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By AmyLeigh / Sunday 26 August 2012 04:18 / Canada - Edmonton
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By  perdix  |  29

As long as no one who questions you is from the SPCA or the Humane Society, you won't have to put up with the well-deserved animal abuse investigation.

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  GodPart2  |  20

1 - I take it from OP's post that there were several such idiots??

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  AwsumShyGuy  |  12

2# What makes you think that? Seeing a puppy around with a purple head isn't something you see everyday, so you're bound to be curious as to why it's purple. Besides, the only idiot named in the FML is OP's sister.

By  xgetxbentx  |  13

...I think your sister might be colorblind, because they were definitely blue, not purple. On that note, fyl, but how did she turn your dog purple? I mean, if it wasn't animal safe dye like manic panic (yes, even though it is made for people it is safe to use on animals, most colors anyways) or like washable markers you should probably take your dog to the vet.... I'm really sorry your sibling is an idiot though.

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Some dyes come out different colors if you don't strip the color out of the hair first. One of my friends does styling for a living, and though I'm not sure of what colors, blue may be one of them. Especially if the hair being dyed is on the darker side.

By  Nnycr  |  4

At least she didn't shave your head.

By  perdix  |  29

As long as no one who questions you is from the SPCA or the Humane Society, you won't have to put up with the well-deserved animal abuse investigation.

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  FuzzyJack  |  15

Yes. Because OP should totally have waited for the dye to be fully washed off, right? Even if it takes a while, let the puppy just do it's business in the yard.

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  ALlamaOnFire  |  20

Playing with fire is totally normal, my and my siblings used to use the magnifying glass to set fire to piles of newspaper. And sometimes old toys. We turned out... Okay.

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