• Precious, not having read Newton's Third Law, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction," was having a difficult time understanding why she couldn't push over the ladder to keep the dog out . . .                 

Newton’s Third Law

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The Kill Command

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  • While wearing her tiny "Mexican" party hat, Her Royal Fuzziness, The Princess Buttercup, saw on TV that one of the freshman senators claimed the world was ending in 12 years.  She wondered if that was human years or dog years . . .

Just Wondering

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  • Purrfect's friends at school teased her for carrying her tail high and forward, said she looked line a Siberian Husky.  The DNA test revealed she was, in fact, part Husky; she was the rare and elusive Hus-Kitty . . .


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The Cat

The dog had a name and got to come in and be with people.  The cat wasn’t called by any name, she was just the “cat.”  She didn’t get to come in either–some nonsense about “allergies.” Her lawyer suggested suing the dog for alienation of affection.

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Just Grin and Bear It

Bruce (pictured) had always wanted to be a bear; in fact, until he went to school and learned otherwise, he really did think he was a bear.  After reading a self help book that kept repeating, “You can be what you want to be if you want it bad enough,” Bruce tried to do the bear-like thing & catch fish for dinner. He thought his owner empowered him when he said to “just grin and bear it . . .”

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