I can’t say any of my lizards ever laughed, and I had a lot of different kinds of lizards. None of my cats ever laughed, either. But oh, I love the sound of a gull laughing!
And what is it about dogs and cats that send babies into rolls and rolls of merry laughter? Don’t we wish we understood that batter? It may be a treasure just waiting to be unearthed.
And check out the dog who won’t let the toddler open the drawer and play with the cutlery. Extra milk-bones for him!
If Tarzan had been raised by cats or dogs rather than by manlike killer apes, he might have turned out a bit cuddlier.
Dig the babies who’ve already figured out how to enlist a dog or cat in a scheme to get rid of unwanted food.
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.
My head is about to explode from reading news. It’s bad out there. I haven’t the heart to write any more about it.
So let’s have some of God’s stuff instead. Let’s all go softy for a minute.
For those of you who couldn’t quite warm up to the dancing spider, here’s something a bit more conventionally fuzzy: dogs and babies.
Please ignore the idiot who tries to make the dog think she’s attacking the baby. The rest of the video is quite wholesome.
I don’t know about you, but I need a sanity break: some reminder that the earth is still the Lord’s.
Big dogs and little dogs, old dogs and puppies–they sure can make a baby laugh.
I can hardly imagine what my mother would have said, had she seen the video of the baby girl treating the dog’s nose like a popsicle. I am afraid she might have fainted.
So many cats and dogs are so good with babies, you’d think anyone who had a baby would rush right out and get a pet. I wish my parents had.
Although the one pug dog, regardless of the delight expressed by the baby, does make me wonder what he intends to do with the child. I hope he doesn’t have a den somewhere…
Do they make these for adults, too?
Watch the dog teach the baby how to bounce. I’m sure I never saw a dog do that kind of jump before. But the baby gets it!
There are a few things I would rather not have a dog teach my baby, if I had one. Still, you could do worse than have a fuzzy mentor.
So the dogs are blithely playing ball and the baby human starts to cry. Check out the expression on the black dog’s face. Check out his body language. He is very upset that the baby is crying! So are the other dogs. They’d like to do something about it–but what? There’s some gavone with a camera in the way…
The dog’s mouth is too small to pop the balloon, but he keeps on trying and the baby is digging it. I wish we’d had a dog or a cat when I was a baby. Honestly, how can this not be wonderful for the child’s development? Who’s too young for merriment and mirth?
For that matter… who’s too old for it?