In a recent deal that's sure to raise a few eyebrows (and wrinkle a few noses), the Prince William Board of County Supervisors have gone barking mad and signed an agreement to send the animal waste from the Puppy Bowl to the county's rural crescent.
Some officials are yapping on about how this will be a great benefit for the local farmers, while area residents are pawsitively howling with laughter, or should we say, disgust. "The whole thing smells bad," said one resident who was caught holding his nose. "I mean, who wants to live near a bunch of poop?" Another resident chimed in, "It's a bit of a 'ruff' situation, isn't it?"
For those who aren't familiar, the Puppy Bowl is like the Super Bowl for cute little pups. The only difference is, instead of touchdowns, these pups are making tinkle downs. It's an event known for its cuteness, but now it's also generating quite a bit of doo-doo.
Sources close to the deal say that the animal waste will be composted and then used as fertilizer on local crops. But some residents are still barking mad about it. "I don't care how much you compost it, poop is still poop," said another resident who was seen holding their nose while talking.
Despite the concerns, county officials remain fur-midable in their quest for an agreement. "This is a pawsome opportunity for everyone involved," said one supervisor. "Local farmers get free fertilizer, and the Puppy Bowl gets a responsible way to dispose of their waste. It's a 'fur-nominal' idea."
As for the puppies themselves, they were reportedly unfazed by the news. "As long as we get to play, we don't really care where our poop goes," said one puppy, who was more interested in chasing their own tail.
Only time will tell if this deal will be a success or a stinker, but one thing's for sure: the Puppy Bowl is definitely leaving its mark on Prince William County. And let's hope the farmers are ready for it.