Thursday, September 8, 2011

Man and Beast 2: More of Man's Best Friends

Adam and Eve were best friends with everyone in the Garden of Eden.
All the animals on the Ark loved Noah.


















The friendships continues.
Man is particularly fond of Dogs... 



































They say Dogs and masters, eventually, tend to look like each other.



One starts to see Dogs everywhere.
Dog Rock - Albany, WA, Australia

Sometimes Man gets confused about his relationship with Dogs.













Man has a special relationship with Horses.






George Maharis and Friend



Consider the Cats, Man has a unique attraction to Pussy.

Sphynx Kittens







Rafael Alencar and his Pussy

Sphynx Hat



Hercules the Liger


Farm boy James Elmer and one of his cats.








So sometimes they want some alone time away from Man...
or just to spend time with each other.
 Sometimes the Beast wonders what is wrong with Man.

Sometimes the friendship ends.
Cats headed for the meat market in China.

Scaredy-Cat makes me laugh. So does flying Pussy. 
video

Man has friendships with other Animals, lots of other Animals.
The Lady Clare - John William Waterhouse



Jane Goodall








Anderson Cooper and Friend




















Sometimes the friendship gets too close.

At times Man is the Beast.

Some times the friendships go sour.

 Really sour.
Bear attacks.
Result of a Polar Bear attack.
Another type of Bear attack, a little less deadly.


Bird attacks.
Croc attacks
 Hippo attacks
 Bull attacks
video
 Squid attacks

Camel attacks

 Pussy attacks
 Elephant attacks
 Monkey attacks
  Cassowary attacks
 Goose attacks
Kangaroo attacks
Dog attacks
Hillary Clinton and Friends
Lion attacks
 Llama attacks
 Piranha attacks

 Komodo Dragon attacks


Last but not least...
The Beast of Gévaudan (French: La Bête du Gévaudan; IPA: [la bɜt dy ʒevɔdɑ̃], Occitan: La Bèstia de Gavaudan) is a name given to man-eating wolf-like animals alleged to have terrorized the former province of Gévaudan (modern day département of Lozère and part of Haute-Loire), in the Margeride Mountains in south-central France from 1764 to 1767

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