Have you ever thought of how confusing it must be, sometimes, being a dog? You live in an environment totally designed for human beings, full of weird sounds and objects whose purpose not even the wisest old schnauzer can explain. You just have to do your best. Maybe if you tilt your head just the right way, you’ll figure something out.
What is the mysterious power cats have, to intimidate dogs several times their size and take their dog beds? Well, okay, they intimidate little dogs, too. And why do dogs put up with it?
Secret cat wisdom: “Confidence is everything!”
This video is entitled “Guilty Dogs and Cats,” but you will notice only one of these offenders is a cat. Obviously the Feline Anti-Defamation League (pronounced “faddle”) has been successful in their work.
There are no iguanas in the film at all.
But lots and lots of dogs.
I have learned from this video never to give a baby elephant a bath indoors.
There have been some complaints about the headlines I write for these videos. Well, maybe it’s not as easy as it looks. I suppose I could have opted for “Bath-time for Bowser” or some such thing, but I don’t see how that would be an improvement.
This isn’t the best-quality video around, but there’s one clip in here that made me cry out, “Oh, no!” I wish I’d thought of it for use in a story. Beats me how the dog ever thought of it. Anyhow, wait’ll you see it!
There’s one cool cat in here who can’t be perturbed, but everybody else is fully cranked-up. I hope it’s good for them.
I’m sure I’ve heard it said somewhere that dogs eat rabbits and rabbits run away from dogs. But I don’t think these two have heard it. All right, it’s obvious the poor dog wants to take a nap, he doesn’t feel like chasing anything. But does he have to let the bunny snuggle him all over? You’d think the bunny loves the dog. And maybe he does.
Sorry this is so short, but it’s still one of the funniest animal videos I’ve ever seen. What went through that dog’s mind? And what did the cat think of it? Sometimes my cat Peep likes to chase herself up the stairs and around the bedroom, but that’s just playing make-believe.
(Crikey, there’s such low readership today! Wish I knew why.)
Someday the lion and the lamb will lie down together. In the meantime, dogs and bunnies can play and cuddle together.
Who would’ve thought it? Like, dogs eat rabbits, right? Maybe we’re getting a glimpse into what God has in store for His whole creation.
Barking at inanimate objects. Having a showdown with your reflection in the mirror. Openly defying the menace of a squeaky toy. What gives with puppies? Where do they get all that energy?
Not from me, that’s for sure.
I can easily imagine my mother’s horrified outburst at walking into the dining room and finding the rabbit and the dog on the table.
It’s extraordinary, though, that dogs and bunnies can play together without the bunny getting eaten. It’s because animals are smart enough to learn ways of life that owe nothing to their supposed “instincts”–if there even is such a thing, which I’m beginning to doubt. The only thing typical about animals is the ease with which they break out of typical.