PETS

Posted by Herb7734 1 year, 1 month ago to Humor
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I realize that there are many weighty things to discuss. However, I think that some lighter subjects should be brought front and center now and then. I was out and about today and eating lunch in my car. While doing so, I observed a man sitting at an outdoor table and as he was eating, he was dropping scraps accidently on purpose for his dog, a beautiful mid-sized all white mutt. I call that type of dog food, floor d'ouvres.

It started me thinking about pets. I live in a 165 year old village, but in the new section (30 years old). There are 285 homes and at least half of them contain dogs, and many cats a lot of them feral. I was impressed by the fact that the entire area didn't smell like a cesspool. Apparently, the pet lovers actually picked up after their dogs. we have every kind, from giant mastiffs, to little lap dogs like Yorkies. I own a beagle which I love dearly. Being a mini-hound the only way to get her on your lap is to put food there, but be careful, she might eat the buttons off your shirt.

This brings me to my topic. I wonder how many Gulchers have pets and who has dogs, or cats or something else, and why. Just curious. But in may be insightful -- about what, I'm not sure.


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  • Posted by Technocracy 1 year, 1 month ago
    Have cats currently, replacements will be canine Have had both dogs and cats over the years, and tend to alternate.

    My last dog was an English Mastiff. I would need a much larger yard to have a dog that size again. He was a wonderful pet. His names was "Gaius Magnus Petronus Pious" you get 160 characters on the AKC papers. The latin fans will realize the translation sums up the breed.

    Beauty of naming a dog something like Gaius? No other dogs will answer to it.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      We have a mastiff in the neighborhood. He's a pup. A very BIG pup. He scared the BW but we get along fine. She'll get used to him when she sees what a friendly he is.I didn't go Latin on my dog's name because she was found in a shelter, but we named her Beauteous Bella Wigglebutt for obvious reasons.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 1 year, 1 month ago
    No pets for the wife and I. Our children are grown up and living elsewhere and we are free to travel or just plain do what we've worked all our lives for. No kennels or shelters and no begging neighbors or relatives to babysit when we want to travel. We do travel often and it would not be "nice" for the pet. We also live on our flexible schedule, which isn't pet driven. We have many friends that have pets and they are always saying they would like to go with us from time to time, but when we invite them they normally say no because the destination lodgings do not accept pets or they don't want the hassle of leaving the pet behind. They made their choice and we made ours.

    Edit: Added the last few lines because I was interrupted by the better half to do something before I could finish, LOL.
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    • Posted by ycandrea 1 year, 1 month ago
      We travel in an RV with our 4 dogs all the time. They are between 5 to 17 pounds so it is no problem traveling with them. They love to hike with us and visit friends and family with us. I am sure our friends and family that we visit are glad that the doggies have their own traveling home!
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Good for you.
      To each his own.
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      • Posted by mccannon01 1 year, 1 month ago
        Hi Herb7734.

