At least with that long neck they would be easier to pick up than a dog or cat.
As I understand it any animal can be miniaturised, including humans. There was a period of time back between us and the dinosaurs when horses were around 18 inches high as their normal size.
Fiction, and sad that it is even something an adult would question.
I suppose I should have asked before placing the order, but does anyone happen to know if they're hypo-allergenic?
Also, are they known to mate with Cotton Top Tamarins, or is this behavior unusual?
You have been sold a pup mate ! that is one of those mount your leg at the drop of a hat Pekinese ! Did you check whether the neck is sewn on ?
Yes, I included it in my hub on pet fads. I am a magpie. I included it as a hoax, mind you.
Your marginalizations cause an existential dilemma for little Jerry.
but, is euphemism, yes?
or possibly knit or crocheted, and easy upkeep!
His neck is long and strong... like bull giraffe.
No, his insecurities are not Freudian.
"Petite" is euphemism, yes... but this is the commonly accepted PC term.
maybe you could shrink them down with some giraffe/miniature pony breeding... but if neck size is any indication...
I just don't hold with man messing round with the species - for such frivolity too! Be satisfied with what you've got, man! Perhaps, rescue a cat? they're warm and they purr when excited and happy . . .
All of evolution is not man's creation, however. Jerry has become quite fond of Eduardo, my helper-monkey. I fear this union may dwarf any prior breeding concerns.
Domesticated animals are an abomination in the eyes of the Lord!
Sorry... I think these forums are getting to me.
Godwin's law is not invoked until there are 2 opposing extremes.
Little Jerry has no such enemies.
Or this guy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxJBkVdD … re=related
No way he's real.
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