an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
Losing good neighbours by process of elimination.
DCW,Ha ha haha! I think if I ever publish these maxims I'll have to include your comments. Too funny.
Oh and it is such a big dog ;)
Danielle,The bigger they are, the harder they fall! But that's a maxim for another day.:-D
Suki,Could turn out to be one of those situations where one says, "Well, it seemed a good idea at the time."
just tell your dog to make himself comfortable in the garden...oh well, the neighbour story...
Johanna,Letting her dog loose in the neighbour's garden would be too obvious; our friend Nancy is much more devious.
I love Nancy's devious and conniving facial expression; compare that to the total look of innocence on her accomplice...
Stickup,Nancy says, "Heh heh heh." Her companion's only comment is an affable "woof."And I say that you are an astute observer.
Both cat and dog are of course completely innocent,and as cats seldom see fences as obstacles,this could be a long drawn out war!!!Ruby
Ruby,The neighbours may end up fighting like cats and dogs while the actual cats and dogs merrily go about their "business."
Excellent and so true ;)
ötli,A friend of mine actually set traps for his neighbours' cat when it came into his garden, called the SPCA to pick up the trapped pet, and then the neighbours had to pay to get the cat from the SPCA. The neighbours eventually moved away.