Washington, D.C., circa 1930. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. From Shorpy.com.
Translated from French to English, we get “The Dog Caretaker, 1926.” Original photo by André Kertész.
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“A kitten is surrounded by milk bottles bigger than he is.” (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images, 1964.) From Vintage.es.
A cat and a bulldog in a toy car. (From Vintage Everyday, photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images, July 3, 1933.)
Says Sender-Inner Julia G., “It’s long, yes, (22:01!) but worth every single second of kittens-learning-to-walk goodness. Personally, if I were to name this video, it would have been called: ‘Parenting-You’re doing it right!'” [*Note- no audio on this one. -Ed.]
From The Atlantic.com.
“I’m so sick and tired of everyone calling me a dog. ‘Look at that Enid,’ they all say. ‘What a dog.’ So I’m getting my hair done, then a manicure, and then — look out, world, it’s a brand new me!”
A dog with its fur set in curlers at George Constantinides’ hairdressing salon on Hornsey Road, London, December 1968. (Photo by Paul Fievez/BIPS/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Via Gizmodo.