Sometimes , good-for-nothing gets the meaning across fairly like a hard-hitting parody.
In the video above, the International Fund for Animal Welfare( IFAW) invokes awareness about the hazards of the puppy trade with a frightful charade of a children’s stuffed toy advert.
“Introducing the brand-new Suzy Puppy! ” moans a gleeful voiceover narrator as the advert embarks. “The pup that everyone loves! “
It’s not long before acts take a dark spin, though.
“Suzy comes with the destructive Parvo Virus! ” persists the narrator in a similar manner. “And conjunctivitis! And diarrhea!
“And that’s not all: constrict her, and she moans! “
The clip ends with the “girls ” immersing her plaything, before the narrator’s expres changes tone and gives a theme telling beings not to unwittingly supporting brutal puppy farming.
“When you’re buying a puppy, ever recollect P.U.P.S, ” adds the narrator. “Meet the pup’s mother. Is it underage? Check its papers. Check the pup for sickness.”
More information about the campaign can be found on the IFAW’s website.