When a Cub Scout is a ‘Puppy’

By Brian M. HochbergPublished Mar 25, 2017 10:18:30The American Conservative has a new feature called “Puppies” on its homepage.

In it, the magazine features a photograph of a puppy in a diaper and writes that the picture was taken by a Cub Scouts troop member.

The article states that the puppy is about 10 weeks old, and that the cubs have a “fetching” nature, and a “kind heart.”

The article says the cub scout’s “pet is an adorable puppy” and says the puppy has “always been a part of the Cub Scout family.”

The cub scout says the picture is a joke, but that the pup has been in the cub scouts family for more than 10 years.

The cub scout claims that the image was taken while the cub Scout was on his first trip to the United States, and not while he was in a cubs group.

The Cub Scout has a Facebook page where he says the image is from.

A spokesman for the Cub Scouts of America said the story was an attempt to “make fun of a young pup.”

He also said the group does not condone the behavior and that it would be inappropriate for Cub Scouts to use the picture in any way.

The spokesman told the American Conservative that the photo is a satirical, but not malicious, portrayal of the puppy.

“The cub scouts were obviously very proud of their young pup, and he was a special puppy,” the spokesman said.

“We are very proud that the Cub scouts have such a dedicated and loyal member base that has grown over the years, and we wish them all the best.”

The spokesman said the cub’s parents had recently moved to Florida.