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Topic: PETS - gotta love them! Share funny, loving stories about pets and animals.

  1. Guest_093
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    28 October 2018 in reply to Ggrand
    A big g'day to you and of course to all you beautiful people out there, thanx for the great feedback Ggrand's on my furball family I am quite partial to them myself although a lot of work sometimes take tonite for instance arrived home from work and after relaxing for 10 min went & saw the old gurl who preceded like she allways does in greeting me but tonite she deceided that I was going to get a massage with her claws out on my legs it was like getting acupunture treatment so quickly put her on my shoulder for her nightly cuddle. Snuggy/Cuddy both quickly greeted me as well but it was sniff sniff, pat pat and we are going to play in the big cubboard box in lounge room. So Ggrand you have found my secret lol, yes Spitty is short for Spitfire, could not think of a name at the time that was appropriate?? I would love to put a photo on my avatar I do have 1 on my computer but I don't know how to put underneath my 'unique name' perhaps you could tell me how to do it 1 day, I would love to do it! Time for bed now, so will catch up with all you good folk another time. Take it easy everyone. Cheers Spitfire1
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    hi everyone just wanted to share this story on my furfamily latest adventure in the names of Snuggles and Cuddles, sitting here a couple of nights ago and heard a noise in the house somewhere, Spitty was laying in the loungeroom chilling out so it was'nt her making a noise so asked housemate what the noise was, got dunno in reply again a couple of minutes later I heard a noise again same question and answer, no-one got up to investigate the noise at all, so wandered into kitchen and just happened to glance down hallway and spotted 2 sweet little furry faces peering at me from Spitty's room and the looks on them says we know we are not allowed here when put to bed but we are here and not coming out, turns out they have learnt to pull on doorhandle of door to open so next day it was a very early trip into Bunnings to get a new bedroom door handle this time without a lever, have not seen them after putting them to bed now, funny that? Cheers Spitfire1
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  3. Ggrand
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    6 February 2019 in reply to Guest_093

    Hello Spitfire,

    Thank you for sharing your gorgeous little kittens antics with us...I used to have kittens many years ago and they gave me hours of delight..

    They sound so mischievous and cute, just like little children..and they seem to know what’s allowed or not..Then they give us that cute little look that melts our heart....They are much more smarter then we know with different personalities...

    Kind thoughts,

    Grandy..

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  4. Lee lee 73
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    10 March 2019 in reply to Ggrand

    Hello Grandy and everyone,

    I have just gotten a 12 week old Kitten I named Zac. He is sooooo adorable. I already have a 2yr old named Iszy who is my everything. Now I have 2 everythings.

    Iszy is struggling accepting Zac which is totally understandable. She is super scared but I am so proud of her at the same time. It has only ever been Iszy and I. She is too scared to come upstairs which is where she would spend the most of her days soaking up the sun and watching the world go by. I was almost in tears 2 days ago. My heart was breaking. I kept them separated on zacs arrival, only having each other's scent.

    Zac had free run of my bedroom and ensuite upstairs. He is full of beans and at the same time, very much a snuggle puss. He is the cutest kitten, chocolate in colour and has dark tips on his ears and little feet ...and he has that gorgeous kitten smell. His first night in the bathroom he cried. I was trying to be 'consistent' from the start but nope, it didn't happen. Last night he slept under my chin....until 4am.

    The first night, the 3 of us did not sleep. I'd spent that day taking it turns sitting with them 30mins at a time each. Thank goodness Iszy still gave me headpumps and let me cuddle her. I have been giving her extra cuddles and reassurance. I do miss her jumping on my bed in the mornings, she is very silent doing so.

    Zac on the other hand is a pouncer with a loud thud. Even when I am playing with him upstairs. When I'm with Iszy downstairs we can hear all this thumping. ..iszy and i just look at each other.

    I sat with Iszy outside in the courtyard with her harness, yesterday afternoon and this morning. She was her normal self outside which is a good sign. I've moved her bed food and water close to her hidey spot. Yesterday she ate a little, today a lot better.

    Now all the doors are open. Zac played downstairs whilst Iszy observed a bit before hissing^growling. Yesterday they did have an unexpected encounter lots of hissing and groweling. So proud of Iszy with how she handled the situation.

    I am soooo loving my furbabies. Gosh I love them.

