We were having a conversation about pets the other day, and, in particular, the look your dog/cat gets on its face if it sees you naked. I must admit, when my dog was a puppy, he used to come everywhere with me - the shower, the toilet, wherever - because I was worried he would pee in the house and I wouldn't be there to find it. There was never any problem and he seemed to enjoy coming around with me as everything was a new adventure. So anyway, the other day, I got out of the shower and he rushed up to lick all the water off (what is with that?!) but then he kind of looked at me and I swear his face was like "Oh my God. You're not wearing any clothes!" and he glanced at the floor, glanced up at me again and then gave me one of those "out of the corner of his eye" looks. I think he was embarrassed LOL. My friend, who has a cat, says it's the opposite with his cat - if his cat ever sees him naked, it gets a "heh heh heh... it's time to have some fuuuuuun" look in its eye. His last warning to me? Never EVER walk naked around a cat - they know... and they will pounce at any swinging bits given half a chance. So does your pet "know"? Does it "know" other stuff? Like when your upset or when your having a heated conversation (ears back "Am I in trouble too?" look)? When you're about to go out and he/she is not invited (sheepish and quietly hides under the table)? When you're about to go out and he/she is invited (excitedly running like a maniac around the house)?