This little character has become a Youtube star–Norbert, the 3-pound dog who can run like the wind, dodge like a super-ball… and can’t keep his tongue in his mouth. He also looks like he must’ve escaped from a Star Wars movie (who would blame him for that?), but he’s a certified mixed-breed dog.
Anyway, enjoy him as he stakes his claim to the humans’ bedsheets.
Remember the first time this happened to you? There you are with a nice sand castle, or a nice big hole in the sand, and along comes the ocean and ruins it.
Mr. Puppy discovers that he, like King Canute, can’t command the tide not to come in. All he can do is complain to his human.
His name is Norbert and he only weighs three pounds. That is, he’s a little bigger than a hamster. But who can resist a face like that?
Here he is playing a game with his blanket, with someone’s hand under it. Our cat Buster absolutely loved that game. But if he got carried away, your hand would be the loser for it.
I once saw a video of an octopus solving a puzzle very similar to this, but how many people have a pet octopus? I can’t imagine either of my cats being as determined as this dog is to solve the puzzle. I didn’t know you could get a dog interested in a puzzle. A couple of my turtles might’ve stuck with it, if there was a food reward inside; but you just can’t get turtles worked up over squeaky toys.
Is this minuscule chihuahua puppy bent on suicide? Nah–he knows the big bulldog won’t hurt him, no matter how much he teases him. Nibble the tail, nibble the feet–you don’t really think I was gonna let you take a nap, do you?
Just a little glimpse into the way things ought to be…
What’s going through this dog’s mind? Well, the water makes kind of a hissing noise. Could it be a liquid cat?
I was unable to find a video without some human trying to get in on the act. What dogs and cats put up with–!
I can’t stand any more of this Far Left happy bull-schiff that’s being slathered all over our country by villains and moral imbeciles. Let us join the dog and the horse for a sanity break.
I’m convinced human beings can have fun, too, just like animals, if only they put their minds to it: if only they remember how.
But then dogs and horses do not read the nooze.
Stella, you’re too much! Does she ever get enough of diving head-first into mountainous heaps of Autumn leaves? Probably not.
I used to like to dive into the leaf-piles when I was a little boy; but I dassn’t do it now. People would think I’d gone peculiar.
All right, let’s see if this post gets censored–just babies and puppies! What could be more harmless?
Huskies are famous for howling. This puppy’s only nine days old, and he’s howling but good. What he wants is not so clear. He doesn’t even look like a husky yet, but he sure sounds like one. Behold the patience of the mother dog, whose ear is getting howled into. She should get an award.