What a beautiful dog! Is that a Corgi? I wish I could have a dog but for now it's just my kill everything that moves cat. He's a pretty good little buddy too even though he killed the dove chicks last night.
I’ve been plucking the ones where I don’t look as goofy as I often do. its Amazing how one pic makes me feel like a rock star, and two pics later in the sequence I learned to surf last monthMore pics. I’m living vicariously through you. That bottom turn looked pro.
Hes a corgi/jack russel. Finn. He's a complete bundle of joy. I also have a cat. She's kind of stuck up and keeps me at paws length.What a beautiful dog! Is that a Corgi? I wish I could have a dog but for now it's just my kill everything that moves cat. He's a pretty good little buddy too even though he killed the dove chicks last night.
I am intrigued by cats - they treat their owners indifferently or badly yet people keep buying them and feeding them. It's like humans have a "battered woman/Stockholm syndrome" towards them. Ernst Junger had one and he was a WWI vet. So did the villain in Inspector Gadget.I’m a cat lover too, but we all know: it’s the cats’ world and they just tolerate our presence as we feed them and clean up their scat
The ability of Western cats to live in luxury while being indifferent or hostile to people suggests I'm going about life the wrong way.It really is a bizarre coexistence. I read somewhere that they were never truly “domesticated” in the sense that dogs and cows etc were…they simply just found existence with human servants to be convenient and comfortable, even and especially if they treat their humans with indifference and utter contempt