Sunday was National Dog Day, which apparently is celebrated on August 26 each year by anyone who happens to know about it. Even though most people do not know about National Dog Day, everyone knows that dogs are awesome, especially Boston Terriers, which are the best dog ever for all sorts of reasons, the main one being that purebred dog people are always going on and on about how their dogs are still suitable for the task for which they were bred, e.g., they do not actually take their Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever down to the pond to lure ducks with his attractive white markings, but they could if they wanted to. The Boston Terrier, however, was originally bred to be a little super-deformo pit bull fighting dog, yet there never was a BT in the world who would fight, they just want to play and be happy and lick your hand and eat delicious treats. In other words, the breed was always a total failure at the task for which it was bred, and that is why it is still awesome even today.
Another reason why dogs are awesome is that they experience the same messed-up neurotic emotions as we humans do. That is why there is a special site for dog shaming:
The main difference between dogs and cats, then—besides being different species, and pooing in boxes, and then walking all over the countertop where you prepare food with their poo-encrusted feet—is that cats apparently do not feel shame, and that is why they allowed this dance to happen:
And another difference is that National Cat Day is not August 26, it is October 29.
Thanks for reading my blogpost this time and may Dog bless.