27 November, 2021

saturday critters

waiting patiently for his/her human.  He was getting a little restless so he moved over to the driver's side to get a better look and wasn't too happy about it.  He was outside looking in to a cafe.



linking up with Eileen's saturday critters

42 comments:

  1. The second photo is just brilliant. Well done, Bill.

    God bless.

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  2. Dogs have feelings. This little guy's biggest fear is that his human will not return... it's a fact.

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  3. A nice critter with a very expressive eyes... Have a splendid day. Bill ( ˘︹˘ )

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  4. Dogs don't like to be left alone...

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  5. Hello,
    Cute doggie, the photos made me smile. The second shot is just adorable.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment!

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  6. That last photo, especially, made me smile. :-)

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  7. También el tiempo de espera, a los animales se les hace larga.

    Se ve precioso el perrito, mirando por el cristal.

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  8. Hi Bill.

    Very nice photos.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  9. This made me laugh. He doe look like he's not too happy with the situation.

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  10. It looks quite possible that that dog always looks bereft!

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  11. How cute! And how funny that I used to have that little hula girl in my BMW. Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. Oh, this dog should be a character actor! Such great photos. Wonderful subject!

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  13. They say that animals don't have facial expressions, but if that's not anxious....

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  14. What a cute face. I never like seeing dogs left in cars, it is never good for them.

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  15. This critter does look very worried. Maybe he'll just drive away.

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  16. Hello, Poor dog looks worried rather than sad, fears his owner won't return! It's a fun picture though dog in driving seat.:=)
    Have a good weekend,

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  17. We see a lot of dogs in windows here in the RV park. It can get warm so people leave their air conditioners running. - Margy

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  18. They never like to be left behind! Nice shots, Bill!
    Did the storm hit you?

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    1. Storm Arwen visited yesterday and left lots of rain, hail and gusty winds. Still going on today but not as bad as yesterday.

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  19. Nope, not a happy looking puppy.

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  20. Looks so cute! Second photo is Perfect. Really good job Dear Bill.

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  21. Facial expression is really interesting...

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  22. Hola Bill, se le ve preocupado esperando, la segunda fotografía es muy Bonita.
    Feliz fin de semana.
    Saludos

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  23. Oh que lindo, está se sentindo só, e esperando o fotógrafo para mais uma foto.

    Te desejo uma ótima noite.
    Um abraço.

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  24. Quite an expressive little doggy face! I've read that dogs have been cohabiting with humans so long that they have in fact developed human-like facial expressions to cultivate their interspecies relationships. Good example here.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  25. I think in the first picture he looks mad and the second one frightened.

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  26. Awww he is such a sweetie.
    Lovely photographs Bill.

    All the best Jan

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  27. As long as he doesn't have a car key, he should be okay.

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  28. I have to smile :-))) even though the little one wasn't so happy ... was waiting for his friend to return.
    The photo behind the wheel ... ready for a film :-)))
    Have a nice first Advent for you.
    We had the first little snowflakes yesterday afternoon ...

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  29. If you are waiting for your boss in a pub. The waiting can be very long indeed.

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  30. Poor wee soul. I always hate seeing dogs tied to lamp posts or in cats when the owner is in a shop :-|

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  31. Estou à espera que ele dê a volta à chave do carro e prossiga seu passeio! :-))
    Adorei ambas as imagens, mas a última está muito especial! Um grande abraço!
    Ana

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