Guest Katz

By Razib Khan | February 29, 2008 10:15 am

Got these pix via a forward. Thought it might be a nice change of pace….


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  • http://akinokure.blogspot.com agnostic

    He has the best “wtf is going on?” look in the 2nd picture — when they don’t look directly at what’s pissing them off, but just raise their head, irritated.

  • http://www.mythusmageopines.com/wp Alan Kellogg

    Picture #2
    You comfy finally?

  • bard

    Is there an avian category of the Darwin Awards?

  • diana

    Cute overload!

  • ziel

    Perhaps Toxoplasma has crossed the Class barrier.

  • AriSan

    Adorable scenes! A canine and an avian are getting along such a friendly and peaceful way, though they both seem to be juveniles, domesticated and trained to play together apparently, overcoming their natural ways of ‘catch and eat’ in the wild, is beautifully presented. I don’t think it’s easy to get them posing together as seen in those pictures. Substantial skills, patience and time must have been put to produce these wonderful scenes. Enjoyed and appreciated!

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