Small, but not Insignificant

While Jack Henry has been weekending with his pal Wee up the street, Hubble has had free rein of the house. I am always struck by just how small he is sometimes. Here he is looking out the front door-compared to Jack, his view is not nearly as good and poor guy barely sits up past the door bottom. But he was in a silhouette mood again, so I took advantage of the light.

Today’s Dog Quote:

If you can look at a dog and not feel vicarious excitement and affection, you must be a cat. 

~Author Unknown

Image taken with iPhone and processed with Photo Toaster and Rad Lab’s Pic-Tap-Go.

For today: A Small View of the World

It's a Small World After All

It’s a Small World After All

14 thoughts on “Small, but not Insignificant

    • I realize that the quote may be doing a bit of a disservice to cats-I have had cats who considered my dogs among their pals–or at least their playthings or comfy bed. I have also had a cat or two who, with one look at a dog, is stating nothing less than complete and utter contempt for their existence-but that is what keeps it interesting-
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    • Thank you Uday-I think at that point in the afternoon, he was watching the birds and squirrels at the bird feeders hanging on the big cherry tree in front. Unlike Jack Henry who needs to let the world know he is there, Hubble tends to be more quiet when inside. Outside, the world is his!

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