Family’s Brutally Honest Adoption Ad For “Demonic” Dog Goes Viral

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A New Jersey woman gave up on trying to sell someone on adopting the dog she’s fostering, and instead has chosen to make a brutally honest post about the pup that’s gone viral on Facebook. Tyfanee Fortuna says a Chihuahua named Prance came to stay with her family after being owned by an elderly woman.

A sad story with a happy ending? Not exactly, according to Fortuna. The post has already entertained tens of thousands of people with descriptions like “I am convinced at this point he is not a real dog, but more like a vessel for a traumatized Victorian child that now haunts our home.”

Not exactly a selling point, is it? Fortuna encouraged people to apply to adopt Prance but warned he’s not good with men, or children, or other pets. The two-year-old chihuahua, who she says will “probably live to be 21 through pure spite,” has already attracted quite a following, with people commenting on the post that he’s perfect, even though Fortuna says that finding someone “who wants a Chucky doll in a dog’s body is hard.”

Source: Facebook

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