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** But in all seriousness, we don't know; it was never revealed. All we know is that it was neither theft nor murder.


** [[WesternAnimation/Aladdin Why, kidnapping the princess, of course!]]

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** [[WesternAnimation/Aladdin [[WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}} Why, kidnapping the princess, of course!]]



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** [[WesternAnimation/Aladdin Why, kidnapping the princess, of course!]]

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** Same reason she tried to BUY the puppies in the first place : supply and demand issues. It's not like it would be easy for pet stores and farms to breed that many Dalmatians.
* Anita claims Cruella De Vil was inspected by Scotland Yard. I'm not to familiar with how their investigations would have worked in the 50's and 60's (when they could only used paper files and not computer systems), but wouldn't they have made a background check on Cruella, found out that she still owns an abanded estate in the countryside (and still paying electric bills on it), and look into THAT? Given that she was Roger's number one suspect, I'd ask law enforcements to go the extra mile on that one person too.

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** Cruella was likely more of a bully than a friend to Anita, and Anita still seems afraid to stand up to her, as well as too kind for her own good. Past experience has probably taught her how vengeful Cruella can be if she doesn't get her way. She does not want Roger to insult Cruella and potentially turn Cruella against them. Meanwhile, the way Cruella treats Anita is one of the primary reasons why Roger does not like her.


* Okay, the Kanine Krunchies commercial seems to be targeted at dogs THEMSELVES, rather than dog OWNERS. I can buy there being dogs intelligent enough to understand advertising (and that can somehow see images on an analog TV). However, I don't think any of the human characters showed any indication of the dogs having the ability to be marketed to, and if they did, that raises further questions. Questions like, "why is nobody making a bigger deal about there being dogs that can understand such complex things as advertising," "who do they expect to then purchase this product," and "did anyone at the studios care?"

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* Okay, the Kanine Krunchies commercial seems to be targeted at dogs THEMSELVES, rather than dog OWNERS. I can buy there being dogs intelligent enough to understand advertising (and that can somehow see images on an analog TV). However, I don't think any of the human characters showed any indication of that they knew the dogs having had the ability to be marketed to, and if they did, that raises further questions. Questions like, "why is nobody making a bigger deal about there being dogs that can understand such complex things as advertising," "who do they expect to then purchase this product," and "did anyone at the studios care?"

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* Okay, the Kanine Krunchies commercial seems to be targeted at dogs THEMSELVES, rather than dog OWNERS. I can buy there being dogs intelligent enough to understand advertising (and that can somehow see images on an analog TV). However, I don't think any of the human characters showed any indication of the dogs having the ability to be marketed to, and if they did, that raises further questions. Questions like, "why is nobody making a bigger deal about there being dogs that can understand such complex things as advertising," "who do they expect to then purchase this product," and "did anyone at the studios care?"

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** She lives in high society and probably makes her living as a fashion designer, and there's NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity.


*** Way to go to show how much of a slaver mentality you have towards non-humans, dude.

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*** ** Way to go to show how much of a slaver mentality you have towards non-humans, dude.dude.
*** Way to be rude and completely forget that these are animals. Not humans. That's kind of a big difference.


* What ''was'' Percival Fauncewater's crime?

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* What ''was'' Percival Fauncewater's his crime?

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***Way to go to show how much of a slaver mentality you have towards non-humans, dude.


* The original book was written BECAUSE people WERE buying dog-fur coats. From places like Sak's Fifth Avenue. Except that the dog fur would be labeled as "Chinese coyote" (There is no such animal). It was one of the things that started off the modern anti-fur movement (along with the Artek tourist film which included the baby Harp Seal bashing.) The fur trade is still not dead, but it certainly SHOULD BE. And don't think the Chinese aren't stlil selling dogfur coats, mislabeled. Fuck slavery, down wirh the fur trade.

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* *** The original book was written BECAUSE people WERE buying dog-fur coats. From places like Sak's Fifth Avenue. Except that the dog fur would be labeled as "Chinese coyote" (There is no such animal). It was one of the things that started off the modern anti-fur movement (along with the Artek tourist film which included the baby Harp Seal bashing.) The fur trade is still not dead, but it certainly SHOULD BE. And don't think the Chinese aren't stlil selling dogfur coats, mislabeled. Fuck slavery, down wirh the fur trade.

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* The original book was written BECAUSE people WERE buying dog-fur coats. From places like Sak's Fifth Avenue. Except that the dog fur would be labeled as "Chinese coyote" (There is no such animal). It was one of the things that started off the modern anti-fur movement (along with the Artek tourist film which included the baby Harp Seal bashing.) The fur trade is still not dead, but it certainly SHOULD BE. And don't think the Chinese aren't stlil selling dogfur coats, mislabeled. Fuck slavery, down wirh the fur trade.



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** Plus for Anita and Cruella to have gone to school together, presumably Anita came from money. Can you see someone with Cruella's wealthy background going to a local public school?

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