There’s a lot of love in that picture. Also, a lot of napping.
I see no mass hysteria here, therefor this must be Photoshopped.
I am probably over-reading animal expressions, but there might be a hint of “you see what I have to put up with” going on in the photo as well. Also: “Quit taking pictures of us so we can go back to napping. If you’re not going to feed us, that is. But I’m not interested enough to actually get up, moving my head slightly is quite enough thank you at this point.”
Dog: Dude. WTF. Put that camera down already. Don’t you have some zombies to kill or something?
Cat: Is he doing it again? Let me get my claws out.
Sigh… I wish the quality was good enough to scan and post, but one of my fave pics i ever took was of my german shepard and the cat he brought home while it was still a tiny kitten. Up until he died, when ever he sprawled out on the ground or the porch or where ever, she would climb up on his back… walk around a couple times, and lay down on him. They would stay that way the whole time they were napping. She never let us get near her, but she followed him around all day every day, ate from the same dish, and more or less wandered around lost after he died.
The cat is saying, “look, I got the dog under my power, do you REALLY want to test me today human?” The dog, obviously a zombie under the control of the cat, has his tongue partially out in a dumb and expressionless gaze, helpless to resist the evil emanating from the cat.
I think I want their job…
Laziness is the bridge between species. When my three cats and one dog are tired enough, they’ll ALL climb in my bed and go to sleep. Usually with me and my wife in the bed too. Thank goodness we bought the king bed instead of the queen.
#7: My husband and I have a king bed as well, and it’s juuust big enough to accomodate the two of us and our three cats. The other day I woke up with a cat on either side of me, so I was effectively pinned in place, and a cat on top of my head (he likes my king pillows). The cat on my right was screaming at me to get up and feed him, but didn’t immediately grasp the concept that if he didn’t move, I couldn’t get up.
That looks suspiciously like cake on the plate on the table in the background. Was there a bribe involved in this photo shoot?
Where’s the fire and brimstone?
Awwww, thank you for that photo. That was much needed after work today.
Is Daisy allowed on the furniture? Or to ask in a different way, is Zeus hogging the chair or is he lording his privilege over the rabble?
Why do I get the impression that all hell is about to break loose ?
“There’s a lot of love in that picture. Also, a lot of napping.”
And a dog giving you the raspberries. Perfect. :-D
Also, a lot of dumb.
Except when you catch her tearing around the yard, Daisy always puts on the “sad puppy” look when you snap a pic. Is she a natural martyr or just hates having her pic taken?
Nice shot. Are you working hard at that new camera or does it pretty much set itself? Anyway, nice results.
I think Daisy looks like she’s weary of being the subject of your posts! LOL Her facial expression is priceless. “Oh my God, do you HAVE to show everyone that I consort with cats?”
Dogs and cats living together in harmony? Next there will be gay marriage… oh, wait…
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