Post # 1
Stew has this squeaky football that is his FAVORITE toy, but it is also super annoying at night so we don’t generally let him have it at bed time. Last night he snuck it in the room and we were too lazy to throw it in the hall so my husband just put it in the basket at the end of our bed figuring that he wouldn’t know where it was.
About 5 min later we here weird noises coming from the foot of the bed so I turned a lamp on, and see he had sniffed it out, and jumped up onto our cedar chest to go after it… but then he was stuck.
Like… he just didn’t know what to do from there except stare at it and bark. He didn’t try to reach over the top. He didn’t take the obvious route and just knock the basket down. He just stared. And barked. And occasionally he would try to dig down into the cedar chest next to the basket… as though he thought that his football was stuck in some impenetrable prison and he had to tunnel it out. For like 10 min until I gave up and gave it to him. It’s a good thing he’s cute bc he is definitely not smart!!
Relatedly… this is the face our cat makes when he barks:
Milo is not amused by the noise.
It’s monday morning folks and I think we could all use our weekly dose of funny pet pics… so have at it! Your pets, your friends’ pets, or even lolpets. 🙂
Post # 3
🙁 The pictures aren’t showing up!
I definitely understand the sentiment though – our dog is certainly not the brightest crayon in the box (although I don’t have cute, embaressing pictures to document this fact).
Post # 4
Hmm… they show up for me so I don’t know why they don’t for you. I just deleted them and re-added them…. are they visible now?
(p.s. why is wb so buggy lately?!?)
Post # 5
@CorgiTales: They’re working now! And your cat makes AWESOME faces! 🙂
Post # 6
Aw, cute. Our dog always seems to know where his toys are too.. but never knows how to get them. I think he was doing a toy inventory last week and just went around the house.. whining where ever his toys were that were out of his reach until I found them for him.
Post # 7
Oh, I can relate. I love my Ace dearly, but he definitely got hit with the stupid stick a couple times before we got him.
This is him the other night. He is too much like a two year old to go lay down in his crate where it is dark and possibly miss something going on. Instead he sticks his head under the table/blanket/pillow/whatever is available. This also means, when he does hear something going on he is banging his head on the table trying to get out.
Post # 8
@floridabride12: lol that is too funny! ive never seen a dog who cared about sleeping in the dark 🙂
Post # 9
MY cat Frank definitely has a disability. He just doesn’t understand a lot of the time. He tries to copy what the other cats do but he always needs to practice. He can also be tricked real easily. Its so weird because cats are usually SO smart! Here he is..
Post # 11
The first one is one I took while my cat was yawning and stretching, the second one was of him in my son’s old car seat…The look on his face is funny to me…he is the laziest cat ever haha!
Post # 13
@CorgiTales: Haha, he has a very strick bed-time of 10:00 pm and if the lights are still on after that he makes sure to let us know he isn’t pleased. lol
Post # 14
Our younger dog just turned a year a few months ago, so she’s still a super excitable little thing. Now that it’s spring her excitement works more than her eyes and she’s run excitedly into a screen or glass door several times trying to join people outside or inside or chase a bug.
Post # 15
Here is my cat, Lucy, after she got a bath
Post # 16
@missyjane77: Look at that face!! Oh my goodness, she’s adorable!