Et tu Fluffus?!
Then fall Fido!
Then fall, Cæsar!
It should be. et to Fluffe?!?!?!?!?!?! No enough question marks.
"we shared a bed! My hooman fed your family. We took you in!"
Then fall, Schnauzer!
Et tu, Floof?
The betrayal of dog. 7500BC.
*Et tu, Boots?
I came here for this comment.
This is amazing
The eyes are fantastic. On the cat and dog.
I think this may be the peak of this sub.
The dog sees the light while the cat has turned into the darkness. Both entering new realities. Each fully aware of what they're doing
And as you die Fido, know that it was I who tipped over the trash can last week, leading the master to despise you. And now, he won't even be saddened by your absence and I will warm his lap and receive his pettings uncontested! Mwreowhahahaha!
Was going to comment about a missed opportunity, but then I visited the subreddit.
”Just a taste”
What is the name of this painting?
TIL the palate of a dog's mouth has weird ridges. Apparently they help with drinking and eating.
Aren't those pretty common outside of humans?
No, not many humans have them, and even then they are mostly on the inside.
I have a vivid memory of noticing the ridges in my aunt's dog's mouth. It made me feel uneasy, and is probably why I feel "itchy" when I see similar structures ie chicken ribs, fish gills, etc. I guess it is a form of tryptophobia, but it doesn't fit well with the definition (fear of clusters of holes, etc.) Fortunately I can get over it after looking at it for a bit
Haven’t you ever looked inside your dogs mouth? Cuz everyone has a dog right?
Man, artists really love to depict Kronos eating his kids, don't they?
curse your sudden and inevitable betrayal !
Mine is an evil laugh
Shhh just let it happen
The emotional content of this picture.
Of Mice and Kittens
I give !
Et tu, Brute?
Et me, buddy.
"creature of ze night"
Cat: "I think we should call it... your grave!"
The Death of Marat
The Death of Marat (French: La Mort de Marat or Marat Assassiné) is a 1793 painting by Jacques-Louis David of the murdered French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat. It is one of the most famous images of the French Revolution. David was the leading French painter, as well as a Montagnard and a member of the revolutionary Committee of General Security. The painting shows the radical journalist lying dead in his bath on 13 July 1793 after his murder by Charlotte Corday.
This is hilarious.
I cannot stop laughing at the look on that dog's face!
This is incredible. Well done.
"Where. Are. My. Balls ?"
Hahaha. He looks so scared.
Dog: I will be a good boy and play with cat. Dog: I have made a terrible mistake. Cat: My quest for world domination has begun.
Now, whenever a full moon rises, your dog will turn into a cat. Or something.
You've got to be fucking kidding me
So it's true then. All cats ARE bamboozlers.
Brilliant title to this picture. A household scene with all its dreadful betrayal.
Back of the neck killer. Making his ancestors proud.
“The Scourging of the Shire,” as re-enacted by the Christchurch Animal Care Center Players.
Aside from how hilarious this picture is, it’s actually a really nice picture
Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
I could imagine the cat sitting on a red cashmere chair in front of the fireplace with the head of the dog hanging up on the wall.
Isn’t today the Ides of April?
Death answers before it asks... farewell comrade doggo...
The sick son of a bitch
Before clicking on the post, I thought the kitten was wearing some sort of an orange jumpsuit and standing with its hands wide open.
Et tu, Kit-te?
did he died ?
Can someone please answer