The cake part is the torso right up to the head. The legs were made from rice crispy cakes and frosting. The head, ears, name tag and collar are made from fondant. A friend made it as a surprise - boy was I surprised!
Naturally Sonny wanted to eat it - he really doesn't like competition!
He's also been teaching the other B's his levitation trick:
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Since you also have a small pack of B's I have to ask... do they ever peform Basenji Operas?
My older male and female will "sing" back and forth at each other, usually trying to resolve a dispute such as who gets the best seat on the couch. It can go on for up to five minutes, but they will not do it while a family member is in the room. Their songs consist of something like the "ba" part of a baroo, but drawn out for ten seconds or so for each "verse".
I've been trying to capture a recording of one of their operas, but as soon as I get near them they stop mid-performance!
@SonnysDad I have only had 2 basenjis at a time, now just one basenji and one Samoyed. Sadly, only my first basenji talked a lot. The 2nd one was pretty silent except demonic noises when mad. Cara makes crazed noises when playing, but she doesn't really talk. The Samoyed makes up for it. You need to film your guys doing it!