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  1. Maggi
    September 14, 2011 @ 6:30 am

    FYI! I studied this picture for awhile. On the side of the picture, if you look closely, is a link— I went into this website and it is in a foreign language. Some of the photos they have are very pretty, but, none of them need to be published on I didn’t stay in long enough to look for this particular picture.


  2. Maggi
    September 14, 2011 @ 6:15 am

    These are 2 beautiful animals. Who in their right mind would put them in the same pen together, even if they were raised together? This is not funny at all! ya’ll need to screen your material better.


  3. Frankie
    September 13, 2011 @ 3:51 am

    Chilliminnie, all of these photos are all up to ones own interpretation. It’s your own imagination. Optimist or pessimist half empty or half full. My opionin is the looks on the Dalmations face does not lead me to believe it’s happy with the enviorment.


  4. chilliminnie
    September 13, 2011 @ 2:58 am

    I agree, this is not funny, but I say again, is the dog really in danger?


  5. Lola Angel
    September 12, 2011 @ 1:48 pm

    to “Howard” who says…”clearly see the tigers claws are extended and pulling at the dogs flesh” – you need glasses. I see no extension of claws at all. If the flesh was being “pulled” the entire skin in that area would show indications of stretching. It almost appears to be a ’embellished’ picture meaning the tiger is placed over the dog on what is puter talk as a layer. It almost looks like the dog is back and the tiger is in the forefront. If the tiger was about to strike, he would be showing teeth and like a dog, his shoulder hackles would be raised and ears would be tight against his head. Now, would someone in the know, please explain this situation? Like I posted earlier, were these two raised together? And now I ask, is this a ‘staged’ picture that has been layered to appear they are together?


  6. mary bare
    September 12, 2011 @ 12:11 pm

    dalmations, by reputation r not agressive dogs..mine was so gentle,but she would come to my aid if prompted..she was MY dog..she would follow me from room to room…i still miss her so very much..


  7. mary bare
    September 12, 2011 @ 12:02 pm

    the ASPCA needs to be contacted..the dal looks just like my rainey GIRL w-ho passed away last year..they r very gentle, loving dogs..but this one looks mad..teeth r barred and tiger has claws showing…i hope and pray they r can we find out? beautiful pic of animals, but not funny….


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