Cats? The witch’s familiar? No way.
Do federal judges have their own line?
Love you Wiley. Our pets will be waiting for us and if we’ve been good to them they’ll put in a good word with St Pete
Bless the beasts and the children, they will go to heaven!
Getting back with my pups would make it more believable, and worth i
Cats and dogs together. They must be thinking “Must hold it together until I get through the gate.”
pets on one side and pests on the other…
“Al Dogs Go to Heaven” exists as a title for a reason. Come to think of it, this could be a late Burt Reynolds tribute.
There should be another line with preferred status for those who rescue animals.
I wonder if St. Peter makes the people take their shoes off?
Cats get a bad press, but . I don’t know why. I have both dogs and cats. They are both loving and affectionate.
Dogs have an advantage in that they get you out of the house into the fresh air, and encourage you to meet people.
Cats have the advantage that if it is a bad weather day, or you just feel like slumping in a corner of the settee with a cup of tea and trashy television, they will accommodate you and cuddle in, talking to you in purrs.
They are both wonderful, and both give us much more than we give them – and certainly a lot more than many of us deserve.
If God didn’t love them, they wouldn’t have such pretty fur.
If there are no horses, I’m not going.
Old Twilight Zone episode in which a man and his dog die together. They get to an entrance but the dog won’t be let in. Choices are made.
All the fur babies get in – no contest!
I’ve seen some cats and dogs that were real stinkers. If people only need to live up to that standard, there should be a 99 percent admission rate.
Isn’t this the truth, or what!
Do not get in the way of the cat agenda! How many lives do YOU have?
Why are none of the people waiting in line smiling?
I’ll buy it, Wiley, but I think there’d still be a lot of butt sniffing at the gate.
I’m glad Wiley included cats, too.
Do the Wiley Bears have their own entrance?
I approve of this message…
and this is the way it should be <3
Ain’t that the truth! Behind all that cuteness,….; well you can never tell…!
Pets – animals in general, I think – are such sermons in faith. They trust us to always do the right thing for them, even when it doesn’t look that way. (A trip to the vet, or instance.) If only people were so true.
If you are waiting in line for St. Peter to judge whether or not you get in based on your own merit, good luck. The best thing you can do is to throw yourself on the mercy of the only righteous judge before it gets to that point.
I’ve heard “All dogs go to Heaven” but not heard that about cats…(Haters: no, I don’t dislike cats, I’m just saying…)
In which God reviews all your internet comments
On my morning run there was a dog that would come out and bark at me every time I passed. Very annoying. One day I discovered a tennis ball at the side of the road, picked it up and bounced it once. The dog stopped barking and went down on its front paws. Threw the ball and the dog retrieved it. After several iterations, I continued on my run. The next day the dog came out again but did not bark. I flippantly said, “Find the ball!” and dog bolted into the yard, picked up a tennis ball somewhere in the grass, and brought it back to me. My morning run was made much more fulfilling after that.
I’m not Catholic, but today’s cartoon struck me, for it’s timing. Today is the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi – patron saint of animals.
But, where are the 72 virgins I was promised?
What about the pit bull that attacked my cat and left her bleeding to death right in our front yard? (Yes, I know the killer canine’s owners are at fault for letting the dog out without a leash, but what goes through the head of a creature that attacks and kills for no good reason? At least coyotes eat their kills.)
A good reason to name your dog Calvin.
What you don’t see is that 50 feet further on, the path divides into 2 new paths titled “Dogs” and “Cats”. The “Dogs” path leads on to Heaven. The “Cats” path spirals downward to Hell. FYI.
All dogs (and cats) go to heaven.
“Let EVERYTHING that hath breath praise the Lord.”
Pets give unconditional love. People, not so much.
If the pre-approved gate accepts cats, I know many people who would simply step out of the other line. But, (two comments for the price of one, today!), if it were a doggy heaven, they would let people in while cats would only allow servants!
Looks good to me.
A very popular concept by those who created their own parallel version of their religion. They should write their own Bible. I’d like to read it. Only it isn’t codified.
Read this somewhere on the internet. I don’t recall the author’s name, but it is very true. “Dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole.” Since I love them both, I will say the same applies to cats.
Worth watching Billy Collins “The Revenant” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4vmiAUMTzA
I think I see Sarah, who I had to let go of on September 23, 2018. The ache is real.
WOW! wmbrainiac!! Did YOU leave yourself open to multiple blood-lettings.
When you have an animal companion, you save money, because:
1) You don’t have to buy them a car
2) You don’t have to send them to college
3) You don’t have to give them a wedding
4) And you don’t have to bail them out of jail !
Unconditional love wins out every time.
Then there was the lawyer who tried to Sue his way into Heaven.
He forgot who the Judge is.
Well done, Wiley. If there ain’t no dogs in Heaven, I ain’t goin’!
I have that on a T-shirt I got at the Mark Twain cave!