The RSPCA over in the UK is crying about bitches overdressing their dogs and said they might start threatening legal action. That’s what the Daily Mails says anyway. Whores at the RSPCA thinks it’s dangerous for dogs to be wearing boots, pants, hoodies and other shit.
The spokeswhore for the RSPCA said, “Dog owners should be aware that under the Animal Welfare Act that came into force in April 2007 they have a duty of care to ensure that all of their pets’ needs are met. One of those needs is to express normal behaviour and it could mean that with restrictive clothing they are not able to do that properly. We’re concerned that any pet should be viewed as a fashion accessory. Taking on an animal is a long-term commitment. It’s quite humiliating and sends out the wrong message about pet care. We’ve seen trends in recent years brought about by the rise in celebrities with handbag dogs. This usually leads to people taking on pets because they are fashionable and sadly that means many are neglected.”
First of all, my dog has to wear boots in the winter or he’ll start screeching murder when he steps on a sidewalk salt nugget. It’s awful. It’s like the sound I made when I first got it in the butt. It’s not something I want to hear all the time, so the boots have to go on!
Second of all, he gets the shakes if he doesn’t have a sweater on during the winter! And it makes him feel fancy and beautiful. I know this. We talk. Yes, we only have words while I’m on acid, but that’s how it’s done. You know how Jem communicated to Synergy through her earrings? Well, I have to communicate with my dog through acid. Anyway, he tells me how glamorous he feels in clothes. He especially loves patterns and anything with phrases like “Talk to the Tail” or “I’ll Sniff Yo Ass If I Want To.” Ask him for yourself, but you have to drop acid first.
But seriously, I think that pooch in the picture hates it. I don’t need to drop acid to hear her screams for help!