Friday Night Fights: Week One

Ladies and gentlemen…

Are you ready to rumbuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuullllllllllllllllllllll?

In one corner, we have the thick-coated, 75-pound, shepherd-collie-chow mix Dominooooooo!

And in the other corner, we have the fiery, fearless, flame-pointed, 10-pound siamese… Llllllllllllllloooooookiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!

Ding, ding, ding!

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  1. Scott — No, he (the cat’s a male) wasn’t mad at her (the dog). They were both playing. On occasion, his tail does swell (and that’s when we intervene), but he’s never hissed at her. She sometimes gets pretty loud and vicious sounding, but only when she’s tired and ready to stop. She is six and a half years old.

    Don — They were really playing, Loki’s tail fuzzes out when he’s pissed.

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  2. LOL! My dog and cat do the same thing! Its sweet how the dogs are so patient with the cats! I mean technically a dog could pick up the cat and shake him, but my dog just sits there and nudges the cat around with her nose and paws at her, playing, even when the cat is viciously biting her neck!!!

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