While my uncle was making dinner I but the air shock in his new Nike AirMax shoes. It made a nice whooshing sound”. I laughed and I’m not sorry
Posts Categorized: Pet Shaming
Our pitbull is a year old. She started to have separation issues whenever I would leave the house. We decided to get a kitten to keep her company. We did not expect them to get along so well. They love each other so much. It has gotten to the point where the dog let the cat run all over her. The cat eats her food , sleeps on her pillow, and chasing her all around the house. It’s harmless fun and we think it is hilarious .
We steal hay from the goats. Om nom nom nom!
Kairi and Jujube are always stealing their brothers food.
Zero: “I ate my mom’s laptop AND cell phone chargers. I am not ashamed.”
Prim: “I ate BOTH replacement chargers. I’m a little ashamed.”
[Mom: “Maybe they’re trying to tell me to use my electronics less.”]
These are the dog’s first offenses, but she’s only 9 months old. The bunny is a repeat offender and has been at it for 3 years.
Even though Confetti isn’t a dog, she still has no shame in clearing a room.
This is Pudgy, our three year old (prairie) dog. Every day he climbs into the fireplace and we have to dust him off.
“I keep going into the fireplace and get covered in soot. I am a bad prairie dog.”
Haley is our Golden Dojo Loach who enjoys nothing more than laying on her favorite plant.
The first time she did it we thought she died! Luckily she’s just a lazy fish.
This is Brandy. She wants to come inside, but she is afraid of the cat. They usually get along fine, but no one wants to wake Mister up as he is a cranky cat when awoken. And eighteen pounds of cranky is nothing to be sneezed at.
Matilda lets the big ginger cat, who lives in the house behing us, bully her. Yesterday he chased her across the garden and she had to cower by the back door until rescued. She is ashamed on behalf of her whole species.
Luna, our 160 pound Great Dane is scared of our little 8 pound cat, Cisco. This photo was taken when I called Luna for breakfast and she didn’t come. I found her unwilling to walk by the cat on the stairs … even to come get her breakfast.