Meet Muttley Cyrus, the latest dog on the scene with ambitions of becoming an Internet superstar. Named for pop singer Miley Cyrus, her idol, this Miniature Dachshund records and releases songs, dresses up in her spectacular array of wigs, and claims to have a closet of more than 300 different outfits. She also has an obsession with the color pink.
With Ms. Muttley’s profile on the rise, here’s a handy photo introduction to the self-proclaimed “celebrity dog extreme.”
When jet-setting among sold-out shows across the world, Muttley Cyrus flies in her own helicopter. Naturally, she travels in a color-coordinated shade of pink.
The paparazzi love to hound Muttley for pictures — a request that she indulges with much class and poise.
On occasion, this material girl likes to perform secret shows as Muttdonna, her Madonna-inspired persona.
Ms. Muttley believes there is no outfit that cannot be improved by donning a pair of sunglasses.
Muttley loves nothing more than to spend her downtime hitting the open road on a Harley-Davidson. Pink neckerchief and matching nails are a must for all canine speed demons.
Muttley once ran for mayor of San Diego but soon discovered that the political life was not glamorous enough for her. Instead, she now spreads the universal message, “We all need to participate to try and decrease this worldwide tragedy of all the unwanted and neglected animals.”
Hey, even a dolled-up superstar pooch needs to take care of essential D.I.Y. tasks from time to time!
Now check out the video to Muttley’s hit single “Whipping Cream.”
See more at Muttley Cyrus’ website and on Facebook.
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About Phillip Mlynar: The self-appointed world’s foremost expert on rappers’ cats. When not penning posts on rap music, he can be found building DIY cat towers for his adopted domestic shorthair, Mimosa, and collecting Le Creuset cookware (in red). He has also invented cat sushi, but it’s not quite what you think it is.