The local transgender dog is confused about which tree to use.
There is a huge debate in our country covering which bathroom transgender people should use. People have different views when it comes to this matter. Therefore, some of them will say that they should use the bathroom of their original gender and some will say that it is ok to use whichever they want.
Hence, this is the story of Tweety, a 7-year-old dog who lives in Grass Valley, California together with the Simpson family. Tweety is a female dog, but identifies as a male. At birth, Tweety was given a blue neckband and since then he didn’t identify as a female anymore.
Last week on Alta Street, Tweety was involved in a public disagreement. It all started when he raised his leg to do his business.
As soon as he lifted his leg to do his business he was confronted by another dog because that tree was a “male” tree. Fortunately, he was not injured, though he felt hurt and embarrassed.
The offender is a beagle harrier who does by the name Brutus. He spoke to the Scooper’s animal translator and stated the following: “Who the hell does she think she is peeing on our tree, what if my puppies were using that tree when she was there? She peed all over the roots, now we have to step in it to use the tree. She has no business there!”
There is no city of state law legislating on the subject which restroom transgender should use in the state of California. At the moment, Tweety is subjected to therapy because of the occurrence at the male tree. No word on his prognosis has been said yet.