Man, that’s hard core. They got a German Shepard to guard the tree against the cat.
You know the War on Xmas is real, when you see a poor, innocent, defenseless Xmas tree locked up in a cage.
And just to let you know, this is in questionable taste, IMHO, when there are untold thousands and thousands of refugee children locked up during these holidays. I wouldn’t have mentioned it, but the thought struck me, and I felt like telling you how I feel about it.
That is all. Carry on.
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I was trying to come up with a joke (“This must be at the border!”; “The war on Christmas is getting icy!”); “The shepard’s name is Schultz, he sees nothing!” but the jokes just aren’t funny.
That said, you expect unquestionable taste? I don’t think that exists anywhere in these times.
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Judging from the spacing of the wires in the cage, our 4 fuzzers would be climbing to the top, and over onto the tree top, in nothing flat! And – they’d make certain that German Shepherd had no say in the venture. “Hey, Rin-Tin-Tin – Meowy Christmas!”
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Thinkin’ the same thing. Is there fencing across the top? Hmmm. Me thinks Whiskers & friends would have NO problem in ‘Keeping with their appointed rounds” !!!
I know the look on that poor doggos face: “Y Yu No Let Me Play With Tree?? Yu Mean, Hoomin!”
That said this is and example of my usual daily encounter with a GSD, so I might just be a wee bit biased…
That tree is obviously a CANADIAN spruce tree trying to sneak across the border and take the job of some hard working Oregon spruce tree. We need a wall dammit.
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