Listening for the intruder
El Paso, Texas
October 30, 2016 8:44pm CST
Ally seems to know that cats can be very dangerous. Mom's cats seem to know that Ally fears them. Now Ally spends a lot of time listening for the footfalls of one of those two intruders .... mostly it's Max that gets into our room. Isn't it funny that we always hear about dogs chasing cats yet when you come right down to it they don't want to face a cat? Well, would you want to face an angry cat?
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• United States
31 Oct 16
the pup here don't chase cats, sadly the same can't be said fer the neighbors pup - he don't fear e'en'n angry cat. a diff'rence 'f bein' raised with 'em i reckon? then 'gain, i'd a persian 'n a pup who found their way here 'bout the same age. thicker'n thieves, those 2. ate together, slept together, played together. 'til one day i arrived home with cat hair all o'er the back yard'n blood all o'er that pups face :(
• El Paso, Texas
31 Oct 16
That's so odd, my pups have never turned on their kitties. But I have seen feral cats corner a husky in a neighbors back yard, the pup was about 3 yrs old and was curled up in a corner of the yard with his nose buried in his paws. At the time I thought it was funny but if it happened today I'd want to help the dog.
@rebelann rebelann, when I had my dog and we went out for our walks. I say that because she always walked me and not the other way around. I got a good workout. She would see cats and want to chase them, but, I would rein her in and tell her she does not have to do that because she has her own cat at home.