that aint no scaredy cat
Wow! I've been on this app for a good few years now and I've always been pleasantly surprised at how everyone pretty much gets along regardless of race,political opinion, religion etc...but throw in a cat v dog debate &... Bam!! :-D
Am I the only one on this fvcking site that has a dog that gets overly excited when it sees another animal or person?? Because I've seen my dog do the same exact thing the dog in this gif did a thousand times. Never viciously. Never to attack. Always because he wants to sniff the cat/dog/person and know who they are and play with them. My dog always wants to play and is extremely curious so yes he will pull on the leash and rush over to check something out. Yes with cats that usually gets him in trouble because cats see this as a threat so what the cat did in this gif, especially thinking her kittens were in danger, was extremely justified. But this dog is not trying to attack anything. He just wants to play... Look at his tail wagging and how sad he looks when the cat attacks him!! This isn't a vicious dog. This is a curious, excited, and playful big dog.
@Pickacard, Nope my dog is the same way, he sees another animal and just wants to play with it. Which with cats and has led him to getting smacked by them even though he meant them no harm.
Not my daughter you b!tch!
Cats are bad ass when they want to be.
Protecting da pussy
It's cool that the cat does that and all, but, why would the dog attack the kitten in the first place? :(
@Alcohol, I'm guessing you don't have a dog, he wasn't attacking the kitten
@Alcohol, because that owner doesn't realize he has a vicious breed of a dog.
@iOS8, the capacity for violence lies in every living thing. Ten minutes of history can make you shudder at our own bloodletting. In short; is not the breed, it's the owner
@iOS8, There's no such thing as a vicious breed dipwad
@Alcohol, fresh food. We don't need cats
@iOS8, It's a normal dog shut your @ss up. You're the kinda scum that sues to have dogs put down after they bite you out of provocation.
@ Tobias Widower, cool. I have a king cobra snake that I have breed from a hatchling. Can I let it run around your house? It's not vicious and won't bite. I promise. I raised it right!
@Maverick1303, actually there are and if you don't think so, you haven't done your homework.
@Can yew knot, yes. Cause that cat that was just sitting there provoking that dog into attacking it.
@Alcohol, most dogs just chase cats, it would probably start off as play then would most likely escalate into the dog killing or hurting the kitten, maybe not on purpose though
@iOS8, what do you mean by "attacking?" That dog was sniffing the kitten, checking it out. There was no "attack"
@gmastern1996, he jumped at it. Pulled it away from the wall and would have done more had its mom not come to the rescue. All while the owner just stood there. "La la la la la. My dog is awesome at killing kittens. La la la la la"
@iOS8, Yeah, no. You can raise a pitbull to be as docile as a fvcking turtle. I know because I have a full grown pitbull that has never even tried to attack anything. A dog's behavior depends entirely on how it's raised.
@CriTiKa1, hasn't yet. I hope you don't raise any kids around it. Because it'll turn on them in an instant. You may have been great to it, but they are BREED to be vicious and mean and territorial. They always go back to their natural instincts. There's a reason they account for more mailings and deaths than all other dogs combined. It's not just because people fight them. It's because it's their nature.
@iOS8, Nope, they're not bred to be vicious, that's how some @ssholes raise them. He has been around plenty of kids and has never hurt them. In fact, when he plays with kids, he's very gentle, because that's how he was raised. Any dog can be raised to be vicious, I could train a chihuahua to be more vicious than a pitbull, the breed doesn't matter.
@iOS8, actually as I have experience with venomous snakes and no small children or animals go right ahead. I'll be armed with a stick and a pillow case to send it to a zoo. A dog bites over food territory instinct, you get a scar. Cobra venom is one hour and serious side effects before death. The difference is as blatant as the stupidity of the comparison
@CriTiKa1, yes. They are. You can say it all you want, but they are breed to be vicious. You can teach them to be nice, but when push comes to shove, that breeding will come out in full force. And I hope it's not on one of those kids you let it play around.