    As I write this, I am playing with zac with his toys. He has the cutest kitten noises , I'm loving his clumsiness, his attempts to jump on my bed, his pouncing on the floor and his willingness to keep trying. Gotta love our pets hey Grandy 🤗🤗😍😍💓💓

    Love Lee

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    10 March 2019 in reply to Lee lee 73

    Hell Lee,

    Zac sounds absolutely adorable...and so cute..You certainly have your hands full looking after, loving and caring for your gorgeous fur family...I really hope that Izsy and Zac become the best of friends..it might take some time but I hope in their own time that they will be great friends...A lot of patience is going to be required for all.

    Little kittens are just so much little explores and mischievous at most times...

    Isnt it strange how adult animals are afraid of babiy animals...I remember when I had fur buddy daddy, he was so scared of the puppies that he refused to come into the same room with them..when he did come in..he went straight behind my lounge and stayed their...but in time he started playing with them, as I’m sure Izsy will in her own time..

    I hope the three of you all have some fun times with lots of beautiful and funny memories to be made..

    Thank you so very much for sharing your two beautiful cats with us...

    Love and hugs..💜🤗.

    Grandy..

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    Hello everyone,

    I live in a rural area with my Great Dane. Usual routine each day is he wakes me about 6.30 to let him out to puddle, I open the laundry door for him & leaving it open go back to my room to get dressed or to wait under the covers for him to come back in then he gets fed. One morning last month he came back in as I was still getting dressed & he did his usual watching my every move in anticipation of my being dressed & ready to feed him.

    Before I was ready he suddenly dashed out to the lounge obviously in pursuit of something. Having had the odd bird fly in before I assumed that's what it was & raced after him to save it. I have the cube shelving as the side table to my couch & he had cornered the 'bird' in one of the cubes, I grabbed him & shut him out of the lounge then came back & pulled the couch away from the shelving so I could reach the 'bird'.

    But it wasn't a bird, it was a baby fox which was hissing & showing needle sharp teeth. What to do? It wasn't very big but those teeth looked sharp. Tried wildlife vic & rspca neither could help as foxes are considered vermin. I was going to have to deal with it by myself. While trying to think what diseases foxes carry if it bit me I tossed a hand towel over it & made a grab.

    It was sooo small it fitted in my hand, the poor little thing just froze & looked up at me with big brown eyes & that adorable baby animal look. I could feel it's little heart going so fast, it might be vermin but I couldn't hurt it. In past years I have seen the mother fox with cubs in the neighbouring paddock so I carried it outside & put it under a bush next to the fence line. Of course I then spent the rest of the day worrying if it would be alright & stopping myself from going to check on it. That evening I heard fox calls & when I checked next day it had gone so I think mum found it.

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    11 March 2019 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hello Paw Prints..

    Wow..What a very exciting night you had with a little baby fox..they are so cute 🦊...In saying that his little teeth would have been like really sharp little needles and oh so painful if the fur baby bit you..ouchy...I’m so pleased and thought what a beautiful heart you have to race out to save what you thought was a bird...and had a lovely surprise to see and hold a baby fox in your hands...

    Youre Great Dane sounds wonderful and they know our routine don’t they, I mean waiting in anticipation of his meal...Lol but I had a little giggle imagining this giant dog running around being a good guard dog and protecting you...

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely story..

    Grandy.

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  8. Lee lee 73
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    11 March 2019 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hi Pawprints,

    Absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for sharing. Great Danes are such gentle giants.

    Thank you 🐾

    Lee

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    11 March 2019 in reply to Paw Prints
    Hi PawPrints Thankyou for sharing your story about your Great Dane, he sounds like a lot of fun and games as well as being playful and affectionate..) I too love my furbabies, the oldest being a 11 year old cat who just sleeps under the quilt nowadays and has a little play around midnight lol. The 2 youngest being around 14 months old and they are 2 little balls of terror, if they can get into any kind of mischief they will, it means virtually keeping an eye on them when they are wandering around the house although as of late they are becoming a little argumentive in their discussions with each other, both trying to lay their own boundaries with each other and pushing the wrong button with each other pretty interesting nowadays by the way they are both desexed. Cheers Spitfire1
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    12 March 2019 in reply to Ggrand

    Hi gorgeous Grandy and everyone ☺

    Gorgeous stories. They make you feel good.

    Hoping I haven't said this already here.

    I'm scared of dogs or any animals until trust same for most of them too.

    Staying at my brothers once they have a as per Labradors a beautiful gentle nature she's a soft tan I guess sort of Gold flecks.

