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2012-06-09 07:50:01 AM  
Cats toying with their food. Haven't we all done that at one point or another?
2012-06-09 09:22:40 AM  
Looked to me like the cats were indifferent or mostly playing. The dogs were more serious and usually more aggressive. But it probably had to be that way, the dogs were out-sized and out-weighed by at least 2-3 times so they needed to work harder to try and keep things balanced.
But if the lions and tigers wanted to get serious, it would be over for the dogs pretty quickly, they just did not have the numbers on their side or a place to escape to like in the wild.
2012-06-09 09:26:29 AM  
It seems obvious they probably grew up around one another . . . and what Silves said.
2012-06-09 09:35:04 AM  

LeglessDog: It seems obvious they probably grew up around one another . . . and what Silves said.

Yeah. Also, the lions and tigers didn't look fully grown. Different story then...

Dog haz steak? Dog is the steak... Nom nom nom...
2012-06-09 09:52:40 AM  
That canine looked very similar to an overgrown pug. Maybe she fed them from the tit. Hell, if she raised them as her own from when they were kittens, the know who momma is.

My dog is the same. Cocker Spaniel that is 16 years old, if you bring a pup around her she brings them in and treats them as they were hers. Oh, and she may be old but will still put a dog bigger than her back in its place. She does not take shiat from bigger dogs.
2012-06-09 09:57:17 AM  
Watch out for mass hysteria.

/Prison life is a hard life.
2012-06-09 10:43:33 AM  
don't feed the cats for a while, let's see the follow up vid.
2012-06-09 10:55:46 AM  
Couldn't see the all the great logos, too much distracting shiat in the background.
2012-06-09 11:21:31 AM  
Don't judge my dog!
2012-06-09 11:33:24 AM  
The dogs look like Akitas, a "primitive" dog (near wolf) that is notorious for its cat killing instinct.

Maybe raising them this way will put the fear of cats into the breed, that is if any survive to reproduce.
2012-06-09 03:55:38 PM  
The narrator sure is no David Attenborough.
2012-06-09 05:28:31 PM  
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Doubt Baxter is impressed.
2012-06-09 05:41:20 PM  
"Don't play with your food, Tony."

"But they're grrrrrrrrreat!"
2012-06-09 06:05:56 PM  
I don't blame it really, Duran Duran has been out of style for quite a long time now.
2012-06-10 09:16:39 AM  
wild9: That canine looked very similar to an overgrown pug.

HairBolus: The dogs look like Akitas

They're Kangal dogs (or perhaps Anatolian Shepherds, which is a Kangal dog with enough mutt in it that it stops breeding true to type). They use them in Turkey to kill wolves and bears. I have one, used to have two.

They're very tough dogs, but my money's going on the lion if there's a real fight.
2012-06-10 11:38:41 PM  
I have one of these dogs, Anatolian Shepherd. She's a sweetie and the lion's would probably destroy her
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2012-06-11 11:09:07 AM  
Get out of my house, subby.
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