A short funny story for you:Yesterday two friends stopped by to visit me and one has a little Boston Terrier.One of my cats ("Tiger") is fairly social and will come out to see who is here. (The other cat adores me, but she stays in her favorite room in the back of the house when other people are around.) They are both Maine Coons and good-sized catsTiger sauntered into the living room and was shocked to see a dog her size. She has seen my sister's Aussie Shepherds quite a few times before and is fine with them, but what the heck is this little pipsqueak? Clearly not a cat, but...? She stood in the archway staring and circling - the dog, Lola, is cute and just wanted to say hello, but kept a safe distance away; as big as Tiger is, she was a little overmatched.This went on for a few minutes and finally Tiger settled at the edge of the hallway. The dog sat down about 6 feet away and they watched each other closely. It was very entertaining.
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on April 20th, 2016, 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.
The spectacle is not a collection of images, but a social relation among people, mediated by images. - Guy Debord