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Brian Frum

Well that's sure cute and if it helps then hooray, hooray!

Comedy Plus

I would think this would be most helpful. Especially those that couldn't take care of a real dog. Excellent idea.

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Linda Brown

Dogs are such an emotional and necessary thing. Even a robot.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

I am sure they do. If I live a long life into my 90's when I no longer can care for a dog. I may get one myself.

The Oceanside Animals

Charlee: "This is a wonderful story. Our Dada says he has one of those monkey puppets that they used to sell at the mall, where you velcro its arms and legs around you and make it look around and do monkey type things."
Chaplin: "And he says that his mama worked in a nursing home and that she would borrow his monkey and wear it to the nursing home and have it interact with the patients. Apparently they really liked that."
Charlee: "This sounds like the same sort of thing as that."
Chaplin: "He still has the monkey but he had to put it away because Dennis was obsessed with finding it and killing it."
Charlee: "Well of course. To Dennis, it was just another stuffie."
Lulu: "Did somebody say stuffie?"


what will they think of next? damn

Jodi Stone


Monika, Sam & Elsa

What a clever use of technology.

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