Sorry I didn't post a topic yesterday, but I actually went back to bed after waking up early (again) and slept late! So, I had no time to post before work. This morning, I also slept late, until 12! So, hopefully I'll be feeling better and catching up even more on sleep. This past week was ROUGH.
Topic today: I want to hear about pet partnerships and play. What do two of your pets do together that is funny...or strange....or just wild!
Picture on top is Alice's cats, of whom she says, "The first picture is Herbie the Love Bug (aka Thumper, Miki) and Scootie on the cat condo. They like to nap on it with Scootie on the highest platform and Herbie on the next one down. Herbie also like the little round room."
My cats love their condo, though it's not as elaborate as Alice's. Those two are best buddies and the game I love to watch them play is hide and seek. Catfish will see Tarzan coming from the distance, so he hides and waits and loves to pounce on him, scaring him. It's hilarious. Tarzan does it to Catfish as well too.
Scooter and Zoe will wrestle, but not as much as they did in earlier days. Picture is of Scooter actually playing with Peanut! Peanut is usually too shy, but they will run around and chase each other in the yard.
Now, the funniest thing I've seen lately that two pets do together was something I witnessed last night. I've seen female dogs "hump" other dogs--male and female alike. My dogs have done this and they are all spayed or neutered. So, last night, a female dog named Lucy, decides to hump her housemate, Charlie. But, instead of the usual where the humper will face the same way as the humpee, Lucy decided to have some fun in the opposite direction as Charlie lied on the floor chewing a toy. Get my drift? I had NEVER seen dogs play that way before--it was a hoot.
I'll let some other Pet People fill in the details, as you all know who I am talking about. I went for a visit on my dinner break from work last night, as I found out they live very close. Thanks for the pizza! It was nice to go back to work with a full stomach.
posted by Sandy at 6/16/2007 02:12:00 PM