The way the dog tries for the neck and just finally gives up and grabs the whole head!
Aww the German shepherd pressing his nose on the next step, come in kitty now this one
"WHY THE FUCK IS HE TRYING TO BITE MY HEAD OFF"
"Oh, thanks. Here's a snuggle now I'm not afraid for my life"
We found a tiny kitten right before the weather got cold, it was so small it was still nursing but it was also emaciated and alone so we think the mother got killed by a car or dog. We took the kitty home and fed it but we were afraid our dog would harm her so we kept them apart at first. Turns out our dog adored the kitty. She would lick her clean, keep her from falling off things, and she kept on trying to carry her up and down the stairs but she couldn't get the hang of it, and it was distressing her so we put the kitty in a little sock-sweater with a handle on the back and our dog would carry her around like a kitten-purse. They're still best buds.
I love how dogs are like that. I had a puppy and an older dog that had this relationship. The mother was watching the pup one day trying to catch a fly. The pup tried for a while and the mom just got tired of watching.
The answer? She caught the fly and spit it out in front of the pup with a "There, now be quiet" look.
Good boi recognizes signs of confusion and altitude fatigue and uses unorthodox method to help junior climber achieve summit.
'Ok let's learn how to climb! Yep, like that. One step at a time. No don't stop. Hmm. You're really slow. Yeah this isn't working, allow me.'
Oh my goodness, that is the most adorable kitten I’ve ever seen.
Also, doggy has a seriously stylin collar
Ok I have a question, is it safe that he carried it form the head? Like what about the body weight isn't that dangerous to the neck?
I remember holding Rabbits form their ears because I thought it doesn't hurt them but then I was told that it is totally wrong to carry Rabbits by their ears. So what about this one?