I bet Muffin brings this sign with her to the park.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Dennis Cole)
Hell, YESSS! “Cats Only” allowed here.
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For shame. What’s next, separate water bowls?
Cats can read? (As well as tRump, anyhow – pictographs.) And, he ACED IT!
Wait……..is that a vestige of thumb I see, emerging from his R paw? Oh, dear.
I, for one, salute and heartily welcome our new Feline Overlords!
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My cat could; he just refused to do so as it would be giving in to “the man.”
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Many cat actions are motivated that way. Also “the woman”. Nightly in nice weather, my jefe Jingle keeps me up to date on who has agency about, say, when it’s time to come in for dinner, and who does not. The sight of the fluffy grey backside, tail aloft, disappearing into the thorny thicket by the back door puts me in my proper slot.
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What A smart Feline. Gives me ideas!!
Oh my…I laughed so loudly that I scared my cat! Perfect!
Aw, too bad Max…mine, all mine.
Pictogram signage is best: everybody knows that dogs can’t read!
Don’t even think about throwing a frisbee!
“This is where I come to forget all the bad news of the day for a while.”
(Who said it?)
MD – I’ma say Opus, the famous featherless, flightless pinniped of Bloom County. Or Milo in the Dandelion Field. Nooooo, it was Frank the Custodian, up on the rooftop.
I was just think it was that car or it was me. Or maybe other visitors here.
But Bloom County? I’m ni good company.
I reckon we all feel that way about MPS & TG, so even if no one here said it, we know it. These are the things that are keeping me more or less sane in this crap time: my two hilarious kitties, my garden and yard, and MockPaperScissors.
Oh, and my daily four-mile walk near the river.
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