waterchan wrote:A stray cat adopted by a California family saves their son from a dog attack.
Watch how the cat comes running to the boy's rescue as he is being pinned to the ground by the dog.
Note that this dog us not the standard, run-of-the-mill pit bull type, but a cross-breed of Chow and LABRADOR - a type usually renowned for their even, friendly and docile temperament.
Don't you believe it.
I have a near-neighbour who is a vet and canine behaviourist.
He is alarmed by the steady and continued increase in domestic incidents involving Labradors turning on their owners, the children and other dogs, on walks.
Labs are manifesting distinctly uncharacteristic and decidedly bad behavioural traits, more and more - a problem that has been perpetuated by too-close familial breeding.
Careful, people : Labradors are steadily gaining a nasty reputation.
You will not be punished FOR
your 'emotions'; you will be punished BY
Pay attention, simplify, and (Meditation instruction in a nutshell) "Mind - the Gap." ‘Absit invidia verbo’ - may ill-will be absent from the word.
And mindful of that, if I don't respond, this
may be why....