We know there are plenty of owners who enjoy taking countless photos of their furry children but there is photo time and then there is play time. It is clear that it is playtime, especially for the pooch in the center. He doesn’t want to be in the center of a photo frame, he’s just game for a game.
His canine companion on his left is in a bit of a pickle. He is facing some pressure to please his owner and look perfect for the pet photo but he also has to manage his younger brother who’s pining to play. The third pooch in the photo is the true rebel – he is neither keen to play nor to join in the photo. He’s just there to photobomb.
Cats Come First
From a young age, we are all taught to respect our elders. If we are on a crowded bus, we must give up our seats so the elderly can sit. If we come to a pedestrian crossing, we must always try to assist the elderly across the road. However, in the feline world, there is only one law – cats come first.
And it looks like this rule applies not only to cats but to every creature that comes into contact with cats, including this pooch. The hound in this photo has just learned that cats come first, even when it comes to someone else’s bed. While the hound might be feeling sore now about losing his bed, in time, he will realize it is a cat’s world after all.
Who Let the Dog Out?
Since we are speaking about a dog who now is outside of his bed, the obvious answer is the cat. Apparently, this pooch was so unhappy that he was displaced that he woke up his owner in the middle of the night to inform him of the cat. We don’t know who was unhappier, the pooch or the owner. But we’re guessing who was as pleased as punch.
That’s right – the guilty feline had no bad dreams that night. Probably didn’t even stir in its sleep. Let’s just hope the owner decided to tackle this problem with a hands-on approach and move the cat somewhere else. At least then everyone in the household, pets included, can get their much-needed beauty sleep. Although we’re sure the cat will be back.
You’re Kitten Me
Some dogs really need to learn to stand up for themselves. Well, this dog has taken the expression “standing up for oneself” a little literally as he couldn’t stand up anymore. In fact, he has used a pillow to support his standing up. We’re pretty sure this pooch hasn’t figured out what “standing up for oneself” really means as it appears the kitten has backed him into a corner.
We kind of feel for the big guy – the pooch that is – because the cats’ narrow eyes look pretty sinister. We’re guessing even the owner, preferred not to get involved and rather take the photo. Can’t say we blame him or her? Nope, not with those creepy kitten eyes. The best game plan for the owner is to back away slowly.
One kitten is bad enough, but four! Oh, this puppy is sure to be the victim of the most ferocious cuddle attack. Truthfully, this is a cat lover’s dream. Any cat lover would be perfectly happy to trade places with this doomed pup, but knowing felines, they would lose all interest if suddenly by magic the pooch was replaced with an enthusiastic cat lover.
One glimpse of those outstretched arms, anticipating a cuddle, and this gang of kittens would simply scatter. Then, it would be their turn to flee for their lives. Of course, that would not be the end of this saga. As per the nature of kitten gangs, they lay in wait and stalk their next, unsuspecting victim.