        We did have a dog for a while, which strayed into our driveway and wouldn't leave. The poor thing was loaded with fleas and other problems so we took her to a vet and got her back to excellent health. We asked around the neighborhood and no one knew where she came from. That may have been just as well because her "attitude" was that of a dog that was treated poorly by her previous owner. I think she was a cross between a poodle and a Cocker Spaniel. This was after our children were gone and we were both working (not traveling much then) and loved having her with us and her "attitude" improved immensely, too. Then a neighbor said the dog cried all day while we were working, so I would come home for lunch every day and found the neighbor was right. It was cruel to leave her so lonely IMO, so after about 8 months we found a family with children that would love and take care of her and gave her up.
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        • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
          You did the right thing. Our dog is only left alone when we go out. Otherwise one or the other or both are home. We spoil the hell out of her, but she's worth it.
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  • Posted by  $  Stormi 1 year, 1 month ago
    We have always had pets, horses, dogs cats, life is just better with them. We presently have a Sheltie because they are herd dogs and stay put. Fiercely loyal, ours took a coyote following our one cat, away from he front porch and clear off our property. Pets are productive in taht sense. Our old cat is a neutered Tom, who brings me live animals as payment for his meals, his favorite are snakes, tree toads, and then dead moles. I am sure he cleans up the neighbor s yards as well. The two youngest cats are mathcing long haired yellow and white. One has no grumpy bones in his body, pure sweetness,but he alerts me to bugs needing removed from the house. Hid brother, much more worldly, acts as back up watch cat, growling when anyone comes up the driveway, when the dog is sleeping. They all have their contribution and are an absolute joy to have around, never a day they do not cause a laugh. Maybe the mosty unusal, the dog was lying in the driveay while I rearranged rocks in the courtyard.The cats were supervising. A garter snake kept moving just where I canted to set down a rock. I looked at the cats and said, "I wish one of you would do something with that snake!" From the drive, the dog walked into the courtyard, picked up the snake gently, walked to a flower bed on the other side of the driveway, set it down, and went back to lying in the driveway. Shocked, I waked over to see the snake looking around, wondering how he got there. We also had a Black Racer spend an entire summer making our courtyard home. It woudl come and go, the pets would jump over hime if he was on the doorstep. He would come out and sun while I weeded. We also have a toad with his own midcentury style toad house who like to sit with the dog in the evening in the courtyard. One time we had a tornado warning, and I herded the cats and dogs into the house, and Mr Toad was lined up ready to follow them in, but he had to go to his own house. Pets are a responsibility, but they give back.
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  • Posted by ycandrea 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have four rescued dogs. My first rescue was a reward to myself for quitting smoking, and it was the perfect reward! We hadn’t had a dog since our children grew up and moved out. We adopted Molly, a Lhasa Poo in 2008. She was 8 years old at the time and would have been put to sleep if not adopted. She has so much personality and she does talk to us in her own way! Since then we have adopted/rescued 3 more dogs: a 2 year old chihauhua, Dee Dee, a 1 year old Bichon Frise mix, Puppy, (named by our grandkids), and an 8 year old Malti Poo, Little Bit. All of these dogs know we saved them and are very loyal, and totally happy and adorable. We cannot believe people threw them away! All of these dogs have their own stories and two were abused and have now moved past it. They each have their own personalities. They have added so much joy, activity, laughter, entertainment, love and pleasure to our household.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Wow. You almost make me forget how much attention dogs need. My dog has cost more at the vet than when I raised both my sons. But, like you she is worth every penny in all the joy she brings.
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  • Posted by  $  DrZarkov99 1 year, 1 month ago
    I've had canine companions all my life. When I was a toddler I used to come home with a pack of dogs in trail. It's said that one's life should be measured by their canine companions, and I've been fortunate to have had some that taught me lessons about life.

    I have a soft spot for poodles, especially standards. The one that stands out the most in my mind was a big cream male we called Bob, and we were fortunate to have his company for fourteen years. Bob had health problems from the start, but never let that hold him back. He had a natural sense of humor, clowning and grinning without prompting. My friends' children learned to walk by pulling themselves up on Bob's fur, and he especially enjoyed the company of toddlers. He was also an instinctive guard dog, letting unwelcome strangers know they would face unpleasant consequences if they overstepped the bounds he set.

    I now have the company of a female one-eyed mini poodle who astounds people when she insists she wants something by distinctly saying "now." A new addition is a 15 year old terrier mix with cancer we rescued from a situation where she had constant conflict with a larger dog, and the poodle immediately welcomed her to the pack.
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  • Posted by term2 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have two pit bulls that protect my house, and one cat. They all get along amazingly enough. And they are different
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Pit bulls have such a bad reputation, yet there is one (maybe more) in our neighborhood and he seems fine.
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      • Posted by term2 1 year, 1 month ago
        I think dogs take on the personality of the owner by and large. BUT, they sure know intrinsically when someone is not a good person or doesnt belong there. AND, just the sight of a pit bull in the yard does offer some deterrent to someone wanting to invade my fenced in yard for the simple reason that dogs make their decision and then act without political correctness !!
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  • Posted by  $  Dobrien 1 year, 1 month ago
    We have had dogs for the last 25 years. We decided to get a Golden Retriever puppy and had to wait 6 weeks or so 5 1/2 weeks into the wait my wife and kids with mother in law went to a pet store to see a golden retriever needless to say we ended up with 2. Came into the house 3 days apart 13 years later they died 3 days apart ,3weeks later we lost our 18 year old son and the loss of the dogs were mostly an after thought.
    About three mo.s later I came home and a female golden puppy had been bought by my wife and daughter.
    She happened to have her birthday the day our son died ,she was a savior for us from our grief. We named her Mulligan she is now white faced and 12 1/4 years. Old. Every Day is a good day that Mulligan is with us!
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Having lost a son of my own, I think I'm in a position to sympathize. Like you I have lost many dogs over the years, but they certainly are a solace.
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      • Posted by  $  Dobrien 1 year, 1 month ago
        Condolences to you sir,
        Thank you Herb.
        Our pets are family to us , you do expect to out live them. Not your kids. Alex was a wonderful son and it was our good fortune to love him.

