1. von Hindenburg says:

    There’s a whole second loop on the canine chart where they happily discovered that they just produced something that might be food and attempt to eat it again while their human tries in horror to stop them.

    • Dan says:

      What’s more, they can produce something that might be food from either end.

      “I am a magical food-making machine!”

  2. Charles Louis de Secondcat, Baron de La Brèed et de Montemeow says:

    Not a single word about *playing* with one’s food. Not even a note about leaving your food by other people’s doors in the futile hope that you will teach them how to properly feed themselves.

    How vulgar.

  3. Joseph Moore says:

    As a child, we had a cat and a dog who got along like cats and dogs. The runty little dog would beg for food anytime anyone went to the kitchen.

    One day, I tested him by giving him more and more marginal food, until finally I threw him a lump of clay.

    He dutifully caught it in his mouth, then spit it out, and gave me a look. “Here kitty kitty kitty“ I said. He promptly ate it up.


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