There's an epidemic overtaking the dog world, and it's killing all the toys. I refer to this destructive beast as Overactive Teeth Disorder, an affliction that leaves dog parents everywhere scrambling to find the next best indestructible Kong after woefully gathering an expensive trash bag full of gnawed up toy innards.
But their furry child's latest and greatest indestructible plaything is no cure. Within the instinct driven dog brain is an unstoppable urge to hunt and destroy, so countless overactive canines are found nibbling not on indelible rubber, but tearing away at the soles of shoes and the legs of chairs. The cycle continues just like this, and it will ravage both human and dogkind until pups figure out how to play a wholesome game like Chess.
There lies the origin of my toy cabinet. While other dogs rip their things to shreds, I choose to live by example. How? Well, I'm constantly curating a toy collection from the finest corners of the world (namely Etsy, Waggo, Barkshop...) to place in an antique 19th century cabinet with glass doors. This may sound snooty, but it shows my fellow snooted creatures that toys do not have to die in vain. Rather, they can live on as the makings of envy inducing art displays.
Green is the color of envy, so I chose various items of that hue from my repertoire for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy: