Turns Out The Southbridge Woman Angry With The Police Sells Roadkill Fur And Rents Out A Teepee In Her Backyard


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Yesterday we shared this story about a local SJW from Southbridge who doesn’t like the fact that the Southbridge Police Department puts pictures of crack cocaine dealers they arrest on their Facebook page:

Southbridge Social Justice Warrior Defending Southbridge Crack Cocaine Dealers Is Obviously New In Town

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Well as it turns out, the brave SJW, (who appears to be moving bales of hay, yet has no hay on her pants) Pamela Michelle Paquin, owns a small business that is kind of controversial with the animal rights folks. She takes road kill, skins it, and sells it as fur. I’m not even kidding you, she has a website.

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You’ll notice that she’s even hired a model for all of her roadkill fur – herself.




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Here’s part of her sales pitch:

Petite Mort Fur clients can stay warm and fabulous knowing they’ve made a compassionate and informed choice.

Right. Because nothing says “fabulous” like rocking a fresh pair of coyote mittens that may or may not have tread marks on them.


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Pamela Paquin’s source for fashion is either “tres chic” or will make you shriek. She creates neck muffs, leg warmers, hats, purses and more from roadkill, or “accidental fur,” as she prefers to call it. As owner of Petite Mort Furs, a 2-year-old Boston-area company, she said she’s offering the fur industry an alternative to wild fur trapping and large-scale fur farms.

The animal rights folks are perplexed:

“We’d just say it’s in very poor taste,” said Kara Holmquist at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, declining to elaborate.


But wait, it gets better. Her company’s name is Petite Mort. Guess what that translates to in French:

“Products by Petite Mort, which means “the little death” in French and also describes the sensation of orgasm”

Oh good. Her business has two meanings – 1) little death, and 2) orgasms. Because when I buy clothing I only want to buy from a business that will make me think about little animals getting run over by semi-trucks while having orgasms. My question is, why little death? Do all of her roadkill furs get hit by Ford Fiestas? Because if it gets run over by a big rig, that doesn’t sound like a very little death. Just sayin.

But wait, if gets even BETTER!!:

“The value that these products have is that they’re handmade, local and last a lifetime,” Paquin explains. “That’s not just couture and high end, but that’s also sustainable.” Each piece comes with a personal note explaining where and when the animal was found.

“Handmade.” I’d say more “tire made,” but that’s just me. And thank God she puts a note on every fur she sells that lets us know where the fur came from. Because I won’t buy a raccoon neck scarf that was hit on 95 North. Our family only buys locally, so if it wasn’t hit on 290, 190, 395, or 146, then Turtleboy won’t be buying it.


So how does she find these carcasses? Is there like an alarm bell that goes off every time a deer gets hit by a car?

Paquin works with animal control specialists to gather the carcasses, but skins many of them herself. She considers the process almost sacred and doesn’t care much for the “roadkill” label. “It’s a turnoff,” Paquin said. “It cheapens my product.”

Oh yea, wouldn’t wanna “cheapen the product.” It’s not like she’s finding dead animals in the road and selling it for $2,000. The roadkill fur business is high end stuff. Plus “roadkill” is so 2005. Haven’t you been keeping up to date on your politically correct social justice terminology? The correct term is “Non-binary trans-asphalt organic fur.”

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One last thing we found out about this brilliant woman. She runs an AirBnB in her backyard. Not her house, her backyard. She actually built a teepee that has a bed in it, and people pay $85 a night to sleep in her backyard.

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It all makes sense now. Yesterday we were kind of confused why someone who lives in Southbridge could say such hilariously moronic things on Facebook. it all makes perfect sense now.

P.S. Turns out Cam Newton actually is one of her clients and wears her roadkill to press conferences. And we all know what a winner Cam Newton is.



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17 Comment(s)
  • D
    September 18, 2016 at 10:22 pm

    I, for one, agree with the majority of the other commenters here. You seem like an angry, small-minded person with nothing better to do than stalk people on Facebook and make judgment calls based on nothing more than your bigoted viewpoint. My wife and I happened to stay in Pamela’s tipi last winter and it was an awesome experience. I also bought her a gorgeous red fox neck stole, which is incredible. So let me get this straight: a beautiful, independent, successful entrepreneur takes animals that would otherwise rot on the side of the road and creates gorgeous fashion accessories out of them, and somehow that makes her “crazy”? Sounds like you are a nasty, jealous, dim-witted misogynist with an inferiority complex and too much time on your hands. If you are representative of those who are “from around here” then I would consider “not from around here” to be a huge compliment.

  • LivesInLowell
    June 24, 2016 at 10:28 am

    lol @ kitten mittens.

  • Reddog
    June 23, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    I can’t imagine anyone would be interested in roadkill fur. Sounds pretty strange to me. Then again, I have a winter hat that has some rabbit fur on it I think. I don’t remember there being a note inside when I bought it.

    • Joseph Schmo
      June 24, 2016 at 3:10 am

      Dat kwayzy wabbit!!

      • Wabbitt
        June 24, 2016 at 7:16 pm

        You rang?

  • Woo Willy
    June 23, 2016 at 7:59 pm

    I’d hit it (pun intended).

  • Tony
    June 23, 2016 at 7:38 pm

    I’m saving up for a Golden retriever hoodie and some kitten mittens!

  • FiestyLawyerLady
    June 23, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    Well, if this isn’t a weird and morbid way to earn money… but hey whatever floats her boat! I don’t think I can remove skin from a raw chicken without gagging a little bit… Can’t imagine skinning something that has a cute face and turning it into a purse lol.

  • Bill P.
    June 23, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    I’d tear that up.

  • Joseph Schmo
    June 23, 2016 at 5:29 pm

    Can I get a pair of fur boots made entirely of chipmunk? How many have to die for just ONE boot??!! I wonder…

  • Ms. Chucklesworth
    June 23, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    “And thank God she puts a note on every fur she sells that lets us know where the fur came from. Because I won’t buy a raccoon neck scarf that was hit on 95 North. Our family only buys locally, so if it wasn’t hit on 290, 190, 395, or 146, then Turtleboy won’t be buying it.” – Seriously hit my chuckle bone.

  • JessinMass
    June 23, 2016 at 4:29 pm

    She’s obviously an idiot savant – doesn’t know anything about the real world but turning road kill into a profit is brilliant! Have to respect her for that.

  • Tony
    June 23, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    So what’s your point. 90 percent of the content on here is just you Facebook stalking people . Who cares if she likes to wear/sell roadkill ?

  • PG
    June 23, 2016 at 3:18 pm

    She might be screwed in the head with stupid idealistic Facebook comments and no idea what she’s talking about, but at least she’s a contributing member of society, even if it is on a fucked up level. I would. Tell me after 10 beers you wouldn’t TB

  • Wabbitt
    June 23, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    She’s reached an entirely new level of hippie. Like she’s transcended normal hippie idiocy and elevated herself to am entirely new plane.

  • Constable Els
    June 23, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    And a successful entrepreneur to (fur) boot.

  • bigdaddyfranks
    June 23, 2016 at 1:05 pm

    I hate to admit it, but she’s kinda hawt.

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