Y’know something? I have no idea what I meant by that headline.
Anyhow, our dogs and cats and birds, et al, live in a world designed for and dominated by human beings–and look how well they make the best of it. Their adaptability always amazes me. We wouldn’t do half as well in a world designed by and for cats.
Enough Sturm und Drang already! Here are some dogs and cats with their heads on straight–also, I strongly suspect, a tiny peek into what God intends for us, once He restores and regenerates His creation.
Excuse me, I want to go grab me a cat…
P.S.–Videos of animals sleeping strongly resemble still photos of animals sleeping.
And here I am, remembering to post the video after I select it and load it. But I’d best not brag, just in case I suddenly discover I’ve forgotten something else.
Isn’t it amazing, how gentle most of these dogs are with cats who are just a fraction of their size? You will not I said “most,” not “all.” There really are moments in these relationships when the cat has a duty to assert his dominance.
Hey, this is just our daily sanity break–reaching out for harmless fun after plodding through the news.
Was it Apollonius of Tyana who said it’s tough being the only dog in a bedful of cats?
They look like they’re trying to murder each other, but nobody ever gets hurt: how do they do that? I mean, really, puppies and kittens do love a rasslin’ match.
My favorite here is the adult cat getting swarmed over by a whole litter of puppies. She doesn’t seem to mind! And neither would I.
My wife loves this photo of a dog who’s out of his depth, and has trying for months to post it here. She’ll think I’m smart for figuring it out.
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…
Dogs will never learn to play poker. Their faces give it all away.
I have it on good authority that the infamous, much-feared Hound of the Baskervilles was, in reality, an extraordinarily badly-behaved little pug dog.
It’s snowing like mad today, no sign of letting up, and the dogs in the neighborhood are enjoying it no end. Dogs get kind of excited about things.
Watch what happens when this highly-motivated dog attempts to retrieve a snowball.
When animals indulge in kooky behavior, it’s a sign of intelligence. When people do it, it’s just a sign of kookiness. Go figure.