Today’s ghastly groaner

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A Rottweiler, a Chihuahua, and a tabby cat transitioned to the afterlife and were seated before the throne of God.

God looked upon each of them and asked, “What do you believe?”

The Rottweiler answered first and said “I believe in training, hard work, loyalty, unconditional love, and the protection of mankind.”

“Very well,” God said. “Come and sit next to me.”

The Rottweiler took its place next to the throne.

“Me too, me too,” the Chihuahua said. “I believe in all those things and in always being the best friend ever.”

“Then you should join me as well.” God said, “Come and sit before me.”

“Tell me, cat,” God said, “What do you believe?”

The cat yawned and replied, “I believe you are seated in my chair.”

— Submitted by Bill and Kathy Schneider

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