What a cute trio. I think the grey and white has a funny expression.
Yes, he does! :)
"Double, double toil and trouble;" . . . lolWell actually they all look a bit human to me . . . :)
Makes me wonder about the humans you hang with! haha.
They look comfy and content, for sure.
Yes, they do! That's their favorite spot on the kitchen rug in front of the heater vent. :)
Gosh, there are so many captions I could think of looking at Charcoal's expression. Makes me laugh!
Isn't he funny? He makes me laugh every day.
I hope you and yours had a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and are having a very HAPPY NEW YEAR. May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to its home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.
Hi, Jerry. Sure, you can include my header on your site. Thanks and I hope your year has gotten off to a good start, too!
Thank you so very much for giving permission. You can see your linked header under All, Daily Life, Land/Sea/Skyscapes, Pets, Photography and the United States. If you could say something (preferably good) about SiteHoundSniffs.com here and there, we would greatly appreciate it.
preferably good...haha....yes, I'll try my best. :)
Jerry, I visited, found my link and lots of other interesting blogs..some I recognized from years ago! Really great! However, I couldn't find any place to comment! Help!
SiteHoundSniffs is a regular website--not a blog. So, there is no place to leave comments--except in the form of an email through the contact link in the header and footer. Be assured that I love to receive good comments, but I would much rather admirers send money--lots and lots of money. (LOL?)
Oh, I see....I thought you were asking for comments, but I see you say 'hear and there' and not on the site itself! :) Money you say? Well.....
Grayson says sending puppy treats would work even better than money. In fact, he just gave me a severe verbal reprimand for not asking for the right thing in the first-place. Sigh.
...and with a human expression, no doubt!
I love it! Our Oliver also has human expressions - usually disdain and disgust!
Aw, I miss Oliver! You need to make a visit with your camera!
Hi Betsy - they are all brilliant - just love them ... a great trio - thanks so much - cheers Hilary
This trio does like to hang out together. So cute!
We have a friend with Chinese short hairs and OMG, their expressions just crack me up! Fred, Ethel and Little Ricky. Mostly disdain. ;) You have sweet expressions to enjoy! blessings ~ tanna
Oh, I love their names....how hilarious!
lol they sure can make quite the expression indeedJust never know what shall take seed
Some just normal cat facesbut others express happiness and disgraces.Look more like people than notSure makes me laugh a lot!
I've always said, animals have feelings too, so why not the ability to express them. We can see them if we are looking for them. I had a dog that was so expressive you could almost read her mind. I miss her very much. I bet they keep you laughing sometimes too.
Aw...your dog sounds like she was a wonderful pet!
I think animals all have feelings and feel pain, disappointment and loneliness; more or less, just like you and I do. I also know that plants have feelings and there have been studies about this because it seems too much to believe. However, a team of scientists, worked in a lab with two pots of flowers that were identical and the staff sometimes talked to the plants and always took care of their physical needs. Then, one day, instead of the staff just leaving as was the habit, at the end of the work day, on the way out, one of the employees grabbed one of the flowers and tore it from its pot and ripped off some leaves and flowers and threw the whole thing on the floor as he left. Looking back at the plants there was no visible signs of distress. But they had hooked the one plant up with a lie detector clamps on their leaves; and the next day they came in and played the tapes and the man who had torn up the plant came in and the plants went crazy in their pots. They felt the man was going to tear them up as he had the other one. They feared him. Somehow they recognized him. Read some of the studies: https://www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0,,-83446,00.html
Wow...that is an amazing story! Thanks for sharing! I'll continue to show my plants some love, just so they know I care about them! :)
I think dogs have more human expressions, but some cats will amaze you.
Haha...well, dogs use their whole bodies to be expressive, don't they? So funny....you never have to wonder about them like you do with cats.
They make me almost want a cat. Nooottt! What cuties they are, though. Nice capture!
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