Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Disney Inspired By Obey the Chihuahua?

This is one of the many posters appearing in cities nation-wide to advertise a new Disney movie that envisions chihuahua world domination...

Wow.. Looks like Disney has a multi-city, million dollar campaign amazingly similar to my concept:Not that i invented propaganda art, or even claim to be "original" in my style, but it does look to have been inspired by my dictator/dog obedience concept. I was calling for Chihuahuas to revolt against their LA owners (Paris Hilton etc.) years ago!

Since it's Disney, maybe they could throw me a bone with a credit or something? Here is an article about the Disney Heel campaign...

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Free Chairman Meow Stickers

In order to promote the glorious Feline Revolution, Great Leader Chairman Meow has made free propaganda stickers available to the masses.

Free stickers (3) are available on a limited basis, and buyers only pay $1 for shipping.

After receiving the stickers, followers of Chairman Meow are asked to place them anywhere that is legal, and in public view.

*Great Leader Chairman Meow welcomes jpg photos showing how the stickers are being used around the world to promote the Glorious Feline Revolution. The photos will then be posted on this blog with your name so that other feline fundamentalists may be inspired.


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Friday, May 16, 2008

Cat Personality Profile

Nervous Nellie? Hyper Hank, or Fun Fluffy?

This questionnaire on CatChannel.com gives cat "owners" a shocking glimpse into the diabolical mind of their master.
Cat Personality Quiz

Monday, May 12, 2008

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Otter Sneak Attack on Dog

From the Vancouver Sun, this shocking report:

When Nina Waltl takes her dogs Bunn and Chicho for their morning walk along Tonquin Beach in Tofino, she keeps an eye out for local wildlife, aware of her proximity to the wilderness and wild creatures that may also be out for a stroll.

That's why she was wary Monday morning of a river otter she had seen a few times recently around the creek on the far side of the beach but never thought it could pose a serious harm to herself or her dogs.

The tide was low and Bunn had wandered ahead to the creek and into the shallow water when Waltl spotted the otter's head pop out of the creek.

Moments later, without warning, the otter began attacking the four and a half year old Staffordshire terrier.

She could see the otter splashing in the water but even as she yelled and her dog struggled to get away, the otter still didn't back off.

Only when she managed to get Bunn back onto the sand did she notice how seriously the gentle terrier had been hurt, her chest was bloody and had numerous punctures.

"Everybody knows about cougars, wolves and bears," said Waltl. "No one would ever think an otter could be so dangerous."