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The Amazing Doctor and his Flying Bow Tie.
Matt, Karen and Arthur on set in Central Park, New York City. April 11, 2012
Critics are already naming this dog as “the next Uggie.” When Twenty-One Hours With August McAvery launches him to super-stardom, remember you read it here first on FYMSW, your number one source for TOHWAMA news!
“Life was bleak before August McAvery. The world was gray, colorless, a never-ending tapestry woven of the thinnest threads, frayed at the ends and bitten by a hundred greedy, preying moths. The world smelled of tobacco, of smoke and asphalt, of car fumes and stale coffee and unwashed denim. But that was before August McAvery. And once she came into the world, her textiles knit with sunlight and green tea and bright, flaming red, the city would never be the same again.”
Often performed at grand balls of The Hiptopian Court, The Waltz of the Amber-Eyed Raccoon is an intricate dance which takes years of practice and study to perfect. It is said that the waltz can only be performed properly when the air is at precisely 58 degrees Fahrenheit and stratocumulus clouds are present in the troposphere, and even then, it can only be danced by those who have been granted the privilege by a Rabbi of the First Hiptopian Temple of Oak and Elm.