Our friends at CRACK in Washington, DC are airing a special video tonight at their show at Town Danceboutique in Washington, DC. Doors at 8pm!
This sad little guy has never had any friends. Except for a brief MDMA-induced trip to Seychelles, he’spent the majority of his ceramic existence perched atop this ceramic stump in Capitol Hill, Denver waiting for his owners to turn off the stereo long enough to remember what life was like before the never-ending deep house music began. Will you the one that brings his sing back?
This poor wolf used to have a beautiful coat of grey and silver paint. He felt as real as any ceramic wolf can. And then he was adopted from local thrift store by suburban house wife who realized her true passion in life was ceramic animal repainting. Over thirty ceramic animals were rescued from the woman’s compound before she was exterminated, including this little guy. Will you be the one to help him get his howl back?
This kitty needs love. Lots and lots of love. It also needs insulin twice a day and can’t manage giving the shots to itself with hard ceramic paws, not to mention the issue of opposable thumbs. But you can help. Keep this kitty of dialysis. Will you be the one who cares enough to lengthen this porcelain purrmonster’s shelf life?
This poor little pachyderm earned the nickname “E-laugh-ant” at school because all the other “real” animals picked on him for his hard outer shell, static google-y eyes, chipping pink paint job, disproportionately small trunk and “made by a first grader” whimsy. All he ever wanted was a friend, someone to laugh with and not be laughed at. But you can crack a joke with him, without cracking his moderately spherical body. Look into those eyes and try to say no.
The A.S.P.C.C.A. can count numerous celebrity endorsements with all our intricately crafted ceramic paws, including Celine Dion, Martha Stewart, Beyonce, Beyonce’s Ceramic Kitten and Erin Brockavich. A.S.P.C.C.A celebrity porn star spokesperson, Colby Keller rescued this tiny turtle and gave it a loving home. He says of the turtle, “I’m inspired to be more social because I love my turtle and he NEVER goes back into his shell.” Loving ceramic animals can make you a better person too. Won’t you please help?