Prancer, a queer-looking Chihuahua has recently shot to internet fame because of the hilarious adoption adverts that his foster mommy had posted.
Tyfanee Fortuna is Prancer, the Chihuahua’s foster mom who is trying her best to get this funky-looking furball adopted.
The brutally honest advert posted by Tyfanee spoke about a “demonic Chihuahua that hates everyone”. His foster owner calls Prancer a “haunted Victorian child” and a “Chucky doll in a dog’s body. She shared this super blunt advert along with photos and videos of Prancer to try and look for a permanent home for this beady-eyed 2-year-old Chihuahua.
The advert goes on to elaborate further on Prancer’s history and why he is so angry and dysphoric. When Tyfanee had found Prancer, he was obese, wearing a cashmere sweater, and had bacon and cheese stuffed in his crate.
She later realized that the dog was previously owned by an old lady who treated him like a human being and made no attempts at socializing with him. This combined with an inherent genetic disposition towards being nervous has concocted the perfect neurotic mess that Prancer has become. It took a while for the dog to get comfortable with his foster mom but his nervous and aggressive nature has definitely not weaned off.
Tyfanee has also mentioned that Prancer hated men and only gelled well with women, if at all. She has added that Prancer is also extremely aggressive around other animals and has not been exposed to children yet, probably for better.
However, Prancer does have a few adorable qualities – the Chihuahua is loyal beyond belief and will always provide you with ample companionship.
He is good at traveling in the car, quiet and non-destructive when left alone at home, and learned a few basic commands. His foster mom calls his cute little face – “Bologna face” whenever he smiles. He just looks adorably cute.
Prancer is up for adoption and if you’re interested in adopting him, you can reach out to Second Chance Pet Adoption League. He’s living with his foster mom in New Jersey but can be adopted anywhere in the tri-state area.
You can email email@example.com or get in touch with Tyfanee herself if you want to adopt this spiteful furball for yourself.
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