Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Muttpuppies in Disguise

"..." I hear you say.

I know what you're thinking.

If it's not an endless screech of "EEEEEEE", then, like me, you're thinking, Oh, you crazy Japanese. What will you think of next.

They're dyed. (And only that last one is a muttpuppy, because I'm a cheater. The other two are Chows.)

I ... I think I'm against this. I mean, you know people are going to be lining up to adopt Chows, solely for the aesthetic appeal of Panda Dog. But I'm kind of speechless at the moment. I don't know which is causing my brain to melt: The absurdity of the idea, or the indescribable amounts of cute.

However I draw the line at Chicken Poodle.


Linny said...

I hate to be a killjoy, but having known the excruciating pain of getting dye in my eyes when having my eyelashes tinted (it was a stupid idea, I know, but it was a special occasion) I hope they were very careful with those dogs, particularly that little pup.

muttpuppiesontrial said...

I've never known the agony of dye in the eyes, but somebody made a similar comment on one of the panda dog articles I found. And let's face it, nothing feels like fun when it gets in your eyes. Can you imagine the inexperienced groomers who've never dyed so much as a hamster offering their services, if panda dog catches on? (Now I feel like a killjoy, too.)

It's not hideously evil, and I wouldn't go so far as to say I'm shocked and sickened. They are awfully cute and the giddy little girl in me kind of wants one (I'm only human!). But what blows my mind is that the owner of the original panda dog (the poo) says he hopes their story will teach people to treat their pets with love and responsibility.

Or, you know, that they're hot accessories...

Hyena Overlord said...

I predict the same fate as the krazy kolored horse industry...sad cuz they are kyooot.