If it is peaceful for him, I guess that is what is important. Makes you wonder what goes through their minds, doesn't it? :)
he may be smarter than we are, maybe we should try rubbing under the peace lily, i have a big one outside. but not big enough for me to get under it. wonder if it works on just an arm at a time... he looks so sweet.
Cute photos, Kim... Maybe he is not only feeling the peace but also getting his back scratched!!!!! ha Hope you are well...Hugs,Betsy
That is so strange!!! He also looks like he is hungry for the decorative turtle! I have a peace plant and my cat likes to bite it, he has shredded the ends of the leaves. My vet said peace plants are not poisonous, but they will sting a cat's tongue. Apparently mine does not care!
That is so cute!
Wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to relax as well as a dog or cat?
:) your horse/dog is quite a character.
We can learn a lot from our dogs!
Guess we all can use a break during the day.
We all need a moment to ourselves even your dog.
That is funny! I'll bet you are right--it is his little get away from the hectic life of a dog..ie-where to lie down next, which scent to follow in the yard and what sound to bark at.
Awww, cute! My dog used to stare at the wall. People would tease me about it, but I was sure he was thinking Very Deep Thoughts. :)
Very cute Kim!! Look at his tail too, all curled up and looks like he is ready to go there. My dog raises and curls her tail when she is in play/attack mode!
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