Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Postscript


The war appears to be over

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  1. The battle perhaps....but never the war.

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  2. I think it is a comfortable truce.

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  3. Until tomorrow !

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. I have a frequent overnight French Bulldog visitor who torments the cat whenever I am not looking. He is a puppy and I try to keep him away from the cat and introduce him on occasion while I have control. Did you just let them go at it?

    With regards to the other post about the dog, I too do not 100% trust my dog (s). I always keep control of them and hate it when kids run and move into the dogs face or chase them. I always said about my chocolate lab that he wouldn;t hurt a fly, but he once growled at me. I later found out he was very sick and in pain, so maybe that is why. That convinced me that NO dog is 100%

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    1. Chania
      Good for you ....I always knew you were a responsible dog owner x

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  5. It might just be a temporary truce for the benefit of the paparazzi. As soon as the cameras are gone, it'll be bedlam.

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  6. Albert is avoiding eye contact...

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  7. PHEW! But if I were Winifred I'd keep my eyes wide open!!

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  8. Judging by my black moggy I would say you are definitively wrong. A truce might have been called, but the war will continue...

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  9. Winifred is not stupid. She knows who is top dog.

    U

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  11. Dream on! As others have said before me - it's only a truce.

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  12. Albert looks like he is in the prime location - Is he nearest the fire?

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  13. War is never over with a cat. Sleep with one eye open. Advise your dogs to do the same.

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  14. This looks promising. I hope they've got it all sorted.

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  15. Looks like they are just taking a short break, sizing each other up for a rainy day, ha ha ha.

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  16. And the love-hate relationship continues? Or hate-tolerate?

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  17. I do wish my cat would be friendlier with the dogs; they would like him to be!

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  18. Left to their own devices and knowing that they have to share a territory, animals will usually find a happy medium and a level playing field.

    Of course that doesn't mean to say that a cat is not entitled to a swipe as an irreverent dog goes by :-)

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  19. Winifred looks like she's about to put a friendly paw out & Alfred has his weapon at the ready !

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  20. Each is thinking "What an odd-looking creature!" (And they are both right.)

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  21. The paw is aimed ready to slap!

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  22. The paw is aimed ready to slap!

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  23. Hopefully an everlasting peace can be had...

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  24. Those cat ears say otherwise.

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  25. I remember visiting my Great Uncle's farm in Italy several years ago. He had a rather large dog who terrorized the family cat, chasing her up trees all throughout the day. At night however, the cat would curl up and sleep on top of the dog. Once they awakened, and after their morning meal, the role playing would once again commence. I couldn't believe it!

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  26. They look as if they are old pals.

    Love,
    Janie

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  27. Don't you believe it - just remind yourself of how the British and the Germans played football on Christmas Day one year during the First World War.

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  28. I think Win is cruelly misunderstood. Despite her looks, she's a lover not a fighter.....not unlike myself.....

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