Taxidermists have discovered a new method of preserving animal lovers treasured pets.
Rather than the traditional method of stuffing, taxidermists are freeze-drying pets and following a simple but seemingly more effective procedure. Pets are frozen, carefully posed using wire and then moisture is slowly vacuumed away in a climate-controlled machine.
Apparently the method has been an instant hit with those wanting to perpetuate their pets. Additionally the only maintenance required is a small application of cedar residue and a little buff.
Delighted owners say their pets look more presentable, stay closer to their original size and keep intact for longer.