Dogs annoying cats with friendship
I’ve been watching this on average 5 times a day for the past few weeks. That’s all.
Spent some time with these goons yesterday. Tommy, the fluff ball, sings in the car and really should be on wheels with a handle. Monkey Boy you’ve met before. He’s still an Ewok.
I look at the Battersea Dogs Home website regularly. Barny has been there for months. His best mate, Robin, also a young lurcher and chasing him in that photo, is at the home too.
Oh Barney. You’re my type of dog. I can see you with a red neckerchief on, tongue lolling from your big grin, charging through the woods, chasing rabbits. I love you so hard. We would be such happy hobos together.
Adam and Dog, nominated for the Academy Award. Watch it.
Beautiful. Also dog. Dog dog dog.
“Dogs in Cars,” by Keith Hopkin; the music is by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. I used to be in a band with their keyboardist, Peggy Wang, in high school, and we were as good as it got at the time and place.
The worst thing that happens to you when you learn to drive is that you start looking forward out of cars, even when you’re a passenger; you start driving every car you’re in, instead of losing yourself in the landscape, however dull or empty or repetitive it may be, as you did when you were a child. The games I used to invent with electrical wires and clouds! I would like to no longer seek control; I would like to forget how to drive.
Thanks to Benjamin Hilts for this!
So great. Happy dogs make me feel happy!