Don’t ask me what the kittens were doing up there in the tree-house in the first place. Maybe their mother decided to have them there. Now watch what happens when the very young kittens decide to investigate the attached sliding board. Curiosity and cats.
Fortunately, Mommy’s here to help. Contrary to the academic prattle of today, motherhood is real. It’s part of God’s stuff, and it works.
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.
You’re supposed to let sleeping dogs lie, right? Only here’s a cat who never heard that truism. He has an altogether different take on the matter of a sleeping dog. But maybe he already knows this dog will never hurt him. A little peek into Paradise…
I have it on good authority that cats have skeletons. But what are their bones made of? Rubber? I mean, how do they get themselves in and out of jars, vases, and other exceedingly tight spots?
If you have claustrophobia, maybe you’d better not watch this.
I’m not sure this is the video I selected.
I’ve never had a pet guinea pig, and I’m sure I missed out on a good thing. I really love those floppy ears, and that sound they make. I don’t love the combination of guinea pigs and water beds, but that’s another story.
Cats and dogs, goats and birds–they figure things out, they really do. They come up with original ideas for problem-solving. I suspect they’re smarter than whoever was standing there with a camera while the dog jumped up on the counter and fiddled with the microwave.
Here are some dogs and cats without a shred of self-importance. Refreshing, isn’t it? As an added bonus, we also have a hedgehog in a sink, a bush baby in a purse, and a goat in a shopping cart. Let them entertain you.
There are a lot of animals that never wind up in an embarrassing position. Clams. Mealworms. To wind up behind the eight-ball, you’ve got to be smart enough to play pool. (Did I just say something wise?) That’s how cats get in trouble: curiosity.
P.S.–I don’t recommend allowing your toddler to pull kitty into the bathtub with him. That kind of curiosity never, never pays.
There is one bird in this video who’s not joking, not playing around. In fact, he’s somebody you want with you if you have to walk through poisonous snake country. That’s the secretary bird, the big bird having it out with the rubber cobra: and their mission in life is to kill and eat snakes–even the most dangerous ones.
The other birds are just having a good time.
They’ve got personality, they’ve got charm–and I’m always amazed to see videos of bunnies and dogs playing together.
We had a whole bunch of wild baby bunnies around here once, and I have a found memory of standing still, one night, while they chased each other round and round me.