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Not being a pet-owner, I had never seen a dog humping a cat. Tonight I did. There are many YouTube videos (search "dog humps cat"), but nothing like the near success I saw tonight, because the YouTube videos show large dogs, and the size difference means the cat can get away. At this home, there was a very small furry (miniature) dachshund (low to the ground) and a fluffy kitten--not much smaller. The cat did not yowl or resist; the dog seemed very happy--"She's so soft! I'm in love!"

The owner tells me that the tiny dog is named Titan. He has big ideas, but he's been fixed. Tell that to his libido.

Date: 2017-07-06 01:55 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] sartorias
Dogs will hump anything. Doesn't have to be alive. This includes fixed dogs. I know. Many's the night I wake up with the bed jiggling, and I think, QUAKE INCOMING! and dive for my glasses, just to discover nope, the dog is having a date with his toy snake, and dragged it up onto the bed because of course everybody likes to share.

Date: 2017-07-08 12:41 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] futureyesterdaz.livejournal.com
"Fixed" (quaint euphemism, sounds like he was broken!) only means no procreation. Intercourse is still possible, and indeed, harem eunuchs were wont to avail themselves, I believe...

Date: 2017-07-09 01:17 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] negothick.livejournal.com
I believe the verb is used in the sense of "And I'll fix you!" which means that the brokenness is yet to come.

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