By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

Affordable Animal Rings Will Raise Your Finger Cuteness To Insane Heights.

When animals are used for their fur (animals like foxes, minks, rabbits, and bears, among so many others) they are often killed in violent ways such as electrocution, gassing, and neck breaking. There's also the use of traps. That's the cost of fashion. That's why people get so angry when they see someone in a fur coat.

But good news! There are ways to "wear" animals without harming them. The Mary Lou jewelry design shop, named after the song "Hello Mary Lou," is known for its animal inspired pieces. The shop features quality brass materials and enamel paint.

You can't get these anywhere else. You'll only find these uniquely designed accessories at Mary Lou's with vintage jewelry lovers in mind. There's a variety of earrings, rings, pendants, and bracelets to choose from. There are two physical stores you can visit while in Thailand, where it is based, but they've also got an Etsy page for easy browsing.

Don't worry about this sloth escaping your fingers. It's much too slow for that. We love the gold accents!

Will the squirrel ever get ahold of that acorn? It'll be up to the ring wearer!

It isn't winter without a visit from the beautiful Arctic fox. Did you know that these pups are active year round?

Cranes are believed to symbolize happiness and eternal youth. Slip on this ring and feel both instantly!

I think the students at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry would approve of this mystical piece.

Wear this red fox ring daily and you'll be nonstop smiling. Which do you prefer? This one or the Arctic fox?

Raccoons are known for being highly intelligent. You'd be amazed at their hands, they look almost like ours!

This flamingo piece will get you a spot next to Cady, Gretchen, and Karen. Maybe if you're feeling generous, you can gift one to Regina.

Look at the those delicate little antlers! Deers have long been a symbol of grace and beauty. We can all learn a few things from this beautiful creature.

This Persian cat has to be related to Grumpy Cat, and we're not complaining. There's something about that scrunchy face that gives us so much joy!

Source: MaryLouBangkok / Etsy