Cats aren’t often referred to as a working animal. A working animal is one who is normally kept for it’s ability to perform tasks humans aren’t as apt to perform.
I’m sure we’ve all been in the situation where we’re in a bit of a pickle and just don’t quite know the best way to resolve the sticky issue we have gotten caught up in.
Sometimes there is nothing else to be done but to make the best of a bad situation and hope for the best.
If you have ever heard a kitten’s yelp, you’ll know it’s a very distinctive sound. Its cry, like a human baby’s is, designed to capture the attention of the parent and be heard from a distance.
Birds can learn an amazing vocabulary. Some birds can remember hundreds of words, and can mimic almost anything a human says.
They say that Opera music is the only music that scientifically is guaranteed to bring a tear to the eye.
Some dogs defy the limits of intelligence, able to remember hundreds of human words, work as part of police and rescue teams, and even use their advanced senses to warn us of diseases, bombs, or other threats to our health.
After gracefully descending a set of stone steps, a cat stands on the bank of a river, facing a serious dilemma. She must get to the other side without getting wet. Her only option is a narrow, homemade, metal crossing path the width of her body!
Professional dancers have a rough job practicing each and every step to go along to a song. The only thing harder would be doing it, but for many different songs all at once.
Dogs can be little Houdinis if they want to be some times. Some dogs are trained well, and really love their pens or kennels.