@ Tobias Widower, "armed". Yes. Just like you should be around dogs like pitbulls. The comparison is valid. Snakes have instincts that were naturally breed into them to attack. Pitbulls were breed for hundreds of years to fight of bears. BEARS!! if you think you can stop that natural instinct that has been breed into them, you are sorely mistaken.
@iOS8, if that was a vicious dog, it would have attacked the cat back. If you watch the video, the dog shies away from the cat because it is distinctly not vicious
@CriTiKa1, some people just believe what they want to believe. "Big dogs are scary so im going to say they are born vicious". I was raised around rottweilers. They are one of those so called "vicious" breeds. I was never attavked by them. Some dumptruck drove onto our yard when i was playing(this was over 10 years ago) so our dog jumped in and dragged the guy out of the truck. The company tried to have us put down the "vicious" "pitbull". Couldnt even get the breed right.
@iOS8, actually I don't think you've done your research because pit bulls are really great with kids, which is why they've earned the nickname "nanny dog" for the past couple of decades. the breed itself was not bred to be vicious, some are trained to fight because they're so powerful and muscular, but it all really depends on how they're brought up and how their parents dispositions are (these are all facts, not biased ignorance :)
@iOS8, you're an idiot. Reptiles literally have smaller brains restricting social interactions so that viciousness and malevolence is just survival. With dogs whose brain are far more developed and are pack animals they all have very fluid personalities at birth via the environment they grow up in not based on the breed they are (dog breeds all stem from the same species of wolf but have been artificially selected for different specific traits). Please return to the rock under which you live and return only when you are more educated
@iOS8, you're basing your argument entirely on false stereotypes about dogs
@iOS8, dogs don't have breeds of vicious, it's how they are raised.
@iOS8, gonna start with saying I made an account just because of these comments. For someone who insist on doing research so much you don't do your own. If you look at actual statistics your "violent breeds" such as pit bulls, Rottweilers, and German Shepards for example account for very few mauling incidents, the highest on the list would be Labradors and retrievers, a breed that is considered one of the nicest, and second on the list would be pretty much any dog under 20 lbs. the reason for all that is training, any dog can be violent if not trained right and and dog can be docile if trained properly. Also once again do your research because pit bulls where bred specifically as work dogs, mostly for herding cattle due to their size and strength, so smart and not violent. :)
@iOS8, lol, you are a fvcking idiot.
@iOS8, take a note from Robin Williams and go hang yourself
@cooking spider420, doh! Thanks!
@iOS8, Damn son, you just got all kinds of fvcked up by everyone on funnypics lolol
@mcclutch19, you actually did none as well. Wikipedia alone has that Pitbulls are involved in more deaths than all other breeds combined.
@iOS8, one that's Wikipedia, crowd source information so completely unreliable, two more deaths does not mean more maulings, small dogs tend to attack more often but cause less bodily injury cause they are considerably smaller
@mcclutch19, keep denying. No skin off my nose. Just keep your vicious dog away from my and other kids.
@KermitSmash, hahaha. If you call people spouting wrong information being f'ed up, it hate to see what you call people actually knowing what they are talking about! O_O
@Can yew knot, no, actually. Many of my friends use service dogs and professionally train dogs and if you can't count on your dog NOT to attack without provocation, you shouldn't be in public with your dog. Properly trained dogs don't attack kittens.
@local anarchist , Yay! Someone who can't backup anything telling someone who can to go kill himself. Wooohooo.
@Ser Waffle Knight, name calling. The hallmark of someone who can't back anything up.
@TyGamer, and bred. I had a wonderful border collie for 14 years. It was an awesome dog. But, he was never around sheep or cattle or anything that needed to be herded. Why is it that he instinctually knew how to herd the kids playing in the back yard. Or running around the house. Maybe because he was bred to do that! Much like pitbulls and other breeds are/were bred to attacks. You can teach them to be nice and good, but at some point their instincts will rear their ugly head and they will attack. The facts don't lie. And all I'm doing is reporting the facts. So you can downvote and call me names all you want, but your just showing your ignorance and blind eye towards the fact that they do what they do. Attack.
