Butler Bulldog Mascot
April 5, 2011 by staff
Butler Bulldog Mascot, Butler has dismantled whole lotta parentheses when they owned Florida last week, moving to the NCAA Final Four. Students in the school spirit and sports fans on the campus of Butler Indianapolis scrambled to find tickets and make travel arrangements for Saturday night’s game in Houston, Texas.
And for about 165 per person, fans can hop a bus chartered by the big game. And about 1,000, and students can take the high road and book a weekend flight last minute. It is a fairly large piece of change for the student average college basketball fanatic.
For a four-legged friend, however, money is no object. In fact, the mascot of Butler’s Blue 2 earns nothing but the best. He has his own seat on a chartered plane to the Final Four.
It gets better.
The 63-pound bulldog leaves Houston on Friday morning on a Southwest flight, and once he arrives in Texas, it will be brought to an accommodation … in a -star hotel. I do not know if I stayed in a 4-star hotel ever. With the economy the way it is, who are these days? Nevertheless, the puppy will shake with its manager, Michael Kaltenmark.
Kaltenmark told TMZ that Blue has a few other things to do before take-off a day of relaxation at a spa for dogs in Indianapolis, where he gets his nails done. Blue 2 will also have its coat cleaned and dried, and assayed with some doggie cologne.
I think Butler officials take it all a bit too far. Maybe I never had a dog of mine, and I’m all for treating your pet like one of your best friends. My fish late Leroy (RIP), he was the king of his very own castle, which was cleaned every week! But do not you think there are better ways for the university to spend their money to pamper Blue 2 days before the match? A dog day at the spa cannot be that cheap. Butler could have used the proceeds of this theft and to help send some students who pay the school a boatload of money for the game. But instead, the dog becomes primped.
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