Pet owners always know when their pets have been up to something fishy. Cats and dogs just cannot hide guilt. Look at this pair. We know they’re in hot water. We just don’t know why. Perhaps, it has to do something with the kitchen cupboards. They are suspiciously close to the corner cupboard.
Perhaps, this dog-cat duo has been trying to pull off a major treat heist only to be discovered. The cat is so scared he looks like he has turned to stone. He has backed himself so far into the corner that there is nowhere left to go. The dog is so far gone in his guilt that he is just staring hopelessly up at his owner praying they will not discover the true nature of his deeds.
Any day now, Rover is going to revolt – he is going to rise up and take arms against the treacherous tabby who stole his throne. Rover just must wake up from his nap and make the first move. Of course, the treacherous tabby looks as relaxed as can be because she knows “any day” is not a day of the week.
Her position on the coveted throne is safe. Perhaps, Rover will put in a request with his owners to have the callous cat removed but judging from Rover’s state, he has either given up or just accepted that kitty will have two beds from now on. Living up to the standard of every monarch, it is not enough just to have one palace. Now, Kitty has two.
Did you say cat? Which cat? Where? This pooch may be too busy trying to spot a scampering squirrel or garden visitor to notice that in the process of being alert to any sudden movement he happened to leap right onto the cat. The poor victim, the cat, just happened to be lying outside on one of the patio chairs, minding its own business.
We’re not sure the dog has noticed that his bottom is where the cats head happens to be, but one thing that is certain is that the dog’s tail is in the perfect position to be clawed by the cat. Judging from the cat’s expression, the tail is not safe. Let’s hope he spots the garden visitor soon or else it is tickets for the tail.
All’s Fair in Love and War
This seems to be the policy that this cat and dog follows. When it comes to war, there are no rules. Considering that the cat belongs to the girlfriend and dog to the boyfriend, this policy of no rules is not the most effective. In fact, it’s better if these two learn to get along and put interspecies differences aside.
However, based on how into the fighting these two are, it looks like it is going to be a long road till a peace treaty is drawn up. The fighting pair probably won’t even like the idea of a cold war as there’s not much fighting involved. Let’s hope the human couple don’t follow this animal pair’s approach. All’s fair in love and war isn’t always the most peaceful approach.
Nice Kitty… Kitties
This dog knows he is in for it now. Two against one is hardly fair and he knows it, but when did cats ever do things the fair way? That being said, we want to know what the dog did to provoke both cats into such aggressive stances. Interestingly the ginger cat on the left looks like he is ready to perform a downward dog.
Perhaps, this cat warms up before a fight by doing a bit of yoga. The grey cat on the right is waiting for his opponent to finish warming up so that they can take on the dog. Fur is bound to fly. If we were the dog, we would back away slowly. Or perhaps, the pooch should flee while the ginger cat is warming up.