From a Taiwanese company, Fellowlike Pet Product, comes the “Super Catcher.”
Here’s how the Super Catcher works: you fasten a lot of harnesses and straps to your dog and they all work together to hang a small bucket under the dog’s tail. Then off you go on your walk.
The dog who presumably doesn’t know or care that there is a bucket hanging from its butt, makes doodoo in the bucket.
Then you can empty the bucket (or use the contents to make a political statement, depending on the outcome of this court case).
The directions for fastening bucket to butt are given in 26 [this is not a typo] separate steps, each one illustrated with photos, which can be enlarged by clicking.
The company doesn’t seem to have a distributor in the U.S. Why doesn’t this surprise me?
I can barely get leashes attached on joyful, jumping dogs to take a walk. But 26 separate steps to attach a doodoo diaper?
Is this ingenious or Taiwanese humor? If it is a gag, it is a very elaborate one.