Hmmmm..... Decisions, Decisions...
Tom: Needless to say, I feel a tad disadvantaged when it comes to tails. #1 has promised to take a video one of these days to show you at what incredible speed I can wag my tail. In the meantime, here is a fun picture which shows that I do have a rather nice tail, with a white accent at the tip, and also to show you that I was born with "the mark of the cat" on my rump!
Isn't that extra cool?
Both of you have very beautiful tails. I love how expressive Sen-Chan's is and your markings are so unique, Tom. Being a boring solid color dog I don't have any markings to flaunt.ReplyDelete
I've only had one bad experience with a springer, but one should never blame the breed. Me and my mom just hold grudges against that particular springer's owners. Any spaniel, as long as they're not snarling in my face, is a friend of mine.
Sen Chan i can tell you : your tail is perfectReplyDelete
Tom : your is discreet with a touch of refinement at the tip.
i'm embarassed by mine who is coming on my back, like a handle, but in fact my tail is fragil and can be broken.
That is cool, Tom! You have very nice coloring, and were obviously destined to be a "cat" dog. Sen-Chan, your tail is very siiinuuuuouuuusssss!ReplyDelete
What expressive tails! I walk around with mine curled in an arch over my back. Tails are also really fun to play with!ReplyDelete
Tom, we think you have a very nice dog tail.ReplyDelete
Sen, that's the most pawsome tail we've ever seen. it's so long and it looks like it has a life of its own. wow!
We must admit that we love Sen-Chan's Up Periscope tail! hehehe. Tom, we would very much like to see you put on some tail speed!ReplyDelete
Sen, you have a nice looking periscope!ReplyDelete
Tom and Sen ChanReplyDelete
Gowgeous tails on bof of you!!!
What is the mawk of the Cat?
It sounds cool
I think we need to have a tail-length contest! I don't think we would win. We think Tom should be the judge.ReplyDelete
Abby & Stygia
You both got nice tails,mine is only a stump! What is the mark of a cat?ReplyDelete
Oh Sweety I can see you! :) I wonder if you can hear me all the way over in France? I could always try and sing more loudly if you'd like, though I think Mummy might leave home if I do! ;)ReplyDelete
Purrs and kitty kisses,
What a standing dashing tail!!!!
Sen, we love your long question mark tail! You make me think that I'd like walking in a field, too.ReplyDelete
Tom, remember - it's not the size of the tail that counts, its how much it can make your rump wiggle when you wag it that counts!
Vey nice snap(tale)shots..:)ReplyDelete