I am the proud owner of a Russian-made cat named Masha. She is the cutest cat you’ll ever meet.
Masha is not only the cutest cat youll ever meet, but also a cat who can change into a wolf. This is because she has been training to do it for years. Like so many cats, Masha is not only a highly intelligent pet, but also a genius in the art of pet names. Like many cats, she can also change into a dog, even a wolf.
Well, at least that was the plan. She changed into a Russian wolf. She was supposed to be a Russian wolf because she is one of those “Russian pets” that are so popular in Russia. Masha has only been in the US for six weeks, but her Russian wolf-ness is so prevalent that she was adopted from the Russian Kennel Club because it is one of the few places that has a Russian wolf-breeding program.
But if this is all she’s got, how is she going to stop russian wolves from being popular? She will have to kill her Russian wolf. To do that, she has to kill her Russian wolf-bitch.
Russian wolf-bitch is the term for any dog that has been adopted from the Russian Kennel Club, but has been given the name ‘wolf’ on the grounds of her breeding program. There are several thousand dogs of this type in Russia alone. To kill one would be like killing a wolf.
If you’re looking for a non-threatening way to introduce your pet to new people, you may want to look into something that can be named after your pet. This can be done by simply changing your pet’s breed to something that rhymes with the new person’s first name. For example, if your pet is called Zolmak, you could call a new person your pet-bitch.
The obvious solution is to find a unique name for your pet that rhymes with your new person’s first name. However, if your pet is called Wolf, you could change the name of your new person to Wolf-Chick, Wolf-Dude, etc…
The russian words for chick, dude, and wolf are a bit more interesting. To be honest, I don’t know how rhymes with your pet’s first name would be accomplished. The best I can suggest would be to find a unique word that rhymes with your pet’s first name.
I suggest a word that rhymes with your pets first name, “Chick”, and that the next time you want to use your pet in a sentence, switch to the word “Dude”.
As long as you’re not trying to be clever, your pets might be more appropriate. The word for dog, dog, is the word for wolf, and the word for cat, cat, is the word for cat. You could also try for the word for dog, pup.