Animal Life

Posted by Deb | Uncategorized | Monday 21 June 2010 11:05 pm

I want to post here a story that has no connection to emini futures trading:

I have a dog, I’ll call her T.  T. is 2 years old, and has been with us since she was 6 months old.  She is a very friendly dog.  Mainly to kids, but also to adults.  At the begining she was very friendly to dogs too, but her bad experience with some bigger female dogs made her sometimes too suspicious.  Though T. is still very energetic and very happy when she finds a similar-spirited puppy or young dog with whom she can play.

Last Saturday I was walking her, and we passed another woman with her dog – a big black female dog.  When seeing us, her dog pulled herself out of her control and jumped on my dog and bit her.  I and the other woman immdiately separated them, and I took T. in my arms and got her away.

This morning as I was walking T. we went to a particular little piece of grass she loves.  In the middle of this grass there was a cute white cat.  Often, when T. sees cats she starts running after them (to my knowledge she has never caught one, and of course never bit any cat).  So T. sees this white cat, and looks at her.  For a minute it seems she wants to chase her away, but then she stopped, remembered her bite and stopped to lick her wound.  It seemed like she was thinking something along the lines:  “I don’t like being chased away and bitten, I won’t do it to somebody else”.  So she stood there staring at the cat, pondering what to do.

When T. first looked as if she wants to chase her, the cat looked anxious.  Then she relaxed and lied there looking back at T., appearantly with no fear.  Finally, T. wanted to play with her.  She jumped around trying to intice her to play, as she does to other friendly dogs, but the cat was not interested.

I approached the cat to give it a pat, and when I bowed down I saw near her a dead lizard with a stain of blood on its neck:  The cat had just bitten it and killed it.

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