Monday, January 23, 2017

The Grizzly and The Tabby




Everyone needs a friend.
For those that want to read their story, here's the link:
http://www.all-creatures.org/stories/a-thecat.html

43 comments:

  1. Better than lovely.
    I needed to see somewhere where prejudice doesn't exist. Megathanks.

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it, EC:) That little tabby is fearless isn't he?

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  2. What a wonderful example of how it is possible to co-exist without fear and hate! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. They are an inspiration aren't they, Val?
      Hugs back,

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  3. This was wonderful to watch, predudice of any sort is awful but here we see something that we humans could learn. Thanks for sharing Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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    1. We sure can, Yvonne.
      Glad you enjoyed it.

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  4. Just lovely, thank you so much for sharing. Hugs Barbara

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it, Barbara.
      Hugs back,

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  5. Just goes to show that we can avoid prejudiced and hate if you look for it. It's too bad it has to come from creatures that are "less than human." Nicely done, Sandra.

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    1. Or maybe 'more than' :)
      Thank you, Elizabeth.
      Hugs

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  6. Pretty amazing, I liked how the bear moved the cat around

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    1. Me too! It reminded me of a cat with her kittens:)

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  7. Good to watch. We can all get along when food and shelter is in abundance. If the bear was starving, it might have been quite different.

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    1. Definitely. Though, I'd like to think that the bond won out.

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  8. Amazing how the grizzly picks up the cat without hurting him - and the cat doesn't seem to mind.

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    1. I found that amazing too, Alex. He just tossed him out of the way:)

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  9. This is so cool! I love the gentleness of the grizzly with the pussy cat with how he picks him up and puts him somewhere else...so sweet. I needed this....painful weekend again so couldn't do much. I need nice and cold...hate this current weather.

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    1. He is a sweetie:)
      Sorry you've had a rough weekend. I'm surprised to hear that the cold helps, but glad it does.

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    2. Yup-I think it's all about barometric pressure. It has been very damp, foggy and blecchy outside so it hurts more normally.

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  10. Sweet. We should take a page from Grizz and Tabby's book about how to get along.

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  11. They play so well. Shows most anyone can sure get along, as long as the bear isn't starving

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    1. That might put a bit of a crimp in their friendship:) But I like to think they could overcome it:)

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  12. I love that Sandra. Thanks for sharing it.

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  13. How adorable. Just look at those claws on the grizzly though.

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    1. Those are one set of scary claws, for sure.

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  14. This is interesting. I had to share.

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  15. Just love these "odd couples" of nature. I actually have a Pinterest board dedicated to such pairs. What open hearts some of these wild creatures have!

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    1. I do too, Marcie.
      Aren't they wonderful?

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  16. A new take on the lion and the lamb. Amazing.

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    1. Aren't they wonderful? Everyone needs a friend.

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  17. cat....how total lee awesum ewe share yur werld with griz...

    thanx for sharin N postin thiz storee...♥♥♥♥♥

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  18. This kind of connection always makes me happy and curious. How do they know to trust each other?

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    1. Good question Lee. There's got to be some karmatic chemistry there.

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  19. I'm the Grizzly in this household, and I have two furry best friends - a tabby as well as a black and white. :)

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  20. My goodness, how remarkable! Wonderful to see.
    Thanks for posting Sandra!

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  21. This is priceless! Thanks Sandra! They are setting an example for all us humans! Big Hugs!

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