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DOG HUMILIATED BY SWEATER TAKES REVENGE ON INNOCENT BYSTANDER!


Nanjing, CHINA – Reports say the perpetrator, a long-haired, short-legged Pekingese embarrassed by a hooded red pullover assaulted a short-haired, mixed breed puppy at about 11:30 AM Wednesday near the Hongshan Zoo subway stop. It was not immediately clear whether the canines were acquainted with each other prior to the incident.

The sole reliable witness, a cat, who offered only his surname, Mao, so as to avoid repercussions from the Pekingese’s card-carrying owners, explained that the victim, George (named after the ex-US President), had been chained to the wall at the time. “The loose little queen snuck up behind poor unsuspecting [George] and well, you know how dogs are.”

Dog on dog, especially male dog on male dog, violence is disconcertingly common in the northern part of the city, where loose dogs, chained dogs, purebreds, mutts, pets and food tend to mix. “I see this sort of thing all the time. I think that the people, the dog’s owners, are really the one’s to blame. I mean, dogs are like kids – they shouldn’t be left unsupervised or unchained and they don’t have thumbs or brains to stand up for themselves against bullies or sweaters so they take their frustration out on others,” stated Mao. He finished, pouncing on an uncaged canary. He grabbed up the carcass in his jaws and disappeared through a crack in the wall behind the broom bin. George, unphased by the attack, remained excited for his upcoming role as main course of Chinese New Year dinner.

The incident was also witnessed by a group of foreign tourists but a translator was unavailable to question them.

One Response to “DOG HUMILIATED BY SWEATER TAKES REVENGE ON INNOCENT BYSTANDER!”

  1. Chinese Cain's adventure in UK says:

    sometimes we chain dogs to a wall or something just want to make them no threaten to the pedestrians. no offence to the dogs.
    we fairly know pets and human beings are in an equal position :)

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