- Japanese man, Toco, undergoes a costly transformation to resemble a dog using a hyper-realistic costume.
- Toco is disappointed when real dogs at the park do not interact with him as expected.
- He expresses his sadness about the dogs’ reactions but remains committed to his unusual hobby.
- Toco seeks to connect with others who identify as “therians” to share his passion for animal role-playing.
The individual, known as Toco, invested a substantial sum of money into his unique passion for mimicking the appearance of dogs, only to discover that his canine counterparts did not reciprocate his enthusiasm.
Toco’s endeavor into dog impersonation left him feeling disillusioned when real dogs in the park failed to interact with him on equal terms.
Despite his painstaking efforts to achieve an authentic dog-like appearance, the animals appeared surprised and unresponsive to his presence.
Expressing his disappointment in an interview with The Sun, Toco conveyed his dissatisfaction.
In his words:
“They seemed a little surprised, and unfortunately, they did not treat me as an equal.”
Despite the initial setback, Toco remained resolute in his commitment to his peculiar hobby.
“I’m just sad that people can think that. I love animals and enjoy play-acting like a collie. This is my hobby, so I will carry on,” he added.
Toco highlights that he is now searching for other therians (People who identify as non-human species) to connect with.
In other news, A video circulating on social media has captured the harrowing moment when a man narrowly escaped ferocious dogs attack by climbing a set of iron bars.
The incident unfolded at a residence where the man had paid a visit.