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You Remember the Ninja Turtles? Raphael, Donatello and Leonardoodle, Right?

Let's step away from the world of crafts and take a gander over at something that has always fascinated me about as much as watching pageant moms doll up their babies into mini versions of Cinderella, Barbie and Pocohooker. Dog shows. Now, I LOVE the Eukanuba Superdogs.  Also, I think there's a lot of work that goes into a regular dog show. BUT.  BIIIIIG BUT. On April Fool's Day this year, reader Anna sent us something so outrageous, it reminded me of one of Cake Wrecks Jen's mantras: PUT DOWN THE AIRBRUSH, PEOPLE.* Meet Cindy. cindy camel Cindy the Camel has...one hump.

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Cindy the Chicken doesn't know whether to say BAWK! or BARK!  Are those chick or eggs on her back?  Can't see for tears.....of laughter.

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Why does Cindy as a Peacock remind me of a 1980's wedding?  I can't put my finger on it...

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If only Cindy the Dragon could breathe real fire.  She would take your head off, lady.

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NinjaPOODLE!

Thanks Anna!

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*Technically there's no airbrush used in these grooming techniques, and the methods are quite safe according to the source site.  The pictures just reminded me of some of the airbrushed Cake Wrecks that Jen posts!
Posted by Karen Sugarpants on April 17, 2009 @ 6:00 am  

14 Responses to “You Remember the Ninja Turtles? Raphael, Donatello and Leonardoodle, Right?”

  1. lizardlips Says:

    o. my. gawd.

    bikerchick (8 comments.) Reply:

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and stick up for this art form. It is a highly competitive, highly regarded form of expression for groomers, who are basically artists at the core. It takes many months of patience to grow out the coat, many hours of sculpting and hand scissoring, and many more to prep, dye, fasten, dress and execute the theme. Most use Standard Poodles because you can grow the hair and sculpt it into nearly any pattern. Owning and grooming this breed of dog, I curtsy deeply to their skills. Having said that, many well-conceived plans can go wreckily wrong!

    casey (2 comments.) Reply:

    Oh my freakin’ lord. Are you kidding me?! Has the world gone insane? I need a lie-down.

    casey’s last blog post..Can I put a disco ball in the anus, Mum?

  2. Shawna (1 comments.) Says:

    As a Tribal Belly dancer I have to say the camel was my favorite…I got to the last pic and my four year old said “look Mom! a ninja turtle dog!! yay!!”

  3. michelle (22 comments.) Says:

    And yet some poor woman in the communist state of Boulder, CO was charged with animal cruelty for dying her poodle purple…with natural/organic plant-based dye.

    Taking that into account…something just doesn’t compute here.

    michelle’s last blog post..Day at the Capitol: Tax day TEA party

  4. Erika Jurney (6 comments.) Says:

    The very last one completely undid me. That is a world I hope I never accidentally stumble into…

    Erika Jurney’s last blog post..Metal origami jewelry

  5. candace trew camling (134 comments.) Says:

    I seriously hope these people get paid for this… it seems like a lot of frivolous work… I always feel like I’m abusing my pets if I put a sweater on them for 30 seconds to take a picture…

    candace trew camling’s last blog post..Illustration Friay – Fleeting

  6. Maria (4 comments.) Says:

    Oh good Lord.

    Maria’s last blog post..“Hey, María…”

  7. Pamela Says:

    Seriously? Poor poochies!

  8. Anna Says:

    Haha, I’d completely forgotten it was April Fool’s.
    And yes, I realized a lot of work must have gone into this.
    Still, didn’t she ever stop to think “Why am I doing this to my dog?” Years ago I knew a poodle whose owners let her fur curl up naturally – she was such a happy dog. Cindy doesn’t really look that happy to me. =(
    And now that I’m looking at these pictures again, it seems to me, that her owner or groomer … well, the woman in most of the photos, doesn’t look happy either … not even when she supposedly won some award, which I would have thought to be her motivation to do this thing … oh well.

  9. Beverly Says:

    What the…. seriously??

  10. mama chelly Says:

    I hope the dog left scars.
    Although, owing a poodle-mix, I did think of painting her orange so she could be a “Cheese-Doodle” for halloween.
    Hmmm…

  11. Jade beads (112 comments.) Says:

    The peacock one really got to me. Almost thought it was missing a section in the back and still does even after staring at it for a while.

    Also hey, you can’t forget about Michael Angelo. The turtle that made everything groovy.

  12. Jodee (6 comments.) Says:

    Ok I have to laugh but my niece did this for her Senior project.. But get this her mom has painted cats.. I kid you not…..LOL Great post just found your website love it!!

    Jodee’s last blog post..My house is clean….






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