Wow, look at that. I’ve just expressed a complete thought simply by listing three different animals. Is there no limit to what I can accomplish as a writer?
Cats usually behave like this because they want something. It this case, we don’t know what the cat wants. I suspect the dog does, but has no intention of granting the cat’s wishes.
The secret lives of our pets: we’ll never know what’s going on in there.
It’s not nice to eat your housemate’s dog food. Especially if your housemate is a dog. But that’s just what this cat sets out to do–and the dog isn’t going to allow it. I didn’t anticipate his solution to the problem.
Amazing false fact: Ancient Egyptians were still living in Texas as late as 1940.
It never fails to make me smile, seeing a kitten run sideways with his tail all puffed up. My cats have outgrown that, more’s the pity.
You can’t stay mad or sad while watching puppies and kittens try to deal with mirrors. I do hope they quickly learn not to run full-tilt directly into the mirror. I’m glad the music drowns out that little “clunk!” sound.
The little white dog wants to play. Apparently the cat does not. How do you get the cat cranked up to play. (Hint: You don’t. Cats don’t do what they don’t want to do.)
No silly animals were hurt in the making of this video. (The cat was afraid of looking silly, but the dog simply didn’t care.)
This is one of my all-time favorite videos, and I kind of need it now: the nooze is getting to me.
Watch the cat tap the dog, and then watch the dog go positively hyper. The cat doesn’t know what to make of it. Who says a dog can’t confuse a cat?
Okay, there is no Icelandic saga dealing with kittens and puppies. But if there were, it’d look exactly like this video. Trust me, I’m an expert.
Fascinating False Fact: Genghis Khan was once chased up a tree by a kitten.
You’ve got to hand it to anyone who thinks he can run up an iced sliding board! I’d like to see any of you try. And no, having four legs instead of two doesn’t make any difference.
Here are lots of dogs and cats slipping and sliding on the ice. If I had some around here, I’d be doing it, too.
I’m not easy with the idea of having a pet that could eat you if he felt like it. Rottweilers are scary.
But there are two tiny kittens in this video who don’t find the Rottweiler scary at all. In fact, they can’t leave him alone. How do they know that’s safe?
Are these the kittens who grow up to be cats that slap down alligators?
What patience! All the dog wants to do is enjoy a nap on the couch. But as far as the cat’s concerned, it’s playtime. “So let’s force the dog to play!”
Nobody gets hurt, by the way. Animals are very, very good at that! Well, I once had a snapping turtle who wasn’t… but we’re talking cats and dogs here.
What do you get when you mix kittens and puppies? A barrel of monkeys, maybe? Here we have proof of it.
That great music, in case you didn’t know, is In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg.