The Literary Styles of Pets

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The Skimmer sifts through many books quickly, but can’t decide on which to read until they’ve slept on it.

 

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The Marathoner tries to read all the books in the library, but eventually must concede to exhaustion.

 

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The Ill-tempered peruses the books, and finding nothing of interest (i.e. food treats), sits and stares daggers at the librarian.


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7 Responses to The Literary Styles of Pets

  1. Hihih, these are excellent! I have posted some photos on a similar subject. I love it when bestia shows us his intellectual side. 😀

    https://manjamaksimovic.wordpress.com/2015/11/26/cees-fun-foto-challenge-bestia-with-toys/

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  2. Jane says:

    The marathoner and skimmer seem more eclectic in their choices. Diet books sometimes tend to make me I’ll-tempered, too😾

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  3. I love the Marathoner. I can totally see my own cat doing that.

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