Day 21

Posted: September 22, 2011 in Zombie Days

Pet ZOMBIES will be all the craze when the apocalypse gets contained. Just think you can have your very own pet ZOMBIE that you can train to do tricks, and talk about a low maintenance pet. Think of all the money you will save on vet bills, if a leg gets broken, just sever at the nearest joint for a clean sleek look. Millions if not Trillions every year is made from the sale of pet toys & clothing for animals, just think how you will be able to pimp out your own personal ZOMBIE pet, I will totally have my ZOMBIE pet in a Detroit Lions jersey with the name Millen on the back to represent that Millen is dead to me, and finally behind us all. Can you imagine having a mean junkyard ZOMBIE to protect your property? I assume you would get a decent break on your annual insurance for this awesome security feature for your property. I feel you should have to get a microchip for you ZOMBIE in case he gets lost, and also if you have a pure bred ZOMBIE make sure you register the papers for breeding. One day you just might get a few hundred bucks per ZOMBIE litter.


  1. the man says:

    I like the mean junkyard dog Zombie….I want to name him Chopper….just to say “Chopper, Sick Balls!” lol!! Also, are zombies like other cool things like Mogwis – don’t get them wet or feed them after midnight?

  2. Mo says:

    Zombie Dawg…..Crazy Cooter coming at ya!

  3. socal says:

    Human chew toys great.

  4. have their been any studies regarding Zombie’s ability to mimic sounds…I think this possibly adds some pizazz if I can train my Zombie to say “Zombie wants some brains”…instead of just “brains”

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