The Pochi from Spyderco is a tiny little knife named after a stereotypical dog name in Japanese, the equivalent of "Spot". The Blade folds open, and so does the little tail on the back. Very seldom does a knife warrant the use of the word "Cute", but this one just does it.
It's the smallest knife in my collection. It was also a gift from my family. I don't think I could justify getting it at its current price relative to what you're getting. That being said, the knife is very high quality, being a titanium frame lock folder, it reminds me of my old spydiechef. There's no lock stick like the chef, the surfaces are very smooth and despite being less than 2 inches in cutting length, the knife is very usable. I think it's a neat gimmick or conversation piece. It isn't a very threatening knife either, I can imagine a knife guy in the office just busting this little guy out, propping the tail up to the ooooos and ahhhs from onlookers. Even the tail has two washers... A quality knife, but still a bit too expensive, definitely the most unique in my collection. If money is no barrier, then I recommend this oddity.