PSA: Chris Pratts Seem Cute And Adoptable But Soon Grow To Be Horribly Miscast

Photo: Kristin Dos Santos (https://www.flickr.com/people/watchwithkristin/)

Ah, Christmastime, the time of year when shelters’ cages are empty as families adopt a puppy or a kitten, and gather around the television to watch a Chris Pratt movie. But while a canine, feline, or slightly-too-Christian goofball may seem like a fun addition to your home, many families forget that they can soon grow too big and end up unwanted and miscast…

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comedienne, writer, scientist, eats burritos

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