Cats and Dogs at Play - Free PowerPoint Presentation

Cats and Dogs at Play - Free PowerPoint Presentation

Will and Guy have put together this PowerPoint Presentation showing cats and dogs caught playing in amusing poses.  The slides develop a narrative of their own, all centred on the word - fun.

Kitten - Just hanging around

Kitten Hanging Around


Cat showing a fine balancing act

Cat balancing act on ball


Now its the dogs turn to have some fun

A dog out For a ride in the car

Dog rides in a car


Dog's revenge

Here is one for all those dogs that have been tormented by clever smart cats.

Dog sits on cat

Free PowerPoint Slide Show - Cats and Dogs at Play

Free PowerPoint Slide Show - Cats and Dogs at Play


Cats and Dogs at Play

  1. Enjoy these photos from Will and Guy
  2. Led go ob my node (let go of my nose)
  3. Wait until your dad gets home!
  4. Anything you can do we can do better
  5. Ah, but can you balance like this?
  6. Perhaps not; but I can do this...
  7. This is fun
  8. Sleepy time with mum
  9. This is the life
  10. Oh dear
  11. You can't see me
  12. Out for a ride in the car
  13. I'm just hanging about the place
  14. Fully grown Chihuahua
  15. We're waiting for Halloween
  16. I wish I hadn't done this
  17. Whoops
  18. How do I look?

Will and Guy did not breed these cats and dogs.  We didn't even take all the pictures, our contribution was to select the images and create the cat and dog PowerPoint Presentation.

Cat-ching On By Charlene Wexler

I've been trying hard to make Tyrone into a dog, but it just isn't working. Having been a dog person for the majority of my 60-some odd years, I really don't know what to do with a cat.

Why do I have Tyrone? An empty nester, retired and living in the country, I wanted no more pets to take care of and worry about. Then this adorable black and white tabby started to hang around, and I fed him.

You know how that goes. After spending money on shots and surgery to get him spayed, I had to let him move in. I reasoned that it was a good idea to have an animal around to help protect me. With fond memories I thought about how our collie, Charley, barked loudly and circled around any visitors before letting them near me.

Tyrone is almost as big as a small coyote, and as fierce as any predator. I watched him narrow his eyes, hiss fiercely, and stretch out his paws when the neighbor's cat dared to step on our property.

So I felt safe having him around--that is until a stranger rang our doorbell and Tyrone made a beeline for unknown parts. When I called him he looked back with an expression that said, "Lady, you are on your own. I take care of myself only!"

The most disturbing part of having a cat, as opposed to a dog, is the cat's ability to jump. Here I was entertaining some new neighbors with a gourmet lunch, when I noticed the cat extending his body and surveying the table top. Being new to cats, I hadn't realized he was planning to jump up onto the middle of the table, upsetting my food and dishes.

Just think, all those years I thought it was so terrible when my dog jumped up and greeted my guests at the door. A few hairs of fur on a guest were nothing compared to a splattered plate of pasta.

After the guests left, Tyrone wouldn't even eat the ruined food. He ate only fancy cat food or tuna. Charlie would have cleaned up the food off the floor and finished the leftovers. 

Tyrone had lived the first half of his life outdoors, so it was virtually impossible to keep him inside or to trim down his claws. Dogs were kept in place by leashes, and fences, and I never had to worry about my dogs getting lost. Now I was spending days calling Tyrone, and looking around our three acres for him. Of course he never responded to my calls. A dog comes when you call him, and a cat comes when he is ready.

On the plus side, cats do not need to be walked. They adjust to litter boxes easily, and they can be left alone for days. The make very little noise, and they don't need the same level of attention dogs need. In fact, sometimes I think Tyrone does me a favor by letting me play with him and pet him.

When he is done he just curls up and goes to sleep. If I should wake him to start playing again, he will hiss and reach out with a sharp claw poised to strike.

Come to think of it, he reminds me of my husband.

Charlene Wexler's book 'Milk and Oranges' is published by Amazon it's only $4.59.

Will and Guy empathise with this tale, and appreciate a writer who knows how to craft words.  See more work by Charlene Wexler.


Cats and Dogs Getting Along Together

Mutt Adopts MoggiesDog adopts kittens

A female dog is nursing a litter of kittens which were orphaned when their mother died.

Their owner, Cai, of Jiangmen, China said he has been raising cats and dogs together for more than 10 years, and they all got along together well, however, this was the first time he had ever seen kittens being nursed by a dog Will and Guy have learned.

The four kittens seemed happy and content with their new mother's milk, while the dog was tending to its adopted family with love and care. 'Several days ago, the kittens' mother died after eating a poisoned rat, leaving behind a litter of kittens without a source of milk,' Cai volunteered. 'The kittens' cries may have stirred the dog's maternal nature, since it too had recently given birth. It volunteered to take over and feed the kittens of its old friend.'

The dog's own puppies had been taken away by one of its grown-up offspring. Cai mused, 'That's perhaps another reason why the dog adopted the kittens. She lost all of her own children.'

See more cat stories.

Bliss for Sharing Cat and Dog Bliss for cat and dog

A dog and a cat which have recently given birth in China are taking it in turns to look after the "kids" for each other.  Both animals are owned by Gao Shunhong, of Fushun, Liaoning province, China, who adopted the dog two years ago and the cat one year ago.

'They get along together incredibly well for a cat and dog,' he told the Fushun Daily newspaper.  Two weeks ago, the cat gave birth to a litter of two kittens, and three days later, the dog produced a litter of six puppies.

'Both mothers put their cubs together in the same box, and rotate in nursing them,' said Gao.  'When the dog is out, the cat will lie down and nurse the kittens and puppies, and when the dog came back, the cat would go out, leaving the nursing job to the dog.  If both mothers are in, the cubs can get quite mixed up, with the cat nursing the puppies, and the dog nursing the kittens. It's really odd - but a great picture of harmony.'

Another Cat and Dog in Harmony

Cat and Dog

How to Create a PowerPoint PresentationHow to Create a PowerPoint Presentation

Making presentations in PowerPoint is satisfying, moreover, it's easy to get started.  The PowerPoint program is intuitive to learn and easy to create your own PPT slides and build them into a slide show.  If you have Microsoft Office you may find that you already have PowerPoint along with Word and Excel. 

One way to begin is simply to open any example presentation.  Just download one of our free PPT files and open it with PowerPoint.  As you examine the slides, so it will become obvious how to add pictures and titles, if you do get stuck, ask the wonderful built-in 'Help'.  To make an amazing slide show requires these skills;

  • Imagination - Think an idea, then build a themed slide set
  • Artistic - An eye for a good picture
  • Wordsmith - Choose a catchy title for each slide
  • Humour - Your viewers will appreciate a funny PowerPoint Presentation
  • PowerPoint mechanics - Actually, this is the easiest skill of them all, the program is so intuitive.

Good luck with creating your PowerPoint Presentation

Will and Guy

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