If you have a dog – or several – life tends to revolve around the furry friend. Here are ten signs you’re a dog person.
1. Your house is littered with old tennis balls, chewed toys, squeaky stuffed animals, rawhide bones, and maybe even sticks from a nearby tree.
2. All efforts to keep windows clean fail – the nose art just keeps reappearing.
3. You know the names of dogs in the neighborhood, but not of the people.
4. You’re always finding empty plastic bag in your pockets and purse.
5. People with dogs are more attractive than people without dogs.
6. If someone says they don’t like dogs you don’t find them trustworthy.
7. You don’t care what happens to people in movies, but you worry the dog might die.
8. ASPCA commercials make you cry.
9. Your dog gets wrapped Christmas presents, and maybe even their own birthday cakes.
10. When you travel, you miss your dog more than your family.
Did we miss any points in the list?
There are peculiar laws of many kinds across the USA. Many state laws are really old and were never updated. Allegedly, Florida women who are single, divorced, or widowed cannot parachute on Sunday afternoons. Also allegedly, Hartford Connecticut deems it illegal to educate a dog. That one seems impractical. Another funny rule that allegedly exists says donkeys in Arizona may not sleep in bathtubs.
Cats clearly deem themselves above all laws, but what does the legal system say about them?
- In French Lick Springs, Indiana, black cats need to wear bells on Friday the 13th.
- Reed City, Michigan says you cannot keep a pet cat and a pet bird in the same house.
- In International Fall, Minnesota, cats are not allowed to chase dogs up telephone poles. Interesting. Do Minnesota dogs in general climb telephone poles?
- Staying in Minnesota, Duluth states cats are not allowed to fall asleep in a bakery.
- Barber, North Carolina have prohibited fights between cats and dogs.
- In Columbus, Georgia, cats cannot yowl after 9 PM.
- Sterling, Colorado takes a firm stance on cats. There, a pet cat may not run loose without a taillight.
Luckily, there doesn’t seem to be any statutes against cat doors… These laws were found on kittentoob.com. The truthfulness has not been verified.