Satisfied smug dog sitting at restaurant table awaiting a sumptuous feast that will astonish it.
The Scottish Word:

Callour

Thon Rab Ha o a dug disni ken what ‘his maister’s thee-bane an callour fingered speciality o the day‘ means.

Nor what oor speciality meat wi a bane denner we made for him will cost him personally in his pride, his love, an his job.

Translated:

caller, callour: fresh, just caught, just harvested.

That glutton of a dog does not know what ‘his masters thigh bone and fresh fingered speciality of the day‘ means.

Nor what our speciality meat with a bone dinner we made for him will cost him personally in his pride, his love, and his job.

ˈkɑlər

Cats and dogs have different attitudes to their owners.

Cats can be cruel sometimes.

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