A girl saves a sable on a fur farm in Russia and decides to adopt it

Among the animals destined for the fur trade are sables , a mammal that inhabits the forests of northern Asia and eastern Europe. In Russia,  sable fur is considered among the most valuable.

Right in Russia a girl named Zhenya saved a sable destined to become fur, and today lives under the same roof as her.

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Zhenya had learned about the sale of a sable on a farm that supplied animals for the fur market. She was determined to save him from a terrible fate and negotiated a price to purchase the animal from the farm.

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The sable, practically born in captivity, could not be released into the wild , as it was incapable of obtaining food independently and defending itself from other predators.

That’s why the sable now lives in the house with the girl.

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Zhenya stated that it is not easy to live with a sable ; in fact, the animal still retains instincts and behaviors that are difficult to manage in an apartment like the one where Zhenya lives: sables are excellent climbers and love to “steal” objects.

Furthermore, the zebel adopted by the young woman, who is a female specimen, suffered traumas that still affect her today.

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However, life with a sable at home holds many surprises: struck by the charm of this animal, Zhenya decided to open an Instagram account where the protagonist is undoubtedly her “sable”.

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In the wild, sables live on fir, pine, and birch trees , trees typically found in northern Asia and eastern Europe. They build dens near rivers and in the thickest parts of the woods

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It is truly cruel that animals are still involved in the fur market. More and more brands, companies and testimonials decide to take a stand against the use of animals in clothing , but there is still a long way to go!

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Source used

https://www.instagram.com/russian_sable/

https://www.businessinsider.com/russias-wild-sable-fur-farms-2016-4?IR=T

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