An unusual wild animal and not a dog
It’s not uncommon for people to buy kittens as pets. However, they are not the promised breed when they are adults.
In certain cases, a supposedly domesticated animal turns out to be a wild species that cannot be kept at home.
This tale first began over a year ago. An attractive young woman bought a pet at the pet shop.
It was claimed that the puppy was a Pomeranian Spitz. It’s a cute dwarf dog breed with sparsely growing, thick, fluffy hair.
Spitzes have been likened as plush animals and small bears in the past.
The cute white dog seemed very commonplace at first glance.
He regularly ate dog food, bananas, and chicken breasts. He had odd behaviour when he was three months old.
In addition, he possessed a ravenous appetite for raw flesh and an excellent sense of smell.
The „dog’s“ appearance also started to change.
The body was longer, the fur was thicker, the tail was excessively long and fluffy, the snout was longer than it should have been, the ears pointed to the tips, and the body was longer.
The animal didn’t even bark. He also didn’t want to follow the instructions.
She brought the Spitz to the zoo, where experts identified the animal’s species.
The Spitz resembled an arctic fox, sometimes known as a white dog or common fox, in appearance. It’s a unique species.