"I haven't slept in 10 weeks," says Lindsay Condefer, looking far more energetic than most people in that situation would. She wears a necklace with a picture of Lentil, her French bulldog puppy, as a pendant — a fan sent a whole bag of them. The underside of one forearm is covered in a tattoo she got for Lentil's four-week birthday — it's photorealistic; Lentil's severely cleft palate is unmistakable. Her friend Shane O'Neill does her tattoos for free, though "he's harder to get an appointment with now because he won that stupid Ink Master show," she jokes. "I have all my dogs on my back ... six dogs and the Virgin Mary looking over them." O'Neill has been working Condefer's four current dogs into the scene, too. But in March, she asked for something else. "I was, like, 'Shane, I have this puppy and he went viral on the Internet and I love him so much and I'm so scared I'm gonna lose him, and I want him on me forever!'"
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