The Head Tilt
This inquisitive and deeply contemplative listening behavior, typically seen in dogs is that
adorable head tilt. Dogs will tend to do this behavior when they are younger and hear a noise
from their owner that perplexes them. But that repeated side-to-side head twist and tilt is so silly
and adorable at the same time!
Being Clothes Thief
When a dog is going through a phase of shall we say, ‘inventory building’, it can make for many
a befuddling sock or underwear drawer visit for their owner. If pairs of socks are getting
increasingly odd in number or favorite underwear seems to vanish into the ether, chances are
there’s a four-legged suspect that needs interrogating! Hint: check behind couches or inside
A TP Shred
Cats love to claw things. Put yourself in their shoes (or paws) for a second. It must feel amazing
to them, so you can hardly blame them. But there’s nothing worse than seeing the paper trail
down the hallway and toilet paper roll ripped to shreds in a bathroom emergency!
Hamsters are still popular pets, especially for the kiddos. And one adorable behavior many
hamster owners notice that is adorable but makes their furry friend look so silly is the two legged
stand up. It’s got to be the short legs!
It’s not just man’s best friend that loves to play with their owner! Cats, despite their reputation for
being aloof and nonchalant can have a playful side. There’s plenty of social media evidence of
cats waiting around a blind corner to playfully pounce on an unsuspecting owner.
Cats’ paws are adorable and fluffy, small and round. Despite their general grace when moving
around, nothing is funnier than seeing them awkwardly lift one paw up and randomly swat at
something in rapid succession. It doesn’t hurt, but it sure makes them look adorably silly!
Many dog breeds have a lot of energy, and sometimes it’s overwhelming. At times they just
need to get rid of it, so there’s nothing better than a mad dash around in random circles,
jumping hurdles and couches and then stopping suddenly and staring.... Then zoom! Repeat!
The Bed Swap
Pet owners with a dog and a cat have probably seen this once or twice. Their small cat takes
over the bigger dog’s bed and the dog lays in the small cat bed. Sometimes this decision is
collaboratively made, whilst at others it is the cat who knows it can take what it likes!
Being an Engaged TV Viewer
Many cats and dogs produce a physical response to what they see on our screens. It’s always
interesting to watch a four-legged friend become hypnotized by a ball in a football game, or see
an animal they want to “play” during a wildlife documentary.
I mean, it works some of the time, right? Dogs are notorious for begging for food, especially
human food and while owners try to condition this behavior it out of them, it can be very hard to
resist those big, pleading eyes.