These furry Cats should get the award for the best jumping attempts. We have put a list together of the top jumping attempts by cats. Enjoy! This is pretty impressive no matter what the result. Neck to neck! But the brown one wins! What the… Easy enough… Yes, he caught the fly. Almost the best idea ever. Hmm, this looks low enough. Mmmm Sushi! Oh I’ll just go this way. O.K. so you just push with your legs? Watch me! Oh This is gonna hurt… lol I can fly, oh maybe not… And our number one jump goes to “The Perfect Landing” Hope you liked it, be sure to share!
Can you imagine being left from the one most important person in the world to you? Then locked up in a cold cage to sleep on the concrete. If you ever had a dog, than you know how hard that would be. The post I found today is so awesome because it simply shows the happiness a dog feels when it’s with loving people after such a difficult situation. These happy and appreciated faces are dogs from the local pet shelter as they enter the car with their new owner. Check out this article to see the rest. Dogs leaving the shelter Great post, it will make your day, promise!
The facts about Mountain Goats – Wiki The mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus), also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is a large-hoofed mammal found only in North America. Despite its vernacular name, it is not a member of Capra, the genus that includes the wild goat, Capra aegagrus, from which the domestic goat is derived. A subalpine to alpine species, it is a sure-footed climber commonly seen on cliffs and ice. The myths – Wiki In Greek mythology, a satyr (UK /?sæt?/, US /?se?t?r/, Greek ??????? satyros, pronounced [sátyros]) is one of a troop of male companions of Pan and Dionysus with goat-like (caprine) features, including a goat-tail, goat-like ears, and sometimes a goat-like phallus. In Roman Mythology there is a similar concept with goat-like features, the faun being half-man, half-goat. Greek-speaking Romans often use the Greek term saturos when referring to the Latin faunus, and eventually syncretize the two. The female “Satyresses” were a late invention of poets — that roamed the woods and mountains. In myths they are often associated with pipe-playing.
1. Don’t come home smelling of other dogs. 2. You must me every good thing you eat. 3. Never call me or lead me to a bath. 4. Let me go outside even though I just came it. 5. I can sleep anywhere I want even if you trip over me. 6. Don’t shhh me for barking, I am just doing my job. 7. Don’t move me in the middle of the bed, you have plenty of room on the edge. 8. Don’t try to leave the room without me. 9. If it lands of the floor it’s mine! 10. You never will pee alone every again.