Pets: A Photographic Study

fat on a hot tin roof I call this one Fat on a Hot Tin Roof.  Even though, you know, she’s on a towel on my bathroom floor.  Just work with me, people.

EdEd.  Really, what more can I say about this one?

spot the horse  Here’s one for the kiddos.  I call it Spot the Horse.

footprints of stupidityThis is my favorite:  Footprints of Stupidity. 

My original intent was to post this photo with a rip off of that Footprints  poem, but I thought that might be a bit of sacrilege.   Okay, okay, I just have too many other things to do and don’t want to take the time right now to rip it off. 

Anyway, not to worry.  The dogs are still alive and the pond is actually frozen pretty solid right now (I hope).  I still think they are the most stupid animals on earth to be walking across it, and, consequently, they are spending more time than they’d like enjoying the interior of our garage.   I’d have McH run invisible fence line around the perimeter of the pond but, A. The ground is rather frozen solid; and B. I don’t want to hear Jake barking at he pond 24 hours a day for the rest of the winter.

I swear all these animals are going to be the death of me.

That will make an interesting picture.

And George, if you’re out there, Tewt the Newt says hello.

3 thoughts on “Pets: A Photographic Study

  1. Ed is gorgeous, as I’m sure you know I’d say. And yes, your dogs are utter morons. My childhood neighbor’s sheltie died in our pond one winter…(although I think a Newfie would be just fine, and Jake’s a big guy too).

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  2. “Fat on a Hot Tin Roof” and “Footprints of Stupidity” are my favorites not b/c I love the photos more than the others, but because I love the titles! I really do want to hear that poem, too.

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  3. I agree – I’m pretty sure dogs are the stupidest species on earth. All that talk about them being so smart is all myth, I think. What other species would eat cat sh*t but refuse to take a tiny pill that makes them less itchy? They have no instincts at all!

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