Logan and the Fox is a conservation book highlighting the use of wild animals for fur.
Join Logan as he takes a walk through the woods, getting lost along the way. After encountering a fox caught in a snare, Logan frees his new furry friend and learns the plight of other wildlife not so lucky. Logan soon finds his way home, often returning to the woods to visit his new friend.
About Logan and the Fox
The fur trade is a global industry responsible for millions of wildlife suffering for fashion. Large-scale industrial fur farms are found across the world. Foxes, mink and other animals are kept in horrendous conditions on these farms. In the wild, many animals are caught in cruel traps and snares, causing a great deal of pain and suffering. It’s not just foxes who get caught in traps, either. Domestic pets, birds and other creatures are also caught.
Through Logan’s journey into the woods and his new-found friend, Logan and the Fox increases awareness of the fur industry. Foxes have beautiful coats made to keep them warm during winter and cool during summer. In today’s world, there is no need for humans to wear fur.
Logan and his new friend, the fox, teach us the importance of compassion in child-friendly language. Simple black and white illustrations are used to highlight the fact that there are no grey areas when it comes to the well-being of animals.
20% of all proceeds from the sale of the Logan and the Fox conservation book will be donated to Open Cages in the UK who is working to end fur farming, as well as for their initiatives to create a better world for farmed animals.
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