Is this a really quiet way of announcing a working cloning device?

I guess they're even squishier than they look. I feel like if we had waited a moment, those other dogs waiting off-screen might have climbed in as well. If you're wondering why, in addition to the gaggle of basset hounds compressed into the small doghouse, there's also a ton of other wriggly, long-eared beasts roaming around it's because they're all related. They belong to Gretchen Hoey, a basset hound breeder from California. They certainly seem to be bred to be companionable, or at least to not need very much personal space. 


(by Johnny McNulty)

Sources: Gretchen Hoey on YouTube