Wednesday, 22 January 2014

First attempt

This is my first attempt at uploading a video clip to my blog. More practice needed!! 

It's easier to see what's going on if the view is enlarged. J

Jellicoe is watching a beagle stealing food and he is nonplussed. 'Why doesn't the DOG jump up like I do?' he asked me.'It's so much quicker and easier.'
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Here is a clearer view of what Jellicoe was watching.

13 comments:

  1. Cats are WAY smarter than dogs....but let's give this little guy his due....that was pretty smart.

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  2. What a smart dog! I just can't believe it pushed the chair like that. Borders on genius. LOL.

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  3. Cute video but my cats agree with Jellicoe. The dog needs to work on his jumping skills, what good is a brain without a fit body. They would have jumped on the counter, opened the oven door, decided the food was cold, closed the door and heated it up. LOL!

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  4. Unbelievable.
    What a stupid dog.
    No wonder Jellicoe was puzzled.

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  5. I have never seen a dog push a chair over to help it jump on a counter. That is definitely a very intelligent dog.

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  6. No stopping you now. I hear Bill Gates is recruiting!

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  7. I don't know which is cuter - the dog, or the cat so intently watching the dog. Thanks for the morning laugh!

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  8. How funny - I thought for one minute you had acquired another dog!

    Happy new Year - sorry for my prolonged absence

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  9. Good for you! I still haven't figured out exactly how to do this.

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  10. Very cute Janice, thanks for sharing.

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  11. I watched the video but had to shield my eyes from the writing that scrolled across backwards then rolled around to the front. That's the sort of thing that hurts my eyes and can trigger a headache, although it didn't this time.

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  12. I love the way Jellicoe stops watching when it is over. Most intelligent! My cats like nature programmes-well mainly Lily who follows the movements of the birds. Occasionally they have been interested in big cats walking along too.

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  13. I see why Jellicoe loved watching this. You could tell he was engrossed in what was happening. Congratulations on uploading the video!

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