        Jezebel, Bootsie, Tasha, Max, Kirby, Callaway. true best friends from my past.
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        • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
          Mine was murdered at the age of 38.
          we still grieve every day. But we also move on. I could go on about him, however a graphic novel will be published about him in the fall. My little dog has done more for me than any shrink could.
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          • Posted by  $  Dobrien 1 year, 1 month ago
            I have felt recovering to a more normal life from our loss has been
            The most challenging thing in my life.
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            • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
              It is never over.
              The grief never leaves. The challenge is to learn how to deal with it.
              It is a challenge everyday. It has been 22 years and I am still haunted.
              Humor helps.
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              • Posted by  $  Dobrien 1 year, 1 month ago
                Herb,
                So true , like I told Alex's sister it hurts so much because we loved so much. The greater the value the bigger the loss.
                Are you the author and have you selected a title.
                You are honoring his legacy with this novel. I will watch for it's release.
                As an Artist in my paintings. I always put my sons name somewhere in the image , some have said it's like "where's Waldo" trying to find it , but once it's found it is evident.
                I also golf and I Mark my golf ball with his name and a shamrock.
                He was the only golfer that I was happy to lose to.

                As for humor ....how about this.
                "I got an ant farm ,bastards didn't grow $hit.
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                • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
                  My son was the creator and publisher of Revolutionary Comics. The first successful publications to do unauthorized biographies of Rock stars, sports personalities, and noted people. He was sued because the books were unauthorized, but the Federal Judge said we had as much right to do bios as a hardcover book author. The reason we went that way is that you couldn't tell the truth with "authorized" bios because they had complete control over what is written or left out. We researched the stories and told them as close to the truth as possible. The judge's decision made legal history allowing comic books to have the same rights as regular books.Todd was murdered in '92.
                  The book will be called "No Barriers" and hopefully will be out in late Fall. Yes, I wrote it and there will be some guest authors writing who worked for him, many of whom were given their first breaks. He is still discussed and talked about particularly at Comicons. There was a straight to tape movie bio of him called "Unauthorized And Proud Of It" which was the company motto.
                  The story will be in graphic novel form and the artwork I have seen to date looks great.
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        • Posted by ycandrea 1 year, 1 month ago
          I lost a son too. He was 27 years old. I understand that kind of grief also. A part of me died with him and it is something I have never gotten over and I carry a sadness inside that is matched by nothing else in my life.. I just live with it and go on and focus on all that I do have. I can and do still have happiness and joy, but he is so missed. My grandkids and my doggies are so important to me.
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          • Posted by  $  Dobrien 1 year, 1 month ago
            My deepest sympathy ycandrea . We take a step forward and try to live life as best we can. My wife and I know, as you ,and Herb do as well.There was a life before and a snap of the finger and life is never as it was. 12yrs AD for us.
            I salute you both for carrying on and sharing your wisdom and reason with me.
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  • Posted by  $  SarahMontalbano 1 year, 1 month ago
    Our family has a 10 year old English shepherd, a 7 year old German shepherd, and as of recently, a beautiful golden retriever girl. The boys are not too happy we brought her home, although we've gotten her past the initial "chew everything and pee on the floor" stage. The cat, a fat Siamese rescue, is also not enthused about the new addition. He spends a lot more time up in my room now, sitting in the windowsill and warming his fur. I love them all so much.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      I love goldens!! A cousin has a beautiful golden as does a neighbor. They are the gentles of big dogs. But, I haven't the room for another dog, and I only get shelter dogs, and no one ever abandons a golden, or if they do it'll be snatched up in no time.
