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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Awwwwww

Posted on Thu, Jan 1, 2009 at 12:51 PM

The inexplicably absorbing Puppy Cam, which drew millions of page views to a site that featured a webcam focused on six playful young Shiba Inu dogs in a room-sized pen, is doing re-runs.

For a time in mid- to late December the site was off the air after a day or two of showing only three of the dogs. Our guess is the bowsers became so famous their owners no longer could resist the offers to buy them.

Don't ask why, but for some reason it was calming to click over to the Puppy Cam site and watch -- without comment or even any camera movement -- those six pups tussling, snoozing and rassling with their fuzzy toys.

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