Sunday, December 03, 2006

Shocking

So, I was perusing Petfinder to find heeler mixes willing to join my revolution and discovered indications of an unsettling juxtaposition of good and evil. Prepare to be shocked, nay, terrified by the following picture. According to Petfinder, "Mary" is supposedly an Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler mix. Size - medium. Age - baby.


Now, I don't know what find of place this "Animal Adoption Center" in Jackson, Wyoming is, but I fear it is run by halfwits. Does someone honestly believe that "Mary" here is an Australian Cattle Dog or was this an honest mistake? I say it matters not! Either way, this is an abomination!!! I am calling the Australian Cattle Dog Anti-Defamation League immediately.

Now, I tried to find out more about "Mary," but the good folks at the "Animal Adoption Center" only left the following note...'Notes: For more info on this pet, as well as who we are and our adoption process, please go to our website animaladoptioncenter.org We welcome out-of-area adopters, but please be aware we do require prospective adopters to come to our facility and meet the animal in person, as well as foster for a minimum of one night in the area.'

Oh, it all sounds SO innocent doesn't it? I'm not ruling out some kind of conspiracy here. Maybe "Mary" is the real brains behind the outfit here, hoping to snag some unsuspecting Great Oppressors looking to adopt a heeler. Do prospective owners show up at the "shelter" only to find this gray cat with a handwritten note attached to its collar, scrawled out in barely legible kitty-scratches "I AM AN AUSSTRAYLIAN CAT TELL DAWG. PLEAZ TAYK MEE HOME!!!" Does this creature honestly expect to fool people? What it is plotting? Ladies and gentlement, a true Petfinder mystery. Solve it... IF YOU DARE!

5 comments:

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Looks like the deadly feline forces have expanded the War on Terrier to include heelers. Beware all dogs!

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Tin Tin Blogdog said...

Hmmm.

That grey cat has issues. In fact, what cat doesn't?

Maybe she's trying to liberate her inner cattle dog.

But I'm just being kind here.

I'm going to chew on a bone and think about this puzzle. And dinner.

Chow for now,

Tin Tin xo

Pippin the flyball dog said...

Good detective work Sid--you can never be too wary when cats are involved! I'm sure that our own Fox convinced the people he was a border collie so they'd bring him home.

Pippin

wally said...

sid,

maybe he has a species identity
crisis? i wonder if you can get surgery for that? i guess you can't really blame it for wanting to be a dog.

wally.

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