"Things You Wouldn't Know If We Didn't Blog Intermittently."
The story probably depends as much upon the perspective of the viewer as the content of photo itself. Ex: The story the photojournalist thought he/she was telling: Woman reunited with cat believed perished in house fire. Other possible stories: 1) Cats nonplussed, pretty much always — also lukewarm on people, rescues, photojournalism, etc. 2) Dog smells a photo-op, literally. 3) Post-millennial apparel places strong emphasis on functionality. 4) Humans are weird.
5) "Thanks, but I don't have a cat."
"PLEASE DON'T TAKE MY CAT MISTER!!" I'm terrible.
Dog: Smells like our cat...
That looks exactly like my grey cat. I have to pass on the snark and go with the obvious story here.
When a random arsonist torched our studio, back in '88, one of our cats died from smoke inhalation, but JuJu survived and was brought out by a fire fighter crawling underneath the dense smoke. He was my hero!
Extremley smelly cat reunited with owner after getting stuck up a tree...
Cat: The dog survived?! $&#*!!!!Sometimes I'm glad cameras are so prevalent in our society. Great moment.
Woman to Fireman ~ "You have given me my life back, and I will never be able to thank you enough"...