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Snooki and J-Woww Dyed Their Pets

Snooki & Jwoww
(Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

I don’t agree with PETA very often. I wouldn’t go so far as to say dyeing the fur of your pet strange colors rises to the level of animal abuse. But I will say it’s incredibly self-absorbed, stupid, and screams hey-look-at-me. So it shouldn’t be a big surprise that Snooki and J-Woww were spotted recently walking their dogs Bella and Noel after they had dyed the dogs pink and purple. No one screams self-absorbed, stupid and hey-look-at-me more than Snooki and J-Woww. So this surprises no one that these two rocket scientists would do such a thing.  Turning their pets into fashion accessories. Brilliant. People like this aren’t really ready for actual animals. Leave it at battery operated animatronic stuffed dogs and cats from the toy aisle at Target. That’s all they’re really looking for. Five minutes of entertainment before their short attention spans leave them bored and yearning.

The state of Florida meanwhile has by law banned this practice for the past 45 years. There’s now a legislative push to repeal s. 828.161, F.S. there and allow brainless twits to legally dye their pets. One reason given is some people who ‘show’ their animals like to dye them. I would’ve thought the show dog loonies would consider that violation of purity a disqualification. Shows what I know. Oooh, maybe some good could come out of this? If they repeal the law in Florida and allow the dyeing of animals, can we use that to get Snooki and J-Woww to move the **** out of New Jersey?

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