este curioso pero tido de pikachu It went viral two weeks before it was seen at an NBA game Between the Miami Heat and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Eric Torres, the animal’s owner, didn’t exactly win the affection of the game’s spectators when commentators were able to portray this dog as the famous Pokémon in the stadium. ,I don’t think that dog approved of that paint job.“, it was said at that party. Torres did not know that dyeing animals is banned in some areas of the United States, as it is considered animal abuse because of the substances used to dye it. Yes they can be toxic. The owner of the Pomeranian in question was fined $200.But he has reappeared in another NBA game with his dog Pikachu.
Pikachu chilling courtside in the Jazz-Bulls pic.twitter.com/1bhK7WNYGT
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Dog owner doesn’t care about fine and won’t stop coloring his dog
Despite the criticisms, Torres assures that the dye is not toxic at all and that he will continue to paint his dog to look like Pikachu., The disputed $200 fine imposed by Miami-Dade County Animal Services looks like it’s not going to pay: “It made history because no one had ever seen Pikachu the dog sitting next to an NBA player before. At the end of the day, I didn’t know this ordinance existed.Torres said, referring to the fact that he didn’t know that coloring dogs was prohibited, something he doesn’t care too much about.
,No animal should be dyed, whether or not there is an ordinance prohibiting it.explained Kathleen Labrada, deputy director of Miami-Dade County Animal Services, as collected from WP TV, “You really have no guarantee that the chemicals they put on your pet are safe.” It is expected that Torres will repeat his appearance in upcoming NBA games, and It is clear that one way or the other they will impose maximum penalty on the owner of the dog To stop coloring it with any type of product.