@iOS8, When push comes to shove any dog will turn aggressive. Any dog will turn aggressive if it's pushed too far, ie: an idiot tries to take a dog's food while it's eating, an idiot thinks that he can kick a dog without the dog defending itself. Dogs have been bred to coexist with humans, to rely on humans. Dogs literally cannot survive without humans. They don't attack humans unless provoked or trained to do that.
@CriTiKa1, no doubt. All I am saying is that a pitbull is more likely to snap quicker at less egregious things than any other breed.
@iOS8, It's not often I see someone with 50+ downvotes. It's either you could be wrong and everyone is trying to correct you or you're right and 50 other people are wrong.
@dong with a bong, or that pitbull lovers hate it when their dog is called out as being vicious. Considering I have the data to back up every single claim I have written, it leans more towards that.
@iOS8, If pitbuls are so vicious, then why do so many people on this app own them?
@iOS8, Ok, a few things: One, you are being a jerky YouTube commenter, two, pit bulls can be the nicest breed of dogs, for example, my friends mom raised 2 kids with a pit bull and no attacks, and three, it is not 'they are BREED to be vicious' it is 'they are BRED to be...' Good day, a$$hole
@dong with a bong, I have no idea.
@iOS8, fine so long as you keep your vicious and untrained children away from my and others dogs
@Flappy94745, yes. I know. I spelled wrong. My bad. But just because one person you know raised a pitbull to be nice, doesn't mean that the breed is "nice". It just means your friends mom got lucky. And I'm not being a jerk, people are asking me questions or making statements, and I am basing my answers and replies on fact. If that's being a jerk, then people need to really figure out if they actually believe what they are thinking.
@iOS8, I am sincerely sorry. I had to let off some stress steam from an upcoming event. I saw this and it angered me a bit. So yeah, that was just stress. I have calmed down a bit, and I have realized what I have said was stupid. Anyway, have a good day/night!
@Flappy94745, no worries. I'll admit some of my responses here have been because I'm upset. But it's tough to forget the fact that my father was attacked by one of these pitbulls that was raised around kids and "never harmed anybody". And then every time I read that someone is killed by one, it's almost inevitable that someone says "those dogs were so nice". So. Yeah. While I do have a bias towards them, I did a ton of research about them after my dad was attacked. So I know a bit more than even the average pitbull owner.
@iOS8, ok. I understand now. A lot of my friends own pitbulls that were rescued, and they are all nice, and I have 3 dogs, so I have no bad experiences with any dogs, so I can see where you are coming from.
@iOS8, go jump off a cliff.
@iOS8, lets put logic into this. Show me the scientific study proving certain breeds of dogs are more vicious than others. I have a lovely study done here proving that dogs are only as violent as they are brought up to be. Pitbulls weren't bred to be violent, they were bred to be *strong*. I grew up with two pitbulls, one of which is dead now and the other close. They've never attacked anyone in their lives.
@iOS8, that dog isn't even a pit, and doesn't even look like a pitX
@gmastern1996, I see the dog charging aggressively at the cat. You can't really determine why because of the camera angle
@iOS8, and sheepdogs were bred to heard sheep, now I brought my dog to some sheep and he cowered away from them because he was scared. But he was bred to do that! Why didn't he do I it? Oh yeah because they are raised by people who choose what is considered good behavior. An owner is what is responsible for behavior.
@MyLonewolf25, the dog did have one of the kittens in its mouth before the mom swooped in with the ninja kick
@iOS8, did you actually use Wikipedia as a legitimate source? If I had a large number of people write that I killed George Washington, it would then be posted there. What ever is found there should be taken with a grain of salt.
@TheWhiteWolf, he was sniffing it not eating...
