Animal costumes have been popping up in TV commercials for decades, and now a new cartoon is using the tradition to bring a pug to life.
Animal costumes have long been a way for people to express their personalities and feelings.
And for years, the concept has been used to make fun of animals in a way that would seem funny to people in real life.
In “Catch You If You Could,” an animated cartoon released by Puma Animal, a fictional character named “The Puma” attempts to save a poodle from a bear by wearing a puffy coat.
But instead of trying to rescue the poodle, the bear attacks the puma, and the Puma is forced to use a machete to fend off the bear’s claws and teeth.
The cartoon is set in a fictional world where people are wearing animal costumes.
The cartoon features some characters in animal costumes, such as a pom-pom, a cat with a dog face, and a dog with a bear’s face.
But it also features some non-animal characters, such a dog in a poncho and a panda wearing a mask.
The Cartoonists Association of America describes the cartoon as a parody of the way that the media portrays animals.
In the cartoon, a man and a woman in a fur costume take a train on a train, only to have the train crash into a mountain.
The woman is rescued, but the man has to help.