The dog who doubles as The Suicide Squad character is sending people into hysterics

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Owner Sarah Reid sent the internet into a frenzy when she shared the “uncanny resemblance” between her rescue dog Ratty and The Suicide Squad’s weasel, leaving people wondering “which is which?”

Sarah was watching The Suicide Squad when she realized it

A dog that looks suspiciously like the character from The Suicide Squad movie is making people laugh online.

Sarah Reid, 35, was watching 2021’s The Suicide Squad with her husband, when she spotted her dog’s ‘twin’ appear on screen.

Ten-year-old rescue dog Ratty seems to share similar characteristics with DC Comics’ bizarre mammal.

Sarah told the Mirror: “My husband and I always make fun of her looks – with love of course – because she’s so scruffy and adorable, so when we made that weasel comparison we laughed our heads off.

“And that’s why I felt we had to share it online, so everyone can enjoy it too.”







Ratty shares special similarities with Weasel
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Sarah took Reddit to share a collage of images of the twin couple, and captioned it, “I realized tonight our dog looks like The Weasel from Suicide Squad.”

In the comics, Weasel – whose real name is John Monroe – is actually a human who wears a terrifying costume to commit crimes.

His character dates back to 1985, but he was resurrected in 2013 and is now a new member of Suicide Squad, played by Gilmore Girls actor Sean Gunn.







He was rescued after being hit by a car
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Sarah is unsure of her exact race
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One person commented on Sarah’s “uncanny resemblance” post while another said, “which is which?”

A third wrote: “Wow! And I thought my dog ​​had a cosmetic problem…”

Ratty was picked up off the street as a stray puppy 10 years ago after being hit by a car.

She suffered very serious brain damage, leaving her to run in circles for three weeks.







She calls him her wobbly dog
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Ratty is often caught licking the walls
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In time, she miraculously recovered, although Sarah said, “Sometimes I come home and she licks the walls.”

Ratty was first adopted by Sarah’s sister-in-law who worked at the veterinary clinic, before finding a forever home with Sarah and her husband nine years ago.

Sarah is “unsure of her breed” but speculates she might be a mix of Chihuahua and Cairn Terrier because she has “thin, brindle fur”.

Sarah added: “We love our wobbly dog.”

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