Kim Kardashian Slammed By New PETA Billboard For Fur Wardrobe (EXPLICIT PHOTO)

Kim Kardashian can't run. And she can't hide. PETA finally mounted a new billboard in the reality star's hometown of Beverly Hills publicly criticizing her fox fur wardrobe.

First reported by Hollywood Life in November, the billboard shows an image of Kim Kardashian wrapped in fur next to a pair of young foxes and a message that reads: "KIM: These babies miss their mother. Is she on your back?"

"Kim knows that animals on fur farms are beaten, electrocuted, and often skinned alive," PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange wrote in a statement on their website. "We've explained it to her, and she's watched a video expose that was filmed inside fur farms. When Kim is ready to put an end to her relationship with fur, PETA will be happy to take her discards and donate them to the homeless."

When people learn that millions of innocent animals are beaten, boiled, hanged, and electrocuted for their fur every year; that each fur coat, each piece of fur lining or fur trim, and each fur cat toy represents the intense suffering of dozens of animals; and that furriers intentionally mislabel the fur of cats and dogs as fur from other species or as faux fur -- then every decent human being will want to go fur-free.

While the E! reality star prefers animal-skinned fashion, The New York Daily News reminds readers that her sister has taken a completely different stance on the matter.

Khloe Kardashian stripped down for PETA back in 2008 as part of the organization's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign.

*Scroll down to see more photos from the "I'd Rather Go Naked" campaign. (WARNING: SOME IMAGES CONTAIN EXPLICIT CONTENT)*

But PETA doesn't stop with simply criticizing the fur industry and its customers; they also propose some solutions. On their website, PETA's cruelty-free clothing guide offers tips on looking trendy without hurting any animals.

Check out the opposing billboards featuring the two Kardashian sisters below.

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