Tuesday, September 20, 2016

"It's not the size of the dog in the fight . . ."


". . . it's the size of the fight in the dog", as Mark Twain so memorably said.  This puppy certainly has moxie to spare when it takes on three lion cubs!  (A tip o' the hat to Old NFO for sending me the link to this one.)





I hope it doesn't try to do the same thing when it (and the lions) are a bit older . . .




Peter

9 comments:

Quartermaster said...

is that a Jack Russell terrorist?

Peter said...

It could be. Hard to tell when the pup is so small, but the coloration is right - so is the attitude!

:-)

Anonymous said...

So how big do the cats get before they smack this dog?
Heltau

JL Domingo said...

An example of defective lions.

SiGraybeard said...

This might be a case of conditioning that when the lions are big enough to snap the dog in half with one bite, they'll still think it's not to be messed with.

The cliche, and I don't know if it's true, is that when circus elephants are babies trainers chain them to a stake in the ground that they can't get away from. When they're big enough to pull the stake out with one determined move, it never occurs to them to even try.

Peter B said...

"Get 'em skeered and keep the skeer on 'em"

That dog's name ought to be Forrest.

dave said...

Video is of an F-22 and an F-15. I suspect the link may have changed.

Akatsukami said...

"They're just cats!"

bob k. mando ( the hardest troll here ) said...

i suspect that none of those cats is hungry.