The Aha MomentThe Rise of the Underdogs
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Why was Poochie Diva brand created?
Our team noticed the Japanese character Hello Kitty is almost in every store you walk in. We’re sure you already noticed. But one day an overwhelming flaw was brought up about this billion dollar face. “The Kitty had no lips!”
Searching online everyday for inspiration and knowledge is our team’s fav past time, so researching what Hello Kitty brand/character stood for was fun.
We found most Hello Kitty fans started collecting at a young age and many are happy Sanrio the owners of Hello Kitty, offer products not just for the young girls anymore but for women with a high end fashion taste.
The search also found Hello Kitty lovers often owned cute little diva dogs. Not cats which we thought the cat character might sway collectors to be cat owners as well. Not the case!
Overall, in our option we found Hello Kitty being cute but, really didn’t notice a true message.The billion dollar a year earning kitty didn’t have a mouth. Wait! The company recently revealed that the character is actually a girl…not a kitty. Not giving a girl character a mouth on purpose doesn’t sound too nice, especially if so many fans could be touched by her motivating voice.
Immediately the creative minds went to questioning, Was Hello Kitty’s mouthless design a hidden message asserting that females shouldn’t speak out?” If so, something had to be done and that something is The Poochie Diva brand.
Many have laughed at the challenge of becoming a force of inspiration in today’s bustling fashion world. However, we cannot deny that there is a growing need for the current generation to make their voices heard.
This is the fuel behind our driving force, propelling us forward.
For the Mothers of these young ladies, we have a more mature line. With your help, we can reinforce this outspoken lifestyle – encouraging 21st century women to be anything they want to be.
Also; let us not forget about the products created for the underappreciated fur-mammas of
our world too. What would our families be without our four-legged best buddies, after all?
"Never Underestimate the UnderDogs!"
~ Alexander the Creative