@mycatsanahole, he really milked that story
@mycatsanahole, relevant username is relevant.
He peed in those shoes
@dj evolve fan club, once for each shoe of course
Rescued my (actually orange and white) cat from freezing weather when he was a stray kitten. He acted like top pic for a few months, then started to rise in the ranks, even though it was just him. About 4 years later, I adopted my adult aussie without consulting His Majesty, and if I pay her too much attention, he'll act like a dickhead for a few days, like jump up in my lap, fart, and then run away. Or bite my bare ankles when I'm half asleep filling up a cup of water. I've had my dog for about 5 years now, and it's still the same way
Reminder: pets are not self-training
@Ald0bii, have you ever had a cat? You train them to use the litter box and thats the full extent of training a cat.
Not a cat story... I adopted a Corgi mix. As soon as I opened the door, he ran and hopped on the dining room table and looked at me like "What's for dinner?" When I shooed him off the table he turned around, looked me dead in the eye and took a crap on the floor. Eight years later he is still a stubborn little shjt at times but I can't even imagine my life without him.
@Funny Pics Janitor, I didn’t see mix after corgi there and wondered “how did he get on the table!?”
@Cloverleaf, more of a coffe table really was my thought lol
@Cloverleaf, how DID he get there??
Lol, day one. They don't even need to see your house first before they know it is their castle.