@Almighty Satan, and was trying to play
@MyLonewolf25, I didn't say eat it looked more like he went to pick it up.
@iOS8, I have a rottweiler, known for being vicious, and kids have tried to choke it and ride it and do messed up stuff to it and she's done nothing to try and stop them, because she was raised to know not to harm anything if they don't hurt us. If someone were to come into our house and attack us, she'd rip them to shreds. Not someone she just passes on the street.
@Can yew knot, While iOS8's argument may seem closed minded, we should perhaps look at ourselves before jumping to conclusions. If we do not, the comments made against him/her will be as closed minded as we percieve his/her comment as being. Maybe he/she has had a traumatic experience with a vicious dog or something, you never know.
@Almighty Satan, i had the exact opposite thing happen with my border collie. And any time he would herd the kids, I would stop him. But instinct takes over.
@Almighty Satan, yes. I used a wiki page that had over 400 outside references. So. Yeah. I used a wiki page as a reference.
@Psykotik, "she'd rip them to shreds"..... I don't even need to respond with anything.
@mordha675, if a compilation of all dog killings where pitbulls comprise of more killings than all the others combined doesn't suffice, then nothing will. :-/
@iOS8, damn son, you fvcked up something fierce lol
@Zeus Laser, hehehhehehe
@MyLonewolf25, you sure? It looks like it had the kitten on its back
@iOS8, So you're telling me if an armed intruder attacks a pit bull's owner and it retaliates, the dog is bad?
@iOS8, she would, if they harmed her owners. Not if it was kids playing with her. Context.
@iOS8, not sure if troll... or just dumb.
@iOS8, ...Dalmatians and German shepards have been found to statistically be more vicious than pit bulls😴
@iOS8, clearly you don't know the history of pitbulls and kids. Bc they were originally called "nanny dogs" as they were and still are great with children. Any dog can be taught to be mean nasty and fierce. Or calm, nice and friendly.
So please DO YOUR F@#/ING RESEARCH ABOUT THE HISTORY before saying a breed is bad with kids. Bc factually jack Russell, chihuahua, and dauschaund are the most violent breeds.
@Quantum Physicist , how does it know it's a bad person? What in saying is dogs sometimes can't discern between a real and fake threat. It's the attacking of fake threats that make them bad. And there is no way to stop them from accidentally thinking a threat is fake.
@iOS8, Haven't you ever heard dogs have instincts? They're not some stupid animal like you're making them seem.
@ArchangelForcas, yes. Because anybody with a differing opinion than you with facts to back that opinion up is definitely a troll or dumb. *eyeroll*
@doctorwholuver45, clearly you haven't seen that pitbulls have killed more people than all dogs combined.
@iOS8, so then you are just dumb. You can have your opinion, but it's still wrong.
@PervertedMind, and pitbulls killing more people than all other dogs combined puts it where on this list of yours?
@iOS8, You haven't even discussed whether those were rightfully killed... Once again, even if it's an intruder with malicious intent, it's still bad? Plus, you still didn't reply to my other comment, proving that I'm correct.
@Quantum Physicist , instincts is what I have been talking about. A Pitbull's natural instinct is to attack and kill. It's bred in them. It's their instinct.
@Quantum Physicist , so many pitbull owners in here defending their dog, I have to go in turn. You were last on the list. But I did get to you! :)
@ArchangelForcas, it's wrong in your opinion. Doesn't make me dumb. It makes me different than you. The fact that you can't see that.... Well I don't resort to 3rd grade name calling.
@iOS8, Have you even been listening? They were bred as working dogs.
@iOS8, judging by how the community judged you, I'd say public opinion out classes you on every level. Also I don't feel like talking to a brick wall. So goodbye now.
@iOS8, I don't even own a pit bull, just a dog owner with a brain! And in this case it's fact not opinion butttttt I'm sure someone much more on your level of stupidity would enjoy talking to you more than I am. Have a nice day! 🐶
@Quantum Physicist , actually, they were bread for hundreds of years as fighting dogs before it was outlawed and then they were turned into cattle dogs to heard cattle and kill animals that tried to kill cattle.
