I selected this video because I’m sure there’s an untold story in it. Why does the cat have to try so hard to get the dog to play? Why does the dog act like there will be some nasty surprise in store for him if he chases the cat? And why does he have his leash on in the house? And for that matter, what’s with that stockpile of slippers, shoes, and flip-flops? I’m beginning to get a rather hinky feeling about this place…
I’m not claustrophobic, honest–although the thought crawling into one of those so-called caves that are only just wide enough to accommodate your body and one layer of clothing, that doesn’t appeal to me.
But here are cats and dogs who have claustrophilia, which is the opposite of claustrophobia… and nobody knows how to treat this.
If it spreads to people, we’re in trouble.
I suspect Heaven’s gonna be a lot like this–and Earth, too, once God finishes repairing it. Meanwhile, He gives us these glimpses.
Dogs and cats don’t have to fight. They really can be best friends. Puppies and kittens can do it. But we humans–well, Dante called the earth “the little threshing floor that makes us all so fierce.”
The dogs in this video are terrified of cats. Isn’t that disgraceful? Like, they should have to turn in their dog badges and apply for positions as mice. But I’ve also seen videos of cats who are afraid of mice. Shameful.
P.S.–Please, please don’t let your cat or your dog out on the street. It’s dangerous enough for humans, the way folks drive these days.
Somebody in this video wants you to believe he has a pet humpback whale. I’ll believe it when I see his water bill.
In this compilation you will also see how fast a horse can eat a watermelon, how far a donkey can walk on his hind legs when he puts his mind to it, and a very naughty bear. Among others equally amusing.
All right, time for a sanity break. Critter video. Cats & dogs & all. With a couple of babies thrown in.
I’ve never seen a dog and a mongoose trying for a meeting of the minds before. And there’s the cat and the baby holding hands. Priceless.
Poor dogs. They take such guff from cats. (What am I saying? I take guff from cats, too.) And much of this interaction winds up focused on the dog’s bed, commandeered by the cat.
Go ahead–explain it. I can’t.
I’ve seen a lot of cats (and one lizard, but that doesn’t count because it was in real life) get confused by their own reflections in a mirror; but this is the first time I’ve seen a dog barking at his own shadow. And watch both a rat and a chipmunk find unexpected solutions to being hunted by a cat.
Hey! Let’s mystify our dogs and cats with the old Disappearing Human Trick!
Well, the dogs get mystified, with one notable exception.
But the cats… well, it takes bigger magic than that to fool a cat.
Unless I’m very much mistaken, you’ll find this quite a restful video.
Big dogs with little kittens–playing with them, baby-sitting them, grooming them, watching over them while they sleep. Something that God wants us to see.