From Peter Sloterdick’s Selected Exaggerations, loc 1411-1416 Incidentally, there are almost as many horses today as there were in the eighteenth or nineteenth centuries, but they have all been reassigned. They are almost all leisure horses, hardly any workhorses nowadays. Isn’t it an odd comment on today’s society that only […]
How do human beings and animals relate to each other? One way to answer this question is to empty the putative relation of substantive content: human beings project onto animals while animals are materially dependent on human beings. My own approach would be to contextualise this projection in terms of […]
I just came across this lovely video on Twitter: This is the best thing I've seen today. pic.twitter.com/HwhY29TALj — Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) December 9, 2015 This has turned into a whole genre of YouTube video:
Also, is it just me, or is the dog obviously choking the cat? Is this bad photoshopping or an insight into a really horrible photo shoot?
Produced by Cats Protection in advance of the elections. There’s a summary online here and the full manifesto here.
Walking home in the rain earlier today, I encountered a very fluffy and very wet cat sitting unhappily outside someone’s front door. Upon getting my attention, the cat insistently tried to lead me towards the front door in the hope that I would open it. It’s not the first time I’ve noticed […]
I see my cat act in a similar way when a local stray comes to steal her food. She acts aggressively towards the other cat but has no idea what to do when the other cat completely fails to respond, having no interest in performing territoriality but only in acquiring […]
I ♥ this video. Via Sociological Images
I’m someone who likes animals. I’m also someone who spends a lot of time procrastinating on youtube. These two facts converged some time ago when I noticed an interesting trend for youtube videos, usually filmed by female partners, capturing usually male soldiers being reunited with their dogs. Turns out Buzzfeed […]