|K. Brass |
Another cutesy poo animal video. What do people see in these stupid things?
*camera pans up*
|Eroticus E |
I thought that would be the case for at least 3/4 of PoeTV.
Is it a cub or a kit?
|Innocent Bystander |
This seems like a really bad idea.
If I recall correctly it took about eight generations to mutate.
I know a lady that has a pet fox. It isn't vicious, just a hell of a lot of work. It's hyper, jumpy, and starts warbling/yodeling in the middle of the night and/or for no apparent reason.
I think at that point it becomes less of a pet and more of an ongoing rehabilitation project, but this lady also has a Caracol cat and some Servals.
And she works as a clerk at a big insurance company here, go figure. No clue how she manages to not have a nervous breakdown, I sure as hell would.
I'm pretty sure the reason it warbles and yodels is because it's a fucking fox and that's what they do because that's how they are made.
There's a good reason why most exotic pets aren't common. The less you hear of someone owning something, the more of a problem it is to own it, most likely. Low level exotic would be something like a sugar glider, and medium would be foxes and raccoons, along with your larger reptiles.
In Texas, it's legal to own all sorts of crazy things- lions and tigers are perfectly legal to own, I don't think you even need a license. Still, practically nobody owns one because they can maul you, they don't do tricks, and the novelty probably wears off after your third weekly 0 food bill.
He is actually pretty laid back, normally these things are hyper as hell.
Foxes act like this when they have been beaten. A happy fox jumps around. This fox's tail stays low to keep from shitting itself. I've spent three summers volunteeing at a fox shelter. This is a beaten fox.
The delivery on "Good boy" makes it the best phrase I have heard on poetv in months.
|James Woods |
What a fantastic little fox.
I don't know how the fox feels, but I have a healthy fear of this woman.
At first I figured it's just some weird shut in who wants a pet no one else can have (so for once in their lives people will envy what they have). Then the bitch pans up to the head on the wall and I realize it's far, far more sinister than I thought.
The juxtaposition is true, frank, and beautiful.
Oh, it knows all about the head on the wall. Sleep tight, lady.
Foxes act like this when they have been molested. A happy fox jumps around. This fox's tail stays low to keep from shitting itself. I've spent three summers volunteering at a fox shelter. This is a molested fox.
|Caminante Nocturno |
It's like watching Adams Family home movies.
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