    I was having a dance and she was standing right in front of me with oh those heart melting liquid soft brown eyes. I was smiling and singing (attempting to 😲) and I'm positive she jiggled with me, very gently her backside moved side to side, she's so gorgeous.

    Fantastic thread Grandy 🤗

    💑💜

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    12 March 2019 in reply to Ggrand

    Hello Grandy, Lee & Spitfire1

    Thank you for all your lovely comments.

    Grandy - He is not always so brave, he often wants me to go first to check out scary noises outside especially at night.

    Lee - "Gentle Giant" ??? Hmm I'm pretty sure he didn't get that memo :) He thinks he is a small lap dog who weighs nothing.

    Spitfire1 - You sound like you have your hands full. It's so easy to forget how much energy a puppy/kitten has when we have gotten used to our older pets more sedate ways. Having two at the same time must be like having mini tornadoes whirling through your place. Never having owned a cat are they like puppies, with 2 speeds: full on or sleep?

    Hope you all have a lovely day

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  12. Lee lee 73
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    12 March 2019 in reply to Guest_093

    Hello everyone,

    Spitfire1,

    How long did it take your eldest to get used to the kittens? It's been 5 days now, although we're making slow progress, my eldest still hides. I feel like I've betrayed her 😟. She can at least now tolerate being on the same floor as the kitten. She observes from up high.

    Pawprints - so cute he thinks he's a lap dog.

    DB, it must be frustrating to have that fear but to also at least enjoy your brothers dog.

    Lee

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  13. Guest_093
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    13 March 2019 in reply to Lee lee 73
    good morning pet lovers as to date my oldest girl still will not tolerate the 2 little ones we have a managerial system where the 2 littlies are out in the main arena during the day for about 6 hours and visa versa for my sweet old girl, the oldest generally stays in under the doona in air con with all her home comforts with her and when I am home from work I generally spend time with her having girly time or hubby goes in & spends time with her also, she does not mind a bit. The 2 little rascals are on the go virtually from when they are awake in the morning, discovering boxes to look and climb into, chasing bugs and ghekos on the outside of windows, playing tag up and around the house(watch out anyone) who happens to be in the way lol. I thought that desexing them 6 months ago perhaps would have slowed them down-no did not happen, they are all our family here!!! Many years ago I owned a black labrador named Harley she was a beautiful gentle soul who loved greeting other dogs but did not understand that some dogs did not like her as much, a few times we took her to the vet for this reason, till I learnt the hard way that she was to stay on a leash whenever walking but she crossed over to rainbow bridge due to being 14 years young, still miss her greatly today. Just now remembering 1 game we played with her with a frisbee where we aimed it @ each other (hubby & I) probably 250 metres apart & she run from 1 end to the other chasing the frisbee countless times it got to the stage where she run so much each end that her tongue would be hanging sideways out of her mouth, then we know it was the end of the game for us but she still wanted to continue the game she loved it but we did end up taking her inside to rest for the next 4 hours to recuperate from it but 4pm arrive and she be @ the door waiting for her afternoon walk without fail, it is funny how she knew the time for the walk without fail again. Well it is 1.30 in the morning for me here so time for my old gurl who is sitting by my feet cleaning herself for us both to go to ZZZ land. All the best Spitfire1
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    Hello Spitfire1,

    Had to chuckle at your Harley just wanting to keep playing, I had a Lab called Fred who would chase/retrieve only once, if I threw the toy a second time he would just stand & look at me then look where the toy was, then look at me again, clearly saying you threw it if you want go get it yourself. It's wonderful how they can be the same breed yet so different, your girl sounds like she was a bundle of energy & fun, my boy was a sloth in dogs clothing. One thing they do have in common though is leaving us with joyful memories.

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  15. youcantknow
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    Hello, everyone,

    Just thought id hop on and share my story about. the newest addition to my family!

    Its a puppy, an adorable little dog! I love him so much already, his already the reason I'm getting out of bed most days! I love his hugs and wet kisses. I can tell him anything and everything and he won't judge me, he will just snuggle up against me! no matter what I do or say, I know he will always be there for me!

    I love waking up to c him laying there, right next to me! he makes me feel loved and safe!!

    I highly recommend getting a pet of somesort, my dog has helped my mental health so much already!!

