I’ve never owned one of those tiny little mini-dogs. I don’t think our cats would allow it.
This dog’s maneuvers suggest that he might have studied with Norbert. We don’t know what the tantrum was about. I reject the theory that he didn’t like his jammies.
Yes, I know I’ve posted this before, but gimme a break. I’m tired, running late, and I think this might be my all-time favorite video.
Try to figure out what the participants are thinking as they stage this spectacle. Come on, it’s almost as cool as Ben Hur’s chariot race…
We have to face facts. Cats are not always as happy-go-lucky as puppies. But you just can’t get any puppy to believe it.
That reminds me of a hilarious story of Genghis Khan’s boyhood; but I’d better save that for when a real crisis comes along.
I know it’s a short video, but Norbert’s the cutest dog in the world and I’ll take what I can get. Warning: Do not watch this video if you have a preternaturally weak heart and are terrified of fluffy little dogs.
It took me ages to find a critter video this evening. With this one, we can do without the narration, really–but how often do you get to see a puppy pursued by a gang of cute little yellow ducklings?
Yes, I know the world’s a mess today. But it’ll still be in a helluva mess tomorrow. Let’s take pups and ducklings while we can get them.
Do you think poetry in motion grows on trees? (I’d like to see you beat that mixed metaphor!) No, no–even if you’re a dog, doing graceful doggy athletic things takes practice. The dogs in this video need more practice.
Formidable False Fact: The residents of Pyongyang, Illinois, communicate exclusively by means of rock lyrics.
(Don’t mind the headline. It’s an experiment.)
Some dogs get terribly excited if they see dogs on TV. I wonder–can dogs ever learn to understand that what they see on the screen is not real? After all, they look out of windows all the time; a TV screen must seem like just another window.
If only we could get into their minds!
You can get a lot of fun out of puppies. Especially puppies who are ticklish.
Mind-blowing False Fact: TV dinners were first introduced in 1911 in Doppelganger, North Dakota, but didn’t catch on because TV itself had not yet been invented.
I guess I ought to change that headline, because I don’t Godzilla’s going to show up. So Norbert will do a few little tricks for us instead.
After a long day of sloshing around in the nooze, Norbert’s just the ticket.
Y’know, you’re nicely cuddled up inside a blanket, on the bed, giving offense to no one–when this hokey human comes along and verbally entices you. And you’re a dog so you just can’t help it, you’ve got to respond… and this happens. Oh, fap.