On the heels of the Japanese cat breed boom, the Japanese pet breed sissy breed is on the rise again.
The sissy is a pet that is a mix of breeds that are both quiet and not at all social.
For years, the sissy has been the preferred companion for many pet owners, including many of the country’s most popular breeds, such as the Chihuahua, Labrador, Dachshund and Rottweiler.
But, with more and more sissy breeds appearing, it is likely that the breed will continue to be popular with the general public.
Japanese cat breed sissies breeders say that while they are a bit of a novelty breed, they are just as social as any other breed.
“They are very social.
They have no trouble getting along with other dogs and people.
They are very gentle, so they are not at the edge of being aggressive,” said one breeder.
They have even been seen roaming the streets in search of cats.
Japan’s sissy breeder told ABC News that they will continue selling sissys for the foreseeable future, and that they are only targeting smaller breeders who may be less than excited about the sissy breed.
“We have a very large number of breeders that are interested in the sisypres of the sizygand of the breed.
And we are trying to make a lot of money off the sisy, but we have no control over it,” said the breeder, who has two sisies.
The Japanese cat breeds boom has been fueled in part by the Japanese government’s strict control on pet ownership, but there is also a growing number of new breeders, like the sizzling Sisypre, who are trying their hand at the Japanese dog market.