This family has adopted this fluffy puppy, but it needs the king’s (the cat) approval first. In this photo, we see the subject brought by the king and being given a thorough examination of whether he joined their kingdom (the family home). Right at this moment, the cat perched on his throne (the staircase) is having a stare-off with the puppy.
Let’s just hope the puppy will be accepted by the cat else he will have to be banished or sent into exile. Or perhaps, there will be a mutiny and the king will be dethroned and a new king like the puppy put in his place. The cat should be careful because even if he is king, he could be replaced with a new and maybe cuter king.
This cat is no longer in the mood to deal with any more nonsense from the pooch, so the fuming feline has drawn the line – or rather drawn his tail. That’s right – tail that, Pooch. We’re not sure what the hound did to deserve this treatment, but it must be pretty bad. Tail torture can be one of the worst, but at least, the cat has left the hound his snout so that he can breathe.
Whatever the pooch has done, we know he’s sure not to do it again. Let’s just hope he can get out of this pickle in one piece because no one else can help him out. No one can help because no one can see that underneath the cat, there is a helpless hound.
Do You Mind?
This pooch must be thinking that this sofa needs a replacement. This hound must be wondering when on earth did the sofa get so uncomfortable. Or why does it feel like some of its nails are poking through? Of course, little does the pooch know of the true danger he’s in.
Once he moves from his place, the wrath of a cat who has lived more than eight of its lives in one moment is going to come bursting through. The dog better hope that the actual sofa can be used as a shield because he’s going to need it. On the other hand, the cat will learn a lesson about sleeping on the dog’s sofa. This brings us to the question, are these pets even allowed on the sofa?
Not a Happy Kitty
This kitty is obviously not a happy kitty, but someone, in this photo – someone lying on the sofa – is having the time of their life. While the cat is in a state of confusion and despair and clearly feels betrayed, the new dog is just simply lying on the sofa and biting away at his toy.
Though the white pooch has recently joined the family, the fact that he already has a toy and can get away with biting it on the sofa is not a good sign for the cat. It means that the white pooch might be there to stay. And from the look of anger and despair on the cat’s face, the kitty’s future’s looking bleak. For starters, he can’t even sleep on the sofa.
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
One of the pieces of advice that we’re often given is to tackle problems head-on. The cat in this photo clearly is taking this advice too seriously. Of course, for every family cat, their main problem in life is the family dog. And following this advice, this cat has decided to literally take his problem …head-on.
He is literally staring down the dog – either asking the dog to leave the home for good or get off his territory (aka the sofa). While the cat is ready to take on his problems the good old way, what he doesn’t know is that this dog really thinks that the cat should just let sleeping dogs lie. We can’t say we blame the dog, if we were the dog, we’d think the same.