Monday, June 20, 2011

Is this Trusting or Stubborn?

I am finally moving past Fathers Day to my little horse dog stories....

This photo shows how  horse dog refuses to move his paw when I am telling him to.    This scenerio happens often. 

I always drive my chair carefully around any child whether furry or not?

This could be called trust but I call it stubborn.  He does know the word "move" very well.

My children laugh at how our horse dog has become my furry child.    The kids are independent now and little horse dog needs me!

26 comments:

Sandra said...

our baby girl is that way, she knows the command but will not do it. with Jake, if he has my seat i say get up and let me have my seat and he does, if baby had it, she will not move unless i use my mean hateful i mean it voice. i say Jake come on we are going in, he comes, she stands and stares at me, like she is deaf.

Wanda said...

Could be a bit of both. He trusts that his mommy wouldn't hurt him ;) or maybe he just doesn't have the energy to move at the moment.

Mildred said...

That is a funny picture. I have one cat who will not move!

Debbie said...

I'm going to call it trust. I'm basing that on his trusting little eyes looking up at you.

This made me smile this morning.

Denise said...

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Karen said...

How cute! We both have posted our furry friends today. I'd say he's stubborn if you have run over his foot, trusting if you have not!
Cheers

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I have run over his foot, kinda. He does jump away when he is sleeping by my tires and he hears the chair click on. It is tough for me to decide, really.

Kerri said...

According to the look in his eye, I'd say stubborn. I've seen that VERY look on my 4 year old's face!

Mary K. Mennenga said...

Maybe he's playing a game of can I trust you? If you haven't run over him he may think your both having fun playing this game!

Ginny said...

Oh, that paw is too close for comfort! Good thing you are always on the lookout!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Looks like he wants a horse treat...

Becky Jane said...

My cat is the same way...sometimes I feel like just running over her so she'll get the idea, but I never do! It is not trusting it is down right stubborn humor for them...lol

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Awww, he's cute! No way to get very angry at that little guy.

Great photos, Kim. Thanks so much for stopping by and following along today at A Rural Journal. I truly appreciate it! :)

Sue brown said...

He trusts that his Mama will take good care of him.....(but he is such a scary cat(dog )....auntie sue

Glenda said...

I think he trusts you!!

I really enjoyed your earlier posts about your husband and your dad - and the pics! You are blessed to have such a wonderful family.

Birdie said...

Oh, yeah. The horse is challenging you. You will only need to run over his hoof once though.

Tracy said...

yeah, isn't it amazing at what babies they are...I certainly know that!

Chatty Crone said...

I'm going to call it trusting -

Rachel said...

Maybe he's quietly playing his own game of chicken...What will happen first, will I get run over or will I move???

Joanne said...

Look at that face! Thats the cutest horse I've ever seen! Blessings, Joanne

Patrick said...

It never ceases to amaze me the way animals react / interact with scooters or wheelchairs.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick

Diane J Standiford said...

I adore him. That would be my fear about having a cat or dog, that my lift chair or power chair would get them.

sarah said...

awww...love that he needs you....and he does look like a horse....it's not about size...but heart....glad you have him.

Fresh Garden said...

Instead of saying "move", you can try "moove" or "moof" or "movve".....

Webster said...

Aw, just run him over. Dogs learn very quickly that way. Really. They do.

Dean Spencer said...

Kim -

This is so funny! I think he is playing with you. :)

And of course he knows he can trust you so he maybe pushes his luck a little. :)

God bless! Hope you have a great weekend!

Dean

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