@iOS8, And what would be your credible source? Yes, they were used for fighting, but dog vs dog certainly doesn't equal dog vs human. (Neither is TYPICALLY justified) Nevertheless, as many studies have shown, dogs aggression is very much related with how competent their owners are. It is not their fault in anyway if they attempt to neutralize any threat. You talk about the kids getting bitten? They aren't stupid. Many times the kids PROVOKE THE DOG into attacking. Clearly you don't know anything about dogs.
@ArchangelForcas, public opinion does not prove class. And this display only shows that people who like Pit bulls are very vocal. Nothing more. Nothing less.
@Quantum Physicist , yes. Because a differing opinion with facts to back me up makes me stupid. Good to know.
@iOS8, Dude. Fremdscham everywhereeeeee. I'm not attacking you because you have a different opinion; it's because that's not what the current or correct facts state. And yep, public opinion matters. I guarantee at least half of the people who downvoted you don't own pit bulls! (Neither do I) The point here is, current studies with dog aggression prove it is heavily correlated with their owners. Accidents happen, of course, but that does not imply the majority is.
@Quantum Physicist , actually. I know a lot about dogs. I have Two right now. And yes, a lot of it is owner related. But there is an instinct bred into some dogs to attack. My opinion, some dogs have a predisposition to attack. Yours is that they don't. There is nothing you can say to change my mind. And most likely, vice versa. So, take it for what it's worth.
@iOS8, I never said they don't have an instinct to attack. What I interpreted from your argument is that all dog attacks are at fault of solely the dog. Which is simply not true.
@iOS8, 107 😂 I pass my down vote crown to you sire.
@Quantum Physicist , 👍
@iOS8, I'm not getting what you're trying to say here... Are you saying that what I said about your argument is true? If that's the case, then clearly you've never heard of someone playing with a dog while it's sleeping, or surprising it... It's the same for humans too, if you startle me, there is the possibility I will punch you. Same applies with an intruder; they come into my home with malicious intent, I defend my property by attacking them. Simple.
@iOS8, And that is true, independent of who is right and who is wrong. It is probably best to retire this debate now, as it is pointless. Good day.
@Quantum Physicist , I'm saying we have a difference in opinion.
@Quantum Physicist , good day sir!
@Alcohol, @iOS8, If the dog was really attacking the kitten, it would have been dead in one bite imo
@iOS8, I just want to say that I don't agree with you. I'm sorry for what happened to your dad, I want to say that right away. I'm sorry when anyone gets hurt. Even so, some opinions should be kept to yourself. What you believe won't affect what others believe unless they understand your point of view. I'll admit I haven't done much research on this topic, but I stand by my opinion. If you own dogs, then you know that they can be trained. I'm not saying it always works, or that it's always easy, but with the correct upbringing, any dog can be fiercely loyal and obedient. There's a reason that we have breeds of dogs at all. They are all descended from wolves which are wild, fearsome animals. The fact that we have bred them to the point that they are pets shows us that instinct isn't everything. Maybe you don't agree with me, but that's my opinion. Please respect that everyone has opinions. Those who insulted you were upset because they didn't feel you were listening. Anyway, peace.
@Alcohol, to put this to fuqing argument to rest. Yes pitbulls are naturally a more physically intimidating dog and were bread to have more physical attributes that make them more affective at killing and mauling but you can not under any circumstance breed anything to be more aggressive. It is biologically impossible to bread anything for a desired personality trait ( and before you argue any person who took high school bio can back me up here and many scientific articles google it). It is the owner that makes the dog violent and pitbulls are bread to have the best physical atributes to complement that behaviour. Science bitch
@iOS8, coming from someone who 1) has a 5 year old daughter 2) also has a 8 year old pitbull in the family 3) close friends with breeders of pitbulls.... You're an idiot.. Literally everything you have said is based off of the dogs stereotypes given to them in recent years.. Your claim that everything you have said backs up your opinion is flawed in so many ways as well.... First off Wikipedia.... Dude... Come on.. You can't be serious.... I can go shop far into how wrong you are and why.. But going to leave on this note.... That's not even a FVCKING pitbull.... It looks like an adolescent breed of mastiff.... Far from a pit.
