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1089 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 01 Sep 2020 at 5:02 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-01 5:23:43 PM  
Doggis = de best.
 
2020-09-01 5:56:11 PM  
Okay for whatever reason I thought the human had died and had recorded this video for her doggo and nearly tumbled into a blubbering blubber of blub.  She's just on a trip and doggo is biatching that she didn't take 'em.
 
2020-09-01 8:55:26 PM  
Baby talking to animals is like farting: it's really, really annoying when other people do it.
 
2020-09-01 9:42:59 PM  
When I go out of town, the CAT-5:

1. Dresden: Starts by smacking Mr. Bobug on the head, at every opportunity, because it's HIS fault I'm gone. Progresses to 10 minutes, walking around the house, screaming... about once an hour.
2. Agi: Sleeps on my pillow, progressing to getting into my drawers to sleep on my bras
3. Ushi: Avoids Mr. Bobug for a few days, then does a walk of shame for a minute or two of attention a day.
4. Mo: Walks around, wailing, when not sleeping or eating.
5. Major Mess: Hears my voice on the phone and comes RUNNING, then tries to dig me out of the phone.

Animals like their people. That's how it should be.
 
2020-09-01 10:50:45 PM  
Aw, hell.  The dog was just pissed the weird-talking tiny hooman was interrupting his nap time.
 
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