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    16 March 2019 in reply to youcantknow
    hi just saying hello again in all your return posts about your beloved pets! Yes they have this wonderful ability to make yourself feel better about yourself my furgirls definately do that to me and that includes the hubby worst luck lol. Cheers Spitfire1
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    16 March 2019 in reply to Guest_093

    Hey Spitfire,

    what are your pets names?

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    16 March 2019 in reply to youcantknow

    Hello youcantknow,

    What breed is your puppy? I bet puppy has that gorgeous puppy smell too.

    My pets are the reason I am still here . I look forward to hearing your puppy stories.

    Lee

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  19. youcantknow
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    17 March 2019 in reply to Lee lee 73

    He is a beagle x puglier! it's nice to know that someone loves me no matter.

    This morning i was walking him and telling him about random things and this man walked past and gave the weirdest look(like y r u talking to your dog, you do know he can't talk back kinda look) but i don't care because i love him so much!!

    what sort of pets do u have?

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    Hello youcantknow,

    Naaawww your puppy sounds gorgeous. It is amazing how they can help us feel better just by being there. You have so many new things to teach him & adventures together to look forward to. How is the house training going, I've have found over the years some puppies get it really quickly & some take a bit longer.

    Please keep the puppy tales coming

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    17 March 2019 in reply to Paw Prints

    Hello Everyone...

    Thank you all for sharing your adorable pets on this thread...

    Lee..I really hope that Izsy and Zac are starting to get to know each other...

    Deebi👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩......Oh yeas..the stories being shared here about our pets and animals are so soul lifting and as we have a lot of readers only....Pets and animals I’m sure are helping to put a smile on peoples faces...

    Spitfire...Two little kitties.. They sound adorable..lol..they’ll surely keep you busy...I used to make Pom poms for my friends kitten and we would play for hours...Harley sounds like he was a lovely labrador..They are a gentle breed and very affectionate and intelligent...I think that’s why they are the most common breed for seeing eye dogs and companion dogs... Same here had to laugh at Harley’s playtime...We never stop missing our fur friends..😢...once they leave us...

    Paw prints...I think it’s wonderful how every dog/cat has their own unique personality...One of a kind and all different..

    Youcantknow... Your puppy sounds so cute..I hope you have a lot of fun and laughs with your new fur buddy....and have lots of adventurous walks, cuddles and good times...

    Love and hugs..💜💜🤗🤗

    Grandy......xxxx

    I hope everyone enjoys their pets...they really are part of our family..who always does give us unconditional love...💜..




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    17 March 2019 in reply to Ggrand
    G'day all you furry friend lovers, my angel furgirl who is 13years young is called 'Spitfire" lol, she is part long haired persian and part siamese when she is not feeling the best her siamese mi owe happens and she sticks to me constantly for lots of attention and hugs that I do not mind(mostly fur ball times) I should brush her a lot more than I should but that does not allways happen bad me!! The other 2 furgirl munchins are actually my housemates cats they are named Cuddles and Snuggles who are sisters, when John lost his cat to a freak accident over a year ago I looked around the local area for give-away cats and took him to see these kitten family he ended up deciding on the 2 kittens and talked and carried these 2 all the way home in the car, he absolutely adores them we call him the cat whisperer as they both do as he tells them what, which is very strange for cats but they are so cute with him and without him the things they get up to are hilarious I would love to post photo's on here but I don't think you can?? Grande do you have any animals of your own? And what breed is a puglier is it something like a pug breed so your baby would be on the smallish side perhaps? I was just thinking today that I would like to get a small dog for home here some1 that would bark the place down if any strangers came near here as I heard earlier today that a some1 tried to break into a neighoring property about 5 k's away from here we live in a fairly rural area off a highway still thinking about it as mentioned have 3 cats here do not know if it would be well received! Enjoy the animal anctics for the week everyone. Cheers Spitfire1(lol)
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    20 March 2019 in reply to Guest_093

    Hello Spitfire and all.

    I have two little fur buddies..The eldest is Kya the youngest is her daughter Ebony..They are so cute Maltese cross silky..They get along absolutely fantastic together, they are never apart..if one goes outside the other does..Thy are mainly inside dogs..I leave open the back door slightly it’s glass and cut a small doggie door in the screen door, they have the option to be in or out..they stay in mostly with me...

    When I feed them, I use two bowls one each..they never touch the other ones food, or snacks..if one doesn’t eat neither will the other one...I find that very strange..

