At some stage, most people come to realize the amazing
and very often profound effect that animals can have
on our mood and emotions and there are some pretty
incredible but also true stories of how medical scientists
are discovering some animals that can actually detect
the beginnings of disease in humans in the very early
stages of onset.
Our animals can also be trained to help and support
many of us that have disabilities, especially for those
who have lost their sight.
Animals can `feel emotion' just like we humans can,
besides loving, nurturing and caring for their own young.
So let us enjoy our animals and pets by sharing our photos,
pictures and graphics of them all,
the long, the short and the tall.
FARMER (boasting): I've got thousands of cows.
VISITOR: That's a lot of cows.
FARMER: And that's not all. I've also got thousands of bulls.
VISITOR: That's a lot of bull.
An art connoisseur passed a little grocery in New York when he noticed a kitten on the front step lapping up some milk in a bowl. The cat was mangy with one ear half chewed off and clumps of fur missing. What really caught the collectors eye was the bowl the kitten was drinking from. It was a rare antique worth thousands. He walks in the store and offers $20.00 for the cat. "He's not for sale." Says the store owner. "That's ridiculous!" Says the collector. "He is one of the ugliest cats I've seen. He must be for sale. I'll give you $100.00 for him." The store owner thought for a second and said "It's a deal." The connoisseur hands the store owner the money, which he quickly pockets, and as he starts out the store asks "For that price I'm sure you wont mind sending that old bowl with him. He seems so happy drinking from it." The store owner says " No way. That's my lucky bowl. From that bowl I've sold 26 cats this week!"