Shelter’s Adoption Post For ‘Fire-Breathing Demon’ Goes Viral
Published: January 24, 2023 at 02:25 PM Author: Penny Eims
Niagara, New York – A New York animal shelter’s Facebook post for a “fire-breathing demon” dog named Ralphie has gone viral. The Niagara SPCA’s brutally honest post warns of Ralphie’s deceptive appearance:
Meet Ralphie. At first glance, he’s an adorable highly sought after, young dog. People should be banging down our doors for him. We promise you, that won’t be the case. Ralphie is a terror in a somewhat small package.
What could go wrong with a 26 lb dog, right? We’re sure you’re thinking: my ankles will be just fine. We’d caution- proceed at your own risk.
The shelter suspects that Ralphie’s adorable face helped him get away with things that he should never have been allowed to do…the result? A fire-breathing demon.
The shelter writes:
He’s a whole jerk- not even half. Everything belongs to him. If you dare test his ability to possess THE things, wrath will ensue. If you show a moment of weakness, prepare to be exploited. Sounds fun, huh?
Describing his “perfect” home:
The ideal home for Ralphie is the Mother of Dragons, or an adult home free of other animals, with an owner who will lead him calmly and sternly- putting up with zero crap. On the bright side, Ralphie’s previous trainer will provide his new adopters with the training tools they believe he needs to be successful in a home.
Serious inquiries only. No, we will not make exceptions. No takesy backsies (kidding, obviously).
Give us a call at 716-731-4368 ext 301 if you’re that crazy.
For those people worried about the shelter’s overly “honest” description of Ralphie, have no fear. The shelter’s humorous, albeit brutally honest post, is resulting in a deluge of attention for Ralphie, and applications from brave souls who are interested in adopting him.
Until Ralphie is adopted, you can follow his escapades at this link to the Niagara SPCA’s Facebook page.
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