@iOS8, i know what you mean, I survived an attack by my neighbors pit bull 2 years ago and was save by the pit's 5 and 9 year old owners. So yea the dog was raised with children but it's still mauled me. The kids said they heard my screams and that's when they ran out of the house saw me being attacked. I didn't provoke the animal, I was just walking and reading a paper and didn't even see the pit until it was attacking me. After the attack, I had to call animal control a few more times because I could not even get to my car because the pit would get out of the back yard, stalk me, lunge at me and chase me back to my house. It was terrifying & and still very uneasy around any pit-Bulls. Thank god the neighbors moved and took the pit. All I have left are horrible scars as a reminder of my encounter with that pit
@iOS8, Longest comment thread I've seen on funnypics.
@iOS8, actually pit bull where mainly used as "nanny" dogs back in the Victorian age. People trusted them back then, soooooo.
@iOS8, cite the specific study in which your data exists. Not "Wikipedia says pit bulls attack hurr durr all dogs are vicious"
@iOS8, Aha! So your traumatized because your dad was doing something wrong around a protective dog. So you have a constant cloud of bias blocking your sense to reason. Thanks for showing that.
@iOS8, Wait so a dog attacking an intruder in the house of the family she was raised in is all of a sudden "not justified?" Buddy if you're in my house while I didn't visibly accept you, you're gonna get attached.
@Can yew knot, hence why when a stranger walks in but the owner acknowledged him as a friend, a dog will not attack without reason.
@nursey nurse, I am sorry that you were attacked. All I can say is accidents happen.
@iOS8, i bet you edited it to say that. Anyone can edit wikipedia
@iOS8, you are making a very biased argument. Your dad was attacked by one, so you hate them all, and you'll pull "facts" out of your a$$ to backup your point
@iOS8, the only people that say "good day sir" are pretentious aholes that think they won an argument! Also, you are stupid, ignorabt, and get your facts from wikipedia (which is NOT a reliable source no matter how many references)
@iOS8, also, i bet your stupid daddy couldn't have been a good parent since you never learned not to argue biased opinions. Gtfo the internet. P.S, i don't even have a pitbull, so i'm not being biased, you're just an idiot. Also, that's not even a pitbull. Get it right before you run your mouth you empty headed simpleton!
@iOS8, also, dogs can't be bred to have certain personality traits, but who am i kidding? You'll just ignore it, because it doesn't agree with your argument.
@iOS8, also, you didn't respond to psykotik's comment, and just chise to ignore it, because you can't argue with it, and he proves you wrong! Go f yourself.
@iOS8, you're probably going to have to change your name. There's no way people on this app will forget you after this
@gmastern1996, I was going to change it to iOS9 in a few weeks when it came out (which I've done since ios6). But now people will think I'm doing that to hide or something. Only trolls hide. I stated my opinion. People didn't like it. I moved on. If they don't, i can't really do anything about it. :)
@gmastern1996, I've actually said things on a couple other images since and have had no issues. And actually been upvoted more than downvoted. So I'm not worried. :)
@iOS8, if you're ok with being downvote nuked to oblivion every time you post something, that's your decision I guess. May Jamal have mercy on your soul
@iOS8, look at the comments on 183967 if you think people have forgotten already
@gmastern1996, again. Don't care. They have their opinion. I have mine.
