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After realizing June 21 is Take Your Dog to Work Day, it seemed a reasonable idea to write a piece about dogs. Not having a dog, it is difficult to take one anywhere, but dogs are wonderful teachers.
While contemplating canine compassion and capacity for joy, fingers hovering above the keyboard and itching to type, an eerie low rumbling interrupted the muse.
Peering past the laptop, it was discovered that the rumbling originated from behind two pairs of menacing feline eyes. The rumbling translated to, “You’re writing about dogs? Seriously?”
“Not any more,” replied the writer. “What was I thinking?”
Sources: My mews: Java, orange and white with a tender heart (19 years wise); Jax, a tiger-stripe with joie de vivre.
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