Dogs Cats

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/9/2005 06:05
  • Ended: 4/11/2005 06:05
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 22
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Dogs Cats
Contest Directions: Find some cats or dogs and give them a color makeover.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/9/2005 06:05
    • Ended: 4/11/2005 06:05
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 22
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
22 pictures
  • Golden

    Golden
  • Tie Dyed Cat

    Tie Dyed Cat
  • Bull Dog

    Bull Dog
  • Hot Dog

    Hot Dog
  • zebras

    zebras
  • Bar Code

    Bar Code
  • We are the World

    We are the World
  • Dog Makeup

    Dog Makeup
  • Purple cat

    Purple cat
  • Spirit

    Spirit
22 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: In Moorhead, South Dakota, two stolen puppies have turned up safe ... but with their fur dyed purple. Sheila Hoffart now faces two counts of theft for stealing the animals from a pet store. She said she stole the dogs and colored their fur purple to make them more unique. She said it is not the first time that she has died the fur of animals. Some time ago, she dyed the fur of two cats red. Hoffart attempted to sell at least one of the stolen dogs. Dog achievements: The first dog movie star: In the year 1905, a dog called Rover acted in the film "Rescued by Rover" by director Cecil Hepworth. Winners of the top show: The most Best-in-show awards a total of 203 awards have been won by Scotch-terrier Close Encounter, owner Sonny Novic, of Plantation, Florida, USA. Record high jump: The record for high jumps and the clamber on a smooth wooden wall (without cross bar or other auxiliary fixtures) is held by police dog Stag, age - 18 the months, belonging to the Mathews family from Redruth, Cornwall, Great Britain. It marked the height of 3.72m on 27th September 1993. Record high jump: The record in free high jumps is held by Olive Oil by jumping to 1.5m in an exhibition of dogs at Arlington-Heights, Illinois, USA on 22nd March 1996. Record long jump: A greyhound by the name of Bang jumped 9.14m in length, while chasing a hare in Brecon-Lodge, Gloucester, Great Britain, in 1849. It jumped through the fence of a height of 1.4m and landed on a road, and injured its leg. Most famous rescuer dog: The St. Bernard Barry is the most famous rescuer of all time. During its 12 year career in the Swiss Alps Barry rescued more than 40 lives. People rescued by it included a semi-frozen boy, lying under a snow avalanche near to his dead mother. He lay flat on the body of the boy so as to warm him, and licked his face until the child became conscious. Then he brought him to the nearest village. The most described demonstration of dogs. 1086 dogs took part in the Parade of mongrels, which was held on the 5th of October 1996 in Wickham Park, Manchester, Connecticut, USA. They walked almost 5 km. Worst sniffers: In 1967, when a policeman was interrogating two suspects involved in keeping drugs in the Midlands, Great Britain, the dogs Lady and Fight, trained in the search for drugs, unexpectedly laid down in front of the suspects, and then grew drowsy. They woke up and seized the foot of their trainer then when he was trying to arrest one of the suspects by putting-on handcuffs. Most qualified sniffer: The golden retriever Trepp from the police department of Florida has been involved in the detention of more than 100 criminals and the detection of drugs valued at approximately 63 million dollars. Once in a demonstration in the police academy, Trepp was assigned to find 10 hidden bags with drugs - it found 11. Dogs, trained for the search of drugs: Snag, the labrador-retriever of the US customs department, was trained by its owner Jeff Weitzmann, and seized 118 consignments of drugs totaling in a cost of 810 million pounds sterling. In October 1988, a German shepherd from the Essex police found 2 tons of hemp in a cottage near Harlow, Essex, Great Britain costing 6 million pounds sterling. Guide dogs: The record for the longest duration of active service - 14 years and 8 months as a guide-dog is held by bitch labrador-retriever Cyndi Clio owned by Aron Barn, Tel Aviv, Israel. It died on 10th April 1987. Donna, a guide-dog for the deaf, owned by John Hogan of Pirmont Point, Australia completed 10 years in service. Until then it served for 8 years in New Zealand. Donna was the first dog to get a license for guiding the deaf after this law was passed in Australia in the year 1985.