Kat here, I am pleased to feature in-depth coverage of a breaking news story. Now lets go to our reporter in the field - Meeshka.
leashed, Steve Biggs wasn't always the clean cut pup you see posing
for covers of Fancy Pet magazine. Steve's past is one that he's
trying to run away from, but it is leashed to him forever.
As a small pup, Steve always knew he was model material. Posing for
cameras and even gazing at himself in mirrors, he was a stunning
vision of Siberian beefcake. His biggest mistake was answering an ad
in one of the local Craigslist posts for a handsome pup to pose for
some flea medication. It was all a lie that would send his budding
- Steve: "I thought it was on the up and up, but they lied to me, had
me sign some papers that gave them full rights to the pictures that
they took. Sure I thought it was strange that they wanted me to lay
in such suggestive poses, but I figured they wanted to show that my
belly had no fleas."
Steve's photos were plastered on the sordid and lurid magazines of the
puppy underground. Soon, rumors of Steve's use of cat nip and other
illegal substances surfaced in the high fashion modeling circles and
Steve's contract with Wooman's Day as the "fresh face of today's hip
pup" was cancelled.
Today, Steve is trying to make a come back on the circuit, hoping that
time, and his good deeds with the underprivileged will give him a
second chance at stardom.