    There personalities are different..Kya is a barker the watch dog..😁 she is no taller then around 12” and she will hold her own when people walk past..I find it amusing that people are afraid of her..she would never do anything except continually kiss anyone that walks in the yard, Ebony is more gentle and placid, she will bark when mum barks but if anyone talks to her, she runs straight to me for protection...Love them both so very much..they are my baby girls and my biggest reason for being here..no one will ever love them as much as I do..

    I love the sound of your two little fur babies...They must play together a lot and I could only imagine the things that they would get up to...little kittens just don’t stop it’s play, play play all day....lol and night time as well..I’m pleased your enjoying them. They sound adorable..

    Hello Lee...How is Izsy and Zac getting on..I hope so much that they are starting to accept each other and are getting along okay now...

    Love and hugs to you all and your adorable fur buddies..

    Grandy..

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    Hello i have a dog and a cat. My dog is named jesse hes a nearly 9yr old border collie/malamute/cattle dog cross. Jesse loves the water especially chasing the little fish in low tide. He was born with joint problems which has got worse as hes older so we have a large dog pram to help him out when needed. He loves it. My cat is a 13yrold black moggy named milly. She was my deceased mums cat aswell so having her is holding on to the last piece of my mum if that makes sense. My funniest story was with jeese at the local dog park, there were no other dogs at the timeMy dog was in the water along side the park, and a lady walked through the park with a small pet pram. I assumed it was a little dog. But oh no what was in it was a cat! A scary looking rex cat. It spotted jesse and went balistic hissing and spitting in the pram. Jesse heard the commotion and started running round the pram in circles barking while the cats still carrying on and the lady was zig zagging running through the park while im yelling to stop so i can put my dog on a lead. She said her cat loves going for walks which i think is fantastic, but through the middle of an offleash dog park seriously😅

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  25. Wilma1
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    5 April 2019 in reply to Guest_672

    I have a small dog with a big personality. She's the love of my life and my lifeline. There is no doubt in her mind everytime the phone rings that it's for her. The same goes for anyone who comes to the door. Who else accepts us like our pets????

    Loved reading your stories and meeting you families.

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    5 April 2019 in reply to Guest_672

    Hello Whitewolfwarrior, Wilma 1 and all..

    Your little fur family sounds very loving Whitewolfwarrior. I have two little members of my fur family and they keep me amused at times with their antics....

    I was in a bit of a downer today..I read here..and I just lost it big time..😂😂 I could see in my mind This poor lady running all over the place zig zaggy with her Rex cat looking behind and hissing and caring on....I hope the cat had its seat belt on.....😂😂..Thank you for sharing and giving me some peace today as well as a laugh..

    Wilma..I am so please to hear that you little fur buddy is the love of you life...my two are the same...

    They do think that they have to protect us from the front door, I think they need have a look first at who’s at the front door and of course..say hello to your guests...woof woof, bark bark about a hundred times....

    Your so right Wilma..our pets accept us 100%: doesn’t matter what we look like, who we are, they are loving us the best way they can and that’s...unconditionally...And we also love them unconditionally as well.. my two are all I see and talk to for days at a time....

    Love listening to pet and animal stories....anyone is welcome to share their pet or animal stories here...it may just make someone smile....or laugh ....and give them a bit of peace...

    Grandy..

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  27. Guest_672
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    5 April 2019 in reply to Wilma1
    You made me laugh about the phone cause everytime i walk my dog and a car slows down near us or stops jesse thinks its someone for him. Hes tried to get in strangers cars before when they've opened the door cause he things oh goody they've stopped to take me somewhere fun😀
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  28. Guest_672
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    6 April 2019 in reply to Ggrand

    I hope your having a better day today. Im glad i could put a smile on your face😊

  29. Wilma1
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    6 April 2019 in reply to Guest_672

    Whitewolfwarrior, Jess sounds delightful.

    Ggrand, sending some of these your way.💕💜💕💜🐾🐾🐾

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  30. Jojo100
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    7 April 2019 in reply to Guest_672

    Your story about the cat in the park is hilarious and still makes me smile.

    My little dog is a bit naughty. One of her favourite pastimes is chasing frogs in my garden. I try and rescue them and throw them over my neighbors fence, but one time she actually picked one up in her mouth while I was running after her in my PJ’s trying to get it off her. She then proceeded to eat it and I mean all of it! Poor little froggy! She wasn’t sick after either. I wonder if she is of French descent! I now keep a close eye on her especially at night when frogs are around.

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