A couple of years ago, I used to post a series known as The Dog that Lives on the Fishing Raft.
The dog’s name is Dor Dor; but unfortunately he was drowned when he took for a swim and could not get back onto the raft.
Here is a picture showing Dor Dor at sleep ( or is he just pretending to sleep?)
Hope he is enjoying his sleep in Heaven.
I never knew the range of possible relationships between dogs and cats until I read this.
The following is extracted from Wikipedia on the range of their Relationships:
Dogs have a natural instinct to chase small prey that flee.
Most cats will flee from a dog, while others will take actions such as hissing, arching their backs and swiping at the dog.kk
If appropriately socialized, cats and dogs may have relationships that are not antagonistic, and dogs raised with cats may prefer the presence of cats to other dogs. Even cats and dogs that have gotten along together in the same household may revert to aggressive reactions due to external stimuli, illness or play that escalates.
Here is a photo showing Dor Dor and the cat that also lives on the fishing raft.
Afterall, they don’t seem to be antagonistic!
Some readers asked whether Dor Dor has any friends that are not human.
In fact, his life on the fishing raft can sometimes be quite lonely.
Apart from the toys he has, his only friend is this cat.
Incidentally, this cat looks quite like the black and white toy he used to have close by him when he is sleeping.
Here are three photos which show Dor Dor in action.
Many of my previous photos showed him more or less stationary.
The last one shows him having a toy in his mouth.
These are the more active side of Dor Dor.
Hope you like them 🙂
Have you ever watched closely how your pet sleeps?
Here is an image showing Dor Dor in his sleep . . . . . . . . . with a toy on his side.
Does he need emotional stability even in his sleep?
Does he want to have toys even in his dreams?
He seems to be sleeping happily.
I may sure that he is dreaming happily too 🙂
There are ways suggested so that your dog can pose for pictures.
Here is another picture taken by CP when the sun has almost set.
Dor Dor was in a lying position with the beautiful sky and the fish farm behind him.
He looked so relaxing!
A shower a day, keeps the heat away!
Here is a photo taken by my friend CP.
Dor Dor’s owner, a woman, was giving him a shower.
She belongs to the Tanka people – people who catch fishes in Hong Kong for a living. With fish resource now dwindled, some of them resort to rearing fishes in the sea.
Her traditional straw hat keeps out the sun, she was wearing a colorful shirt and has Crocs on for her shoes.
In the picture, you can also see how those mariculture rafts are assembled – basically inexpensively from plastic water tanks on the peripheral and with fish nets in the interior.
Hope this picture helps you to understand the condition under which Dor Dor lives!