Hmm, is Olli Wisdom involved with those at all?
kombez.h1.ru offers: "Industrial production of animals garments: garments for winter, summer, spring/autumn, clothes for home; garments made of water-repellent, waterproof, cotton, knitted and other cloth, leather and fur."
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Taking the measurements:1. The height in withers is measured at the highest point of the withers with the use of a special measurement stick.2. The chest circumference is measured with the tape-line. The tape-line is stretched around the chest (at the broadest place, not too tight or too loose), behind the blade bones, near the elbows.
Though it could be worse and this reminded me of Mr. Z's icon - in a really vague sort of way.
Still rubbing the sleep from my eyes, and in context of 'kitty in a pouch' above, this is what my brain constructed when my eyes mis-focused on the Z icon above:
I was too busy worrying that the pic I posted and Mr. Z's pic sshow the same guy, and the same bag.
Truth: if I'd had enough knack to draw a kitten icon, I would have had the dog owner dumping the cat. ;)
garments made of water-repellent, waterproof, cotton, knitted and other cloth, leather and fur."
Wait. So why is dressing animals in the hides of their fellow animals okay, but people get all bent outta shape about human-skin clothing?
Can you see it? A chihuahua in gator-skin ...
I wanna see a chihuahua in chihuahua-skin. (I mean, extra chihuahua-skin, not its own.)
Dammit, I want chihuahua-skin clothing. That would rule. It would be interesting to hear people try to explain why wearing cowhide is okay, but chihuahua-hide is not.
One of my shroom induced projects was a book concept: "101 Things to do with Chihuahua". I must admit, I missed this one!*my fave involves liquid nitrogen and heavy rollers; pelletized fish-food*
The second one looks like a canine Dee Snider, circa 1987.
My friends' journal brought me this ... I'll let you look for yourselves.