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This is Piedog as a wee little puppy in the shelter in South Carolina 5 1/2 years ago
Our best friend in a trying time.
She has that 'annoyed to have my ass washing interrupted' look
My Kitty is quite determined in all she does. Interruptions to her daily routines are unacceptable to her mostly.
Geez. He is either tired or very unhappy about something.
One of our hairy lads gets extra food because his brother is a hog. Cats have a way of turning the tables on you. Made the mistake of giving him turkey from a deli. Now all other treats are unacceptable and supermarket bird meat is a grievous insult.
Dogs can take a similar stance, Kobi usually gets some of any meats I buy at the grocers, turkey, chicken, beef, whatever it is...He eats twice a day along with a snack here and there between meals so knows he gets kibble in the morning and his dinner could be canned dog food and/or any meat I'm cooking for myself if I eat meat for dinner...Ater eating bison filet mignon yesterday he won't touch his kibble this morning, he didnt even go to his bowl and sniff it like he usually does but looks at me like 'is that all?'...lol
Christmas morning. House is dead quiet. There are creatures stirring however. Frank is my copilot.
Larry the Downing Street cat from London looks just like my Mau Mau but he hasn't been fighting.
bottomless pit .....
Wow cracker dog he likes them I bet .
The moral of this story is: don’t leave food out on the counter if you own an animal. My niece came home from the grocery store and left a pack of Oreos on the counter. She had to run back out for a few minutes. When she got back the Oreo package was on the floor and was broken into. It ends up that their labradoodle decided on having some dessert.
My niece panicked and called the vets office. Dogs aren’t supposed to have chocolate, right? It ends up that Oreos have vary little chocolate in them. The dog was ultimately okay.
Chocolate is second to last on the ingredients list.
Not the only super early riser I see.
My neighbor's was dog in the house alone one day and got into a big package of Oreo Double Stuff. Then he got the screamers and being a Good Boy wouldn't make a mess on the floor. So he went for the cat pan and literally filled it to the top with quivering liquid Evil. Well, we give him points for the effort and creativity but talk about pissing off the cat ..........
My dogs are mutts and one day one of them helped himself to a big cheese danish left unattended on the counter. When people asked what kind of dog he was I always said Danish Wolfhound. Har Har Har.
It all goes down the pipe. I could be eating rocks
So, even though they are hermetically sealed with cellophane (or whatever it is), a dog can smell the cookies?
I never had a dog.
I’m only getting up early because of our cat. Chloe is now 17 1/2 years old. We are pretty sure she is getting senile, is hard of hearing and has arthritis. In the past few months she has taken to meowing in the dead of night. Sometimes feeding her quiets her down, sometimes not. Even my wife is getting tired of listening to the cat during the morning hours. Unfortunately, my wife could sleep through a dropping of bombs. I am a light sleeper so I get cat feeding duty more often than not.
Dogs sniffers are 200,000 times more sensitive to smells than our human noses.
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