation of truth and what is really sought after.

What compels anyone with a beating heart to look into the eyes of a living being and take away its breath of life? 

The holocaust of sentient beings in cold blood for vanity and greed is devoid of spiritual conscience and should not be tolerated in a civilized society.  It is a disgrace to humanity.

Minks on Truck Destined for Slaughter

The perpetrators and the consumers who support the atrocity disconnect from the cruelty and perpetuate the condition.  Unless we heal the source of inhumanity, the disease will prevail – any lesser remedy is akin to applying a bandage to a severed limb.

CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak, a critically-acclaimed Documentary Film Series, interprets from the soul perspective, bridging the link to cruelty from a deeper level of the psyche to help heal the ‘condition of disconnect’ in our society.  The films explore the sociological and spiritual factors that contribute to the iniquitous and inhumane treatment of animals in our society, with its center on the fur trade as a paradigm of a more pervasive nemesis permeating our world.

When we can come to understand the impetus that propels the darkness, only then can we induce the light and illuminate consciousness.  Through the revelation of spiritual truth, our Documentary Film Series will awaken the collective conscience of humanity, and in turn, impact consumer demand that subsidizes animal cruelty.  Our purchasing power is our strength and a vital force for transformational social evolution on our planet.

We are ONE inseparable soul energy.  When we disconnect from the suffering of sentient beings, we disconnect from our own suffering.

The animal kingdom is the conduit to the light, to our own evolution – that is the sacrifice they are making on planet earth.  They are taking on the burden of inhumanity with unconditional love in their hearts, so that humanity can awaken.

The power of respect will save our world.

©Kathleen Lowson, Director, CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak.  All Rights Reserved.

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15 Comments On “An Impassioned Call for Transformational Social Evolution”

  1. Do whatever you can. Rescue, Donate, Share, Tell, Boycott or whatever else. But don’t look away and do nothing.

  2. It’s pure vanity. I am certain if the people that wear real fur see the suffering that animals go through, they would wear faux fur instead.

  3. Thank you for making this extremely important film. I am constantly flabbergasted at seeing women (and men) flaunt themselves around town in their ugly furs. i just want to scream. This film needs to be seen in every high school in the USA, China, Canada, UK and Europe. Maybe even junior high. Thank you once again for taking a stance! I will share it with the world and all over social media.

  4. They are evil. We need to stop this. I mean that little puppy, the suffering that it must have gone through with the rest of the dogs. It must have been really frightening for that little puppy. Could you imagine what it would be like if it was your child in there and you watching that from inside and not able to do anything? That would be heartbreaking, so what is the difference between an animal inside there to a child? There is no difference at all. We need to help these animals. We must stop this killing and these people who do it be punished for what they’re doing. They are nothing but evil bastards I hope to rot in hell. Thank you.

  5. I just saw the movie “Into The Woods” and one of the characters wears a scarf of what looks like two baby foxes. I was horrified and am wondering what to do to protest this. I’ve just donated to your org, thank you for what you do. I intend to stay involved with this movement.

  6. Where is the humanity? I am a professor of Animal Law and I thought I had seen it all until I saw Cry of the Innocent. When can we stop this horrific treatment of poor, defenseless creatures? When we, as a society, stop buying anything with any kind of fur, real, “faux” or fake. It isn’t fake or “faux”-it is likely real. Real dogs and cats, man’s best friends. I became an animal advocate because when I was a child I looked into my dog’s eyes and saw a soul as real as my own. THANK YOU for producing this film.

  7. What are we? Are we really human beings? Did god make us like this? Did we come to earth to kill other living beings, to skin them alive to wear their skin for fashion to show how rich we are? How would we feel if we were skinned alive for someone else to use our skin? I wonder the monsters who are running this business, how can they sleep at night after hearing the cry of the innocent ones? How can they look in the mirror after seeing the helpless eyes of the voiceless? How can they eat their bread knowing that the money with which they bought the bread is by killing the ones who have never harmed them? There is a saying “when the bird is alive they eat ants, but when birds die ants eat them”… I believe in KARMA. The ones who are doing this barbaric act will also suffer equally. And I pray and wish that day comes soon.

  8. People have become so disassociated from life in general that raising animals with no quality of life for some brutal industry is a greater statement that society and humans have become sick.

  9. What kind of monsters inflict this cruelty and suffering upon helpless animals? What kind of monsters wear the dead bodies of these beautiful animals, knowing they have been tortured and slaughtered?

  10. It’s a cruel, sadistic, vile and horrible trade that should be made illegal. I do not understand how anyone would want to wear fur of any kind. The people who buy and wear fur should go to the torture fur farms and see for themselves the hell these poor animals have to go through for the sake of someone wanting to wear fur, maybe then they would have a change of mind. It is immoral, wrong and a crime against nature and should be banned NOW!

  11. STOP

  12. marina Alescekevich

    impossibile vedere ed accettare che essere umano fa questo… ma che sadismo… ma siamo umani per davvero? bastardi assasini di merda umana, dovete pagare i vostri crimini contro gli innocenti.

  13. I’m soo sad. What I have seen so far, I’ve cried deeply inside. I couldn’t believe what my eyes were seeing. If someone would have just told me this existed I would never had believed in today’s world we had such cruelty. I’m heartbroken 🙁 Thank you Kathleen Lowson for what you have done with your work.

  14. I feel terrible, so god knows how the animals are feeling watching what is going on when they are trapped in those stinking small cages. I just wish that everyone will get together to stop the torture and heinous cruelty. Thank you Kathleen Lowson for being so brave in bringing us such a film.

  15. stop it!!!!

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