A shocking undercover investigation has revealed ‘monster foxes’ being bred on fur farms in Finland in deplorable conditions.Footage from five fur farms across Ostrobothnia in western Finland show foxes with huge pelts and rolls of fat folded over their bodies, almost covering their eyes to increase the amount of fur on their bodies.Oikeutta eläimille (Animal Justice) activists say that female foxes, which should be around 3.5 kilograms in wild, can weigh up to five times their normal weight in the cages. But a fox they photographed at the farm weighed more than 19 kilograms.They also found the foxes were kept in cramped conditions with rolls of fat folded over their bodies so bloated they could barely move in their cages. The group’s investigation found the farmers were over-breeding the animals by genetic selection. The foxes were also fed a diet with a very high fat content to grow as big as possible…Watch more below and click in the link!!!