Sign of the Times

As part of its ongoing commitment to diversity, the Canal and River Trust has installed all new bi-species outdoor signage.

Via Matthew Dunsdon.



  1. I love you brain NTMTOM!!

  2. I love it!

  3. If one species picks up the poops of another species, who is in charge?

  4. Shaz aka Sharon D says:

    This is just a copy of North Vancouver signs! Here’s a photo taken in 2005.

    Dog Sign in North Vancouver Park

  5. Mary (the first) says:

    Who knows what “grrrrr, bark, woof” means? Any dog translators here? I only speak cat.

  6. There’s a similar sign in the doggie park in Culver City, CA 🙂

  7. I know who’s in charge at my house and it ain’t me. 🙂

  8. I suspect it means, “Poop wherever you want! Your hooman will take care of it.”

  9. Google translate doesn’t know either .. Bing translates it is
    “Meow purrr puurrr”

  10. Starbucks is way ahead of you in communicating with canines. The ones I’ve been to say something like “As a courtesy to other dogs on the street, please let your humans alone in the store”.

  11. They forgot “sneef.” You know how much dogs love to sneef when they meet. And you know, er, WHAT they like to sneef.