Check Out The Ready Set's Peta2 Anti-Fur Campaign

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The Ready Set's Jordan Witzigreuter is starring in a new anti-fur campaign for peta2 in which he asks fans to "Grow Your Own Fur and Let Animals Keep Theirs." He sports a handlebar moustache for the shot, and even sat down for an interview with the group to talk about his stance against wearing fur.

"I think it's kind of crazy that people still wear real animal fur," he says. "There's so much cruelty involved with actually obtaining the fur and everything -- there are no laws that regulate how it's taken, no moral or ethical way I feel of doing that, so it just kind of blows my mind that it even happens anymore."

"People who wear fur are, in a sense, very selfish," Jordan adds. "I look at it as the same way as if somebody wanted to come and take the hair off your head and wear it because they thought it was attractive."

The singer-songwriter talks about other animal rights issues in his interview, joining the likes of Never Shout Never, Justin Bieber, Lea Michele and more who have lent their celebrity to the cause.
Check out Jordan's full video on peta2.com, and enter for a chance to win a copy of The Ready Set's latest album, 'I'm Alive, I'm Dreaming,' as well as an autographed poster. Want to hear more from Jordan? Check out his 5 favorite things about the holidays, just in time for Christmas.

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