November 14, 2019
Isn’t this the fulfillment of some kind of prophecy?
I’m sure it’s at least an omen.
A good one, I’d reckon.
A 10-week-old abandoned puppy with a secondary tail, in the middle of his head, has been taken in by an animal rescue centre in Missouri.
Staff at Mac’s Mission, which is predominantly for animals with special needs, have called the puppy Narwhal.
They had been told there was “no medical need to remove” the extra tail as it caused him no pain, they said.
And the popularity of photos of Narwhal on Facebook had helped raise awareness of the rescue centre’s work.
Rochelle Steffen, who runs Mac’s Mission, named after a pit-bull terrier she rescued seven and a half years ago, told BBC News Narwhal “is in no pain and plays for hours”.
Writing on Facebook, Ms Steffen said Narwhal, named after a species of whale that has a single large “tusk”, had visited the vet on Tuesday.
And X-rays had showed his secondary tail, about a third the size of his actual tail, was not connected to anything and served no purpose other than to make him the “coolest puppy ever”.
Narwhal is not yet available for adoption as the staff want him to “grow a bit more and truly make sure the tail doesn’t become a bother or a problem”.
Since we’re on the topic of dogs – which is the best dog-centered cartoon film?
Lady and the Tramp?
One Hundred and One Dalmatians?
The Fox and the Hound?
Oliver and Company?
Or All Dogs Go to Heaven?
The answer might surprise you.
If you’re retarded.
It’s obviously One Hundred and One Dalmatians.
Lady and the Tramp is second place, even though it’s about white women fucking niggers. Still a fantastic film.
I’m not saying I would let my kids watch it. I wouldn’t really let my kids watch anything produced in America (other than Rick and Morty, because it will increase their IQs).
But Dalmatians is arguably the opposite message – a story about whites of good stock building a large family and then being chased and berated by a suspiciously Jewish-looking bitter old hag who wants to genocide them. And it is simply magnificent, lacking the horror and sentimentality that had become a staple of Disney animation, and replacing it with ultra-magic.
Maybe that is one I would let my kids watch. I’d have to think about it.
Extra credit: The Fox and the Hound was a message about why you shouldn’t lynch niggers, which is not something I would want to teach my kids either. And it is that horror+sentimentality thing Disney relied on. But it’s still a very decent film.
Oliver just sucks. Just bad. Billy Joel sucks and is a Jew who pretended to be Italian. All the songs sucked.
And I don’t even know why I put All Dogs on the list, because it isn’t even Disney and is really just Jewish as all hell. Don Bluth wasn’t actually Jewish – he was a Mormon, in fact – but he was always surrounded by these Jews. An American Tale has to be the most disgusting kike propaganda produced for children since Anne Frank’s Masturbation Diary. Bluth made Secrets of NIMH, which I will always love even though he sort of screwed up the story from the books. But basically all the rest of his films were just absolute trash.
It’s a real shame that American anime has gone to hell in the way it has. I know a lot of people just love the nip stuff. But let me tell you: America used to produce the best animation, and all nip animation was initially inspired by Walt Disney and his Nine Old Men.