Caturday funnies — Father’s Day weekend edition

32 Responses to Caturday funnies — Father’s Day weekend edition

  1. atimetoshare.me says:

    So cute and you can certainly see some human characteristics in these animal dads.

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  2. The Owl Lady says:

    These are so adorable!!!! @v@ ❤

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  3. cagedunn says:

    Reblogged this on Cage Dunn: Writer, Author, Teller-of-tall-tales and commented:
    Something to be said for Dad’s, isn’t there? From the Bluebird of Bitterness …

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  4. cagedunn says:

    Reblogged – this is so, so good to see. Thank you!

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  5. I don’t think they are funnies I think they are absolutely delightful. What magnificent creatures are these CATS!,,,,,
    says this doggie person. 🐩🐶 🐾

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  6. Seems the dads are babysitting while the moms go hunting. 😀 — Suzanne

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  7. V.M.Sang says:

    Beautiful pictures.

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  8. Beautiful.
    I like your sentence, “The opinions expressed are those of the author. You go get your own opinions.” … I am a “quote thief” and sometimes put a quote on my blog that I find. May I quote this on my blog? I’d link back to your site of course?

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    • Given that my tag line was one that I lifted from somewhere (I don’t recall where), I think anyone should feel as free to use it as I did. In general, I’m happy for anyone to reuse, reblog, recycle, quote, copy & paste, etc. anything they see on my site. Most of it didn’t originate with me in the first place. 🙂

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      • Thanks for the honesty, many people just “steal” quotes, ideas etc. without giving credit. Doesn’t matter if much on your site didn’t originate with you, it’s still a lovely site and gives me a break from the seriousness of life. … “Your” quote is successfully stolen now and linked back to your blog 😉
        Happy blogging!

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        • Awwww, thanks. ❤ I do try to give credit whenever I know where something came from, but so much of what floats around on the interwebz these days is either not attributed to anyone, or misattributed, or attributed to several different sources. So if I have no idea who said something, and I want to use it, I just use it. If it turns out to be copyrighted and the author chooses to make an issue out of it, I can always delete it.

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          • Yes, that’s a good way. What I usually do is when I find a quote or idea I will always try and make a point to write something like if I heard something in a seminar but cannot remember the speaker, I say “as someone in a seminar said once…” etc. Or I read a quote somewhere once that said such-and-such, but can’t remember where I saw it yada yada yada… It’s just for 2 reasons, 1. to honour whoever said it, and 2. to try and cover myself as best as possible. But yes, it is not always possible these days.

            I love your bird family that you listed. Hilarious! 😀

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          • Thank you! Bob’s family album was a fun way to use some of the bird pictures that had been accumulating in my files for many years. (I’m a compulsive collector of many things, pictures of birds and other animals among them.)

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  9. Citizen Tom says:

    In lion prides, the females do most of the hunting. Does that mean the male does the baby sitting?

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  10. robbiecheadle says:

    These are lovely photographs.

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