Thank you, dog heroes.
Wow, that picture of the soldier sitting on the floor hugging the retriever really got me. DOG ME! (Instead of beer me. You get it.)
Yeah, me too. Sometimes you just need a good hug
This one is traumatizing, That One.
I apologize. I regretted it immediately after posting, but it seemed too appropriate at the time. My sincere apologies to anyone who wasn’t expecting such horrific images.
But you gotta think about it for a second… why are cupcakes the trigger for violent flashbacks? Were cupcakes even available in ‘Nam or Korea or the Pacific Theater? I don’t get it!
speed of lightening
roar of thunder
fighting those who
rob and plunder
When they mentioned that dogs served in every MILITARY war, it made me imagine dogs serving in the Cold War. Being spies. Meeting on foggy bridges wearing trench coats.
But obviously, cats would be better spies, because they’re so sneaky. This is why we’ve never heard of the great deeds our spy cats did in our fight against the Commies. The cats STILL WON’T TALK ABOUT IT. Walking on roof tops. Yoinking secret documents off tables. Hiding under things and swiping at the Commies’ ankles. SPY CATS!
(Google image “cat spy,” guys. It’s great.)
And some of them come back with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Doggie): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNBfHso1Jlg
And the ones that came back are covered under a new law that doesn’t label them as war equipment or the like.
War dogs: sniffing Freedom’s butt since 1776 9(I’m guessing).
Goddamnit, that 9 wasn’t supposed to be there.
Dogs are truly man’s best friend….thank you dogs for the loyalty.
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