@iOS8, humans have the same if not more violent baser instincts and these are suppressed by how we are raised and the same in dogs a loving family produces a loving child/pet
@iOS8, so i made an account just to say that im surprised you got more downvotes than local anarchist
@iOS8, German Shepherds and chihuahua s have the highest bite rate in dogs. In the 80s it was the doberman, in the 90s it was the german shepherd, in the early 2000 it was rottweilers, now its pits. When in reality it is the humans
@iOS8, actually i have a pitbull and kids, the kids pull on its tail ears lay on it, it doesnt react at all, but when someone comes near my kids that it doesnt know, he goes on the defensive, not aggressive, just ready incase they attack. I have no worry that it will turn on the kids in an instant because ive seen how it treats then
@iOS8, not to fight bears, but to protect its owner and hold its own against bears until the bear gives up
@local anarchist , dude you took that way too far. It's never ok to tell someone to kill themselves
@iOS8, You should take a look at this article. I think it gives a pretty good idea as to why certain breeds of dogs should not be single out as "agressive", while also supporting the idea that there are breeds that are generally more agressive than others.
@cooking spider420, perrito
@iOS9, Pits were bred to be nanny dogs, you moron. I've never seen a more beautiful and awesome breed. I have a pit/lab and he's quite simply the best companion I've ever known. He's never once attacked anything other than a snake that tried to lunge at me. Pit bulls are extremely strong creatures. I've seen him knock over fences and break braided cable in two yet is entirely afraid of squirrels and chihuahuas. There's not a vicious bone in my dogs body. He's also my service dog, who has pulled me from the brink countless times and is the only thing that is excited to see me day in and day out. He's befriended kittens and small children alike. A dog is more than just a "breed". By your snake logic that must mean that middle eastern people are bred for terrorism and black people are bred for poverty. A dog is family. He protects you from what you can't see or hear, he rushes to defend you without any thought for his safety. Dogs truly are mans best friend and you should show respect.
@Alcohol, this was the best argument I've read in a while holy shjt
@iOS10, ok first of all let's take your theory here that pitbulls kill the most people. First off it's easy to claim this seeing as there are 4 different breeds of dogs that are considered pitbulls. The Staffordshire-bull terrier, the American Staffordshire-bull terrier, the American pitbull terrier, and the bull terrier. Now that you see there are so many breeds considered pitbulls that in itself explains the highest ratings. Now let's take something else as well here did you know that pitbull mixes and it doesn't matter what are only considered pitbulls during a dog attack. So if a pitbull lab mix bites someone now that's only considered a pitbull bit when it should be a half pitbull and half lab. So obviously with these statistics that you are stating you are grossly overstating the dangers of pitbulls. Do some research my friend well not friend your a pretty big deuche, but I bet you didn't know this at all.
@ios11, better keep your kids away from other kids, the biggest murder of peoples is peoples.
@IOS8, For the record, I have a German Shepherd named Minna and literally I can do anything and she wont give a damn, like literally even when she's eating I can push her (not aggressively just like a lil push) and shell just carry on eating or look at me as if to say "bro, chill" some dogs if raised right just don't have a mean bone km their body! I hope that your dads okay though!
@Dr Simon Acula, don't resist, let the jokes flow through you...
First of all, this dog (whatever breed it might be) is not attacking that kitten. Look at its body language. Dogs love to play with other animals, notice the dogs tail wagging?? If he was attacking the kitten he would have completely different body language, stance and his tail would definitely not be wagging. It's how you raise your dog, that reflects how it treats other animals/humans. Don't be so closed minded. Dogs are amazing creatures.
Faith in catmanity has been restored
I don't think that's even a Pitbull. This is a whole lotta angst over an assumption and some serious wrong conclusion jumping.
Momma BEAST!! Boom boom pow!
That slide kick
Cat be like 'back off bitch'
Stupid. Don't let your dog just hurt the kitten. Stupid.
Bitch ass dog
I am so fvcking glad I have an android device. iOS seems to be the worst thing on the planet
Yeah even though I hate cats and love dogs, this cat was awesome.
15 mins into walking and chill