Kitten: "Get away from me, you little terror pup!"
Puppy: "I don't know what smaller means."
Puppy: "Tell me, what does it mean? Tell me."
Puppy (out of breath): "What do you mean I can't bite you between the legs?"
Meanwhile, hiding in the shadows . . .
Kitten: "Let go of my thigh, you tiny dog!"
Kitten:"Boo hoo, you want your mommy now?"
Kitten: "I hope Twinkie trains this puppy asap. I'm at the end of my rope."
This concludes today's post of funny dog pictures (with a kitten at the bottom).
Some of you have been asking about the kittens' claws. None of our cats or kittens have been declawed nor will they ever be. Not only is declawing cats inhumane, their claws are their only means of protection if they accidentally venture outdoors. Cats need their claws to climb trees to escape predators and to use them as weapons. However, our kittens' claws do get trimmer regularly, and especially before the introduction of a new pack or tribe member for added safety. Most significantly, the cats and the kittens do not use their nails when play-fighting. Believe me, Twinkie Maria Conchita Rosalinda Alejandra Villanueva de la Ybarra y de Van Twinkerson, there's not a single scratch on that puppy! Frankly, I'm more concerned about the rest of us.