A Japanese man named Toco had a lifelong dream of becoming an animal. He spent over $20,000 on a super-realistic dog costume that looked like a rough collie.
Toco shared his journey on his YouTube channel called ‘I want to be an animal.’ In the videos, he played like a dog in his backyard and did tricks to get treats.
Recently, he took his first public walk while filming for a German TV station.
During the walk, he acted like a real dog, sniffing at other dogs in the park and rolling around on the floor.
People passing by and other dogs seemed interested, and they couldn’t tell that Toco wasn’t a real dog.
Toco explained on his YouTube channel that he hides his human identity because he’s afraid of being judged by people he knows.
He doesn’t want his friends and co-workers to think it’s strange that he wants to be a dog.
The dog costume was made by a Japanese company called Zeppet, and it took them 40 days to create it.
It looks so real that it perfectly reproduces the appearance of a dog walking on all fours.
Overall, Toco is living his dream of becoming a dog, and he’s excited to share his journey with others on his YouTube channel.
- A Japanese man named Toco fulfilled his dream of becoming an animal by spending $20,000 on a hyperrealistic rough collie dog costume.
- He shared his journey on his YouTube channel ‘I want to be an animal,’ where he played and did tricks in his backyard.
- Toco recently took his first public walk while being filmed for a German TV station. Passers-by and other dogs seemed curious and unaware that he was a human in a costume.
- Toco hides his human identity to avoid judgment from people he knows, who might find his desire to be a dog strange.
- The dog costume was created by a Japanese company called Zeppet and perfectly mimics a real dog walking on all fours.