If animals could only talk:

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  1. Toto'sDad

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    Dogs: I love you. Let's play. I love you. Let's play some more. I love you....

    Cats: What have I got to do to get some service around here?!

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    "Careful with those claws son or you'll cut that thing right off."
     
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    Our dog sleeps in our bedroom. I'm glad she can't talk, lol.
     
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    our cats:
    feed me, feed me, feed me, let me in, out, in out, in out, feed me, feed me, feed me. Repeat eternally...
     
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    TD, I bet they could teach us a thing or two.
     
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    The octopus would say 'How come I get to be named in one of the sucky-est ever Beatles' songs?

    The racoon would say 'They picked on me first.'

    The Bulldog would say 'Hah! - I got the good one!'
     
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    I know exactly what my dog is saying every time I start to play guitar.

    He thinks ( here we go again... ), but He says " hey buddy, not now. I need to go outside to pee..."

    Did I mention "every time".
    I should just rename him to Pavlov.
     
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    Tickle (GS) - Let's play! It's time to play! Here's my toy! It's in your lap! Pick it up and play! It's time to play! Can we play now? C'mon, let's play! I want to plaaaaay!

    Raphael (Greyhound) - Could you please shut up? I'm trying to sleep over here on your couch that I now own (or your bed that I now own or your setee that I now own...).

    All the other critters here - Really, can't you stop that dog from playing?
     
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    Two Cats talking in their own tongue



    Hooman translation

     
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    They surely could!
     
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    :lol::lol::lol:

    The two I spend most of my time with speak fairly well with their eyes and other little habits and signs that typically tell me all I need to know. Their non-verbal cues are pretty strong. Subtlety is not their thing.
     
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    I know what you mean, I was keyed into Toto's little "commands." He taught me pretty well. Toto was the only dog I've ever known who would play tricks on me. Once he was having me throw his ball down the hall, and bounce it off the back of my easy chair, where he would catch it in the air. Then he came into my room, and looked at me, and pushed the ball under a little couch across from my desk. Then he stood there whining, and looking at me. I turned around to get a flashlight got down on my knees and looked under the couch for the ball. About that time the ball came rolling between my knees!! In the time it took me to get my flashlight, he had retrieved the ball from under the couch! I swear that dog liked laughing at me.
     
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    Do mammals count?



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    Some of them really are furry four legged humans. LOL
     
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    They'd probably form packs, hang out in street corners and sing House of the Rising Sun or We Gotta Get Out of This Place.

    Your dog, the Jimi Hendrix fan would sing: "'scue me while I kiss my b__ls."

    It would be politically incorrect to say "dog eat dog world" in North America, Europe and the Tasman zone.

    There would be a mass exodus of dogs from other countries -a genuine immigration crisis - to get legally into the EU, the U.S, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. They would claim political asylum for fear of being eaten in their home countries.

    In the U.S., snakes and sharks would take great offense at having their behaviors compared to that of some lawyers. The courts would be backlogged with their defamation lawsuits.
     
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    My wife always from the very beginning said, "Toto was a little human dressed up in a dog suit!" A once in a lifetime friend, I miss him terribly.
     
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    Yeah, I know you do and if you can believe it all of us kinda feel the same. :cry:
     
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    My dog knows far to much about me. If he could talk then he'd be able tell on me and that would be a very bad thing.:(
     
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