Sunday Palate Cleanser

Look at that heroic dog herding jerks. Also: DUCKIES!!!

(Hat tip: Scissorhead Purplehead)

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6 Responses to Sunday Palate Cleanser

  1. FelineMama says:

    “This is the most Humiliating job I’ve ever had !! No doubt !!! I’m suppose to herd cattle, sheep & the like. But look at me!! Get my Union rep on the phone !!!!!”

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  2. sos says:

    I hope the farmer isn’t planning on fattening those ducks up. That herder is running them ragged.

    Plus, also, too the point seems(?) to be get everything as muddy as possible.


  3. “Oh you want us to get in the water???!!! Why not just ask us, yah control freak! We’re ducks! We’d have done it willingly!!!”


  4. donnah says:

    That’ll do, dog, that’ll do.


  5. CalicoJack says:

    Howdy y’all!

    I had a border collie back in the 70’s. He was a great dog. We also had five cats. That dog would regularly pin all five cats down in the backyard. You’d be sitting in the kitchen and then hear a low growl that cats make when they are really annoyed. You’d go out there and five cats would be crouched in the grass, tails twitching, muscles tense, low growl, and there Lucky’d be watching them with that insanely intense gaze that only border collie’s can muster. A cat would start to creep away, and Lucky would swing around and tag it. Another cat would start, and Lucky would get that one, too. Eventually, the cats would get enough distance between then that Lucky couldn’t get to ’em, and they’d make a break for it. That dog loved that game. The cats, not so much.


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  6. Mary Ellen Sandahl says:

    Ducks should be in water. Period.
    Things should be where they’re supposed to be. Period.
    Our dog is half pug and half beagle, not a herding neuron in his brain, but he knows this Precept of Universal Law as well as any collie. Irregularities must be rectified. Our lives are not our own.


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