"We use the discarded furs as bedding to give the animals comfort and reduce stress. The fur garments act as a surrogate mother. It is a warm and furry substitute."—Michael Markarian, the Humane Society's chief operating officer in Washington, D.C., on their Coats for Cubs program, which recycles fur coats to use as "nests, bedding, or cuddly replacements for mom and dad" for orphaned, injured, or sick wildlife. [Via.]
That's infinitely more awesome than dousing paint on people. The Animal Rights Group Who Shall Not Be Named ought to take note.