Japanese man spends 2 million yen to “become a dog”

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Japanese man spends 2 million yen to “become a dog”

A resident of Japan, who dreamed of turning into an animal, spent two million yen ($15,743) to become a dog, reports Yahoo! news.

To make his dream come true, a man named Toko turned to a firm that specializes in sculptures and models for films, commercials and entertainment establishments and commissioned a realistic collie dog costume.

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It took 40 days and several fittings to create the costume. According to an employee of the company, it was not easy to fulfill the order.

“Because the skeletal structure of a dog and a human is so different, we spent a lot of time learning how to make the human figure look like a dog,” he explained.

“In addition, we have collected photographs taken from different angles to reproduce the beautiful collie coat and make it look natural.”

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“I made it in the form of a collie because the long coat makes it look more realistic when I put it on. I thought that an animal roughly the same size as me would look good given that it would be a realistic model. Collies are my favorite dog breed,” said Toko.

Toko posted a video of him trying on a collie costume and walking like a dog. You can see how he waves his “paw” and falls to one side, as a real dog could do.

Earlier it was reported that a resident of the US state of Colorado decided to become a cat-man and found a “owner”. She fell in love with a 52-year-old man and soon entered into a relationship with him.

Source: Anomalien

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