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I knoooooow! It's totally faboo! I think it will be BFFs with my Warthog, Tusk Aurora!
I found a drawing of a Chinese Crested on line...I can only imagine the possibilities!
Originally Posted by Hibiscus
My mother always told me if I can't say anything nice to not say anything at all.
you're mother right!!!
Originally Posted by Calciferia
At first I was with dragonbird - is this April Fools? Then I realized it wasn't the 1st anymore. And then I started feeling sorry for the poor thing. It's not its fault that it's super-duper pink.
So I decided to give it a makeover! I wanted it to look more like the Chinese Crested dog from which I'm presuming Ganz took inspiration from. I left in a little pink - after all, it is supposed to be a razzle dazzle dog
I'm not sure I would find it even cuter with real colors...
umm i still dont like it, sorry i just dont, the colors are badly done, its weardly fluffy and it looks like it wants to kill you.
the one Calciferia did is like a 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 X better
I just dont get it all of there other pets are awsome this one is just... freaky and i feel bad to say this becouls i dont like to "rip" into webkinz (pun not intended)
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