Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The Heartbreak of Infidelity

This is Jon Schnow, the 15-week-old puppy of one of the Human's colleagues. He came to school with his Dad today. He is a Mini-Schnauzer. He is adorable. He is friendly. And playful. And he doesn't has claws and he doesn't draw blood when he bites. The Human fell in lurve.

And where's the challenge in having him as a pet, I ask you? So boring and predictable. Phffft.


  1. So, what you're saying is the challenge would be like having a second human to deal with.

    And at least you don't have to *walk* the first human.

  2. Spitty, I will tell you that my human mostly likely have been immune to this guy... she seriously is not into dogs. At all. No matter how charming they are. Mainly likes them from a distance, where she can't smell them and they can't get their saliva on her.

  3. Not just boring and predictable, Spitty - they're just so eager to please and so very very needy. Always looking for reassurance and loving. They're also animals of very little brain - by and large. You can not have a deep philosophical discussion with a woofie. (And they don't use litter trays either! Most unhygienic!)

    So, I grant you that he is probably adorable and friendly, but ... oh so not worth it. I think it's only Humans who lack ambition who find themselves in a dog's employ. Your Human - God bless her - is clearly aiming high. (Not achieving high, mind, but points for aspiration.)

    Sydney, Australia

  4. I live wif THREE of those terrierist things.

  5. I agree, he does look cute and cuddly, but what is life without a challenge!

  6. Spitty, you must express your disgust with a well placed pee- on whatever smells like the dog.

  7. Dogs have owners, cat have staff, Spitty! And don't let your momma forget it for ONE SINGLE MOMENT!

  8. I agree with you Spitty! Phffft! There's a D-O-G that lives in my house. Doggies have ODORS, drool, splash water from their bowl everywhere, and shed lots! Tell your human. Tee hee hee! Hugs! -Valentine (& Mom) of Noir Kitty Mews

  9. Spitty, as my Mommy says, who does she come home to?


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