PMon came for a kissy kiss while I was smoking the Super Magnum Morretti, I blew a big blast in his nose, he jumped off the porch, went around the big Pine tree twice like he had a rocket up his ass, came back, no kissy kiss. :rofl:
My cats are the same . They will come out of their various hiding places if a pipe is going, but any in the face and they get upset. It takes a big puff to get them to leave though....they're troopers!
My dog Tucker will bare his teeth and snit his tongue in and out between them whenever a big cloud erupts and he is anywhere near me. It is the funniest thing I've ever seen; I can't help but smile every time.
Bradley, my dog Abby is the opposite. She tries to get up in my lap every time I go out to smoke. She puts her nose near my pipe to smell the tobacco I have put in it. She doesn't mind the smoke to much. Then again I do have a crazy Staffordshire Terrier.
My cats circle around in my shop when I'm puttering away while puffing a bowl. When I sit at the workbench they think they need to come inspect whatever it is I'm doing.
They get close, sniff a bit, scrunch up their nose and sneeze! Then they head out to the main part of the barn to aggravate my horses instead of hanging around with me.
My dog just doesn't care. Will sit at my feet no matter what. Well, unless one of the barn cats is within sight. Then the "herding gene" takes over and the chase begins.
What a cutie....
My cats love it when I go out back for a smoke - I'll let them play in the yard, as long as they stay inside the fence. The minute anyone goes up or over, they all get chased back inside, so they're learning to stay put. Mostly. :lol: