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I asked My Friends How They Relate to Their 2 legged Friends

In our daily lives we discuss things about our somewhat non-essential human counterparts.  I know we need / use them to take care of our daily needs and interests.  I asked some of my friends to describe how they interact with their 2 legged friends

It’s our world and they just happen to live in it.  However, we are in control. (Yes.. We can Spell)

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3 comments on “I asked My Friends How They Relate to Their 2 legged Friends

  1. Serial Killer, you sure have a lot of friends. I wish I had some friends (Skeeter still doesn’t like me), but no one will let me out of the yard to make any. I have noticed a real differance in the way cats and dogs think. Cats view their people as servants and dogs view their people as something to be served. I might try some cat thinking and see what happens, although I don’t think knocking things off shelves would be a good start. I particularly relate to your friends that chew up toilet paper and boxes. My mistress keeps the bathroom door shut now and all boxes go outside before I can get to them.

  2. ha ha ha too funny. Loved it. You know I read somewhere and I dont know where that shaming these animals would cause physiological and emotional trauma to the pets. I gotta find the article because I could not believe what I was reading

    • I think that might be true Joe. Last time I chewed up a spray bottle my mistress followed me around the house pointing her finger at me and saying “Bad Dog” and putting the chewed thing in my face. I think I am traumatized. I wanted to hide under the bed like Skeeter does, but I couldn’t fit.

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