I’m a big fan of fur-flinging, a method of fusing skin from a dog or cat with a substance called fur (which is typically the skin of another animal).
I do it because I find it to be the most humane way to do it.
But, as I’ve learned, there are drawbacks to using this method.
Fur-thinsing requires that a fur-lover have a pet, and fur-lovers tend to get fur-related allergies.
Furry fur-fur-fur.net, the company that makes the Fur-Flesh, also has a website devoted to fur-skin processing, but it is currently only available in the United States.
While I have not personally tried the Fur Flesh in person, it does contain ingredients that are similar to the ones found in animal-based products like fur and leather.
So, is it worth it?
The fur-hairs on the Fur Flesh are incredibly realistic.
I personally prefer the look of fur on my body, but the fur-shedding process does have a couple of drawbacks, such as the fact that it does not make the fur feel soft.
There are also safety concerns for fur-haters, who may be allergic to the ingredients in the Fur flesh.
Still, I think the Fur Meat is a better alternative to furs in terms of health benefits, and I think it’s better for a person with fur allergies.
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