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12 Comments

  1. What teamwork? The dog is ingratiating throughout and relies on the cat’s ingenuity. The cat does the brain work and the leg work, just like in anyone’s home.

  2. Dog = Adam/Eve
    Cat = Satan

    As Art says the cat is the instigator, i.e., the tempter of an otherwise faithful canine. I’m not an animal person but give me a dog any day.

  3. Much is written by Rebecca Taylor on her blog: Mary Meets Dolly about cloning, transgenderism and transhumanism, the removal of perfectly good body parts and replacement with bionic parts for better performance, or a more perfect soldier.
    I have just finished watching Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove or How to stop worrying and start loving the bomb. In the movie Dr. Strangelove’s bionic right arm has a mind and will apart from its owner and keeps trying to strangle him. It is very funny, but do not be deceived. Bionic body parts like Frankenstein have no soul. These bionic body parts are Abby Normal.

  4. Obviously this is a Union household. The Dog (Supervisor) watching the Cat (Worker) accomplish the task. Still just one job accomplished, but 2 “employees”.

  5. As Art says the cat is the instigator, i.e., the tempter of an otherwise faithful canine. I’m not an animal person but give me a dog any day.

    No. The cat has ingenuity, elegance, and provides entertainment in its very motion (but also in stillness – a cat does not mean, but be). The dog smiles and wags its tail (when it is not chasing cars, drinking from puddles, and harassing the postman).

  6. Art, the cat is the one with its fingerprints on the doorknob.

    Mary, I will drop Dr. Strangelove in the Netflix queue.

  7. Art, the cat is the one with its fingerprints on the doorknob.

    Those paw pads are gloriously sensitive and protected from all but intimates. And untreaceable.

  8. the cat is sending the dog in to insure that it is safe for the cat to enter. dog is the marines. cat is the army.

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