How Global Warming Affects Domesticated Animals

My dogs seemed particularly worried about global warming on our hike this evening.

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10 Responses to How Global Warming Affects Domesticated Animals

  1. Pathway says:

    They look worried, not.

  2. Traitor In Chief says:

    If they took the plunge like Kenji, and joined the UCS, they would be terrified now…..

    …. well, okay, maybe not terrified. But they would be worried…. about the UCS.

  3. jack b :-) says:

    That’s like west Texas (minus the mountain view) every day now. My dog is sleeping all the time too – it’s dark just about all day long from endless cloud cover. I’m getting sleep sickness myself. We may have to run up to ruidoso pretty soon and climb above the clouds to get some sun. Starting to dry out a bit, and the mosquitoes will soon follow, I’m sure. Sick to death of mowing the damned grass though!

  4. Shazaam says:

    They are to cute to be warmistas. If they start barking continuously over nothing and refuse to stop, then I’d start worrying. Raising the hue and cry over trivialities is the hallmark of a wamista.

  5. Streetcred says:

    Adorable dogs … just keep the cops away from them !

  6. Andy DC says:

    Their tongues are hanging out due to climate change!

  7. They have been shrinking in size from decade to decade. Coincidence?

  8. Mike Mangan says:

    You know, if you put them dawgs on a broom stick, you can clean your ceiling fan, like, real easy.

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