The ability of a dog to smell the imperceptible to humans has long been known; from carefully concealed drugs to signs of bowel cancer in excrement, but there’s more.
Well it would appear we are not the only creatures to seek a little light relief from Nature’s garden! I started to look into it and this is what I found – I think it’s very funny! It would appear there has been quite the party going on.
It would appear from the results of a recent study that dogs are in fact more intelligent than cats! The intelligence of dogs has evolved at a greater rate than the less social cat over millions of years, scientists at Oxford University have claimed.
Claire Sheenan for the March edition of the Seaside Gazette talks about fleas and eyebrow-raising dog trims.
Someone asked me the other day what my constant reference to ‘up the tree’ was. Outside our kitchen door is an almond tree, we nailed boards to it to make a platform so that the cats could be fed away from the dogs…
A friend of mine came over for a visit. She said I should tell you about the mentally deranged transference of personalities we have projected onto our animals and the names we call them… Come on; we all do it.
One of the things I love about writing this column is the title Martin gives it. I’m so tempted this month to name it but shall wait and see if he thinks the same. Ok, bit long winded but funny. Men don’t multitask?
Lovely, lovely weather! Having our yearly kennel overhaul before winter kicks in. Heating working, painted all the houses, put down new sand and fixed any holes in the fence. We replaced a whole section of fencing and built a wall. I was sat on a breezeblock rendering the wall, in the sun, having a moment.…
I went to have a shower the other day, as usual, only to find there was merely a dribble of water. I start shouting, “Chris, Chris, Chrrriiissssss,” Nothing. I get out get dressed and stagger up the back, can’t breathe, to find him by the water pressure pump. Having a Miss Marple moment I think…
Come and get your kittens, two for the price of one or maybe I should sell them by the kilo? Just kidding! They are all outside now, playing with naughty blades of dry grass daring to sway in the breeze.