Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Dogs... gotta love 'em.

Notice that the cat isn't even in the scene ...



jan said...

That could be my pack whenever i go to the bathroom. They are convinced there is a back door.

sue hanes said...

Cube - The cat isn't even concerned about whether the master is coming back or not.
Dogs are the worriers. This is a good one.

Sandee said...

The cat is relaxing and napping. The cat will worry when it's food is all gone and the litter box is full. The dogs worry about everything. Love this.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

cube said...

Jan: I know. I get the same reaction at my house. And, every time I go out to get the laundry from the garage, they act as though I've been gone for days. Dogs!

cube said...

Sue Hanes: You're right, but I still love me my kitties.

Jans Funny Farm said...

We canines don't let Jan out the door before we're whining the same things. Humans shouldn't oughta leave, even for a minute.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I've been petless for two years. Nice after having pets for 65 years.

silly rabbit said...

This is Roxy in a nutshell. And like your dogs, she celebrates our arrivals, even if its only to move the water hose and return.

I must admit, it is wonderful to come home to such a joyfilled greeting. But you do have to love cats for their personalities.

Trekkie4Ever said...

The cat could careless, because the human is their servant, they are king/queen of the castle. No worries.

The dogs, well, that picture says it all.

Playful Kitty said...

You're right. A cat wouldn't be sitting at the door waiting for their human. A cat would have found the human's absence to be the perfect time to sleep on the human's pillow.

Unknown said...

According to my welcome every time I get home, I think my two pups have this conversation every time I leave. Love it and no, the cat does not worry. He lets that up to the dogs :)

Granny Annie said...

My daughter's dog (long haired dachshund) dug a trench in my carpet under the door between my living room and office in the short time we were out to dinner.

My son's dog (a Great Dane) ate half the wall in the guest room.

I guess my granddogs fear they are going to be left with me:)

Alan G said...

Just happened across your blog this morning and absolutely loved the cartoon. Just had to say thanks for sharing... :) said...

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