Cry Of The Innocent: The Voices That Can’t Speak


CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak: Posted by William Collett (cause leader)


What is the state of our world’s conscience when we can tolerate the needless and horrific act of a sentient being skinned alive for its fur and empower the industry that profits from such atrocity?

Social responsibility, ecological preservation and evolution of consciousness are the challenges of this decade. It is evident that we have not yet fully evolved as a society when the unconscionable practices and cruelty of the fur trade, and the inhumane suffering of all afflicted animals, is still a reality in the 21st century. The killing of defenseless animals is an atrocity and reprehensible violation of the innocent, and should no longer be tolerated in a civilized and evolved society.



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  1. CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak has produced three movie shorts to date (links below) and working toward a full-length documentary. The trailer shorts have had a profound effect on its viewers around the globe with acclaimed reviews and have gained the attention of the international press, including China, the world’s largest supplier of animal skins and the mecca of the largely unknown cat and dog fur trade, bringing it into the international spotlight. This important film is seeking angel donors, benefactors and sponsors to fund its next stage of production. To donate, please visit the film’s website at

    CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak
    A Film by Kathleen Lowson

    MOVIE SHORT (Footage shot in Norway, Canada, China, US and New Mexico):

    MOVIE SHORT: Cat and Dog Fur Trade (Footage shot in China):

    PREMIER MOVIE TRAILER (Footage shot in Canada and China):



    CNN REPORT: Dog and Cat Fur Could be the Trim on Your Jacket:



    “Extraordinary, a brave and vitally important piece of work”… Riveting!!”… “Wow, powerful and gripping!”… “A documentary unlike any about animal cruelty”… “Very deeply affecting, this film is going to be big.”

  2. This film is an investment in the future of humanity and the lives of animals who die in silence every day.