painted animals

Tom

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The funniest one in my opinion is the second one. It is terrible but the fur will grow back and the color will fade but in fish it won't.
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I've seen these, and I agree; they're just stupid!
 
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definately, they should find a better way to spend their money
 

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Is this a permanent color on these animals? Or does it wash away after a bath? Besides, I think some of them - if not all - are altered photos (the animals could have been painted in an image editing program - it's easy to do). But if it's real, I agree: totally ridiculous.
 

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It seems I read the paint fades after a couple weeks... so besides being stupid looking, it get's expensive repainting them over and over
 

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Says they re-paint every three months as the fur grows out. So do the trim the ends that still have paint on them then re-paint. Sounds to me like they've got more money than sense.
Carol
 

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Butterfly said:
Says they re-paint every three months as the fur grows out. So do the trim the ends that still have paint on them then re-paint. Sounds to me like they've got more money than sense.
Carol
Or just a little to much time on their hands.
Tom
 
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