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      • Posted by  $  SarahMontalbano 1 year, 1 month ago
        They are the sweetest big dogs I've ever seen. My mother is a veterinarian and she was the one who artificially inseminated the mother of our pup... making her the daddy? Anyway, the mother is a wonderfully sweet dog, and going over to their house once a week to play with the puppies was wonderful. There was 12 (it was nuts when they all woke up from a nap), and they were all called for really quickly. Several are undergoing service dog training now.
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  • Posted by  $  joy8995 1 year, 1 month ago
    I am down from 4 cats to 3, my old guy (18/19) had to be put down last month. Ayn Rand was also a cat lover, here is an article that I think might answer your not-quite-sure-about question: https://www.theobjectivestandard.com/...
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    • Posted by lrshultis 1 year, 1 month ago
      I am down to 4 neutered female house cats and feed up to 4 neutered feral cats along with several raccoons and whoever else eats cat food. I find that it is true that you cannot out stubborn a cat.
      About the article's mention of drug usage. Would Rand have said that her drug usage of tobacco and amphetamines was being objective or not?
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  • Posted by  $  allosaur 1 year, 1 month ago
    Three months ago I began to buy cans of cat food to one a day feed a feral black tom I call "Moocher" or "Green Eyes."
    Sometimes I call it "Stupid" after I toss a meat scrap its way and it just sits there with a "Say, did something just happen?" air about it.
    Otherwise, it will chase a rolling scrap like it s a mouse or something.
    Moocher will let me come much closer to it than it used to since it knows I won't try and touch it by surprise.
    Yesterday after I picked blueberries, it was walked so closely in front of me that I blurted out, "Will you please get out of my way?"
    I've been able to touch its nose twice when the critter knew what I was up to but so far that's it.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Feral cats are tricky. One hung out in my back yard and looked so scrawny that I felt sorry for it and opened a can of tuna and left it for her (it?). It eventually had 4 black & white kittens but after a couple of weeks took off and never came back.
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      • Posted by lrshultis 1 year, 1 month ago
        I treat my house cats to a small amount of tuna each day. Some say that it is like cocaine for cats. After years of doing so, there appears to be no effect from the small amount of Hg in canned tuna fish.
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      • Posted by  $  allosaur 1 year, 1 month ago
        Today Moocher ate a rare whole can of cat food within two hours and has been begging for scraps ever since..
        It usually takes six hours for it to eat all its cat food and sometimes I wonder if another cat or the neighborhood fox finished it off. I live right next to a large woods and deer has been known to walk out of it.
        Some days it only shows up late in the evening.
        Twice its been gone all day, leaving me to wonder if animal control got it like a previous cat I fed, but nope there it is the next day mooching away.
        Oh, make that three time I touched Moocher's nose. Today I tried to reach farther to pet it but the shy thing backed off.
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  • Posted by  $  IndianaGary 1 year, 1 month ago
    During my working life I found having a pet at home difficult because my schedule was so fluid. Now that I'm retired (read shrugged) I have three cats, all rescues from different shelters. They each have totally different personalities and are a joy to be around. That reminds me, I need to update Facebook with the latest set of pictures. :-] They're all members of the Underfoot family.
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  • Posted by  $  jchristyatty 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have a dog, Hunter. He is the moral protector. Should have named him Ragnar, Age 31/2 about 75 lbs. He was a rescue and is now a member of my family. I take him to the office where he is known and greeted by my clients who sometimes bring him treats, bones and an assortment of chew toys. We even play fetch in the long hallway of my office building after hours or on weekends. Most of the local restaurants are dog friendly and he goes with me and sits outside with me on the patios and is just a great, well behaved dog!
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  • Posted by  $  Olduglycarl 1 year, 1 month ago
    Grew up with dogs and cats-(cats that thought they were dogs). Down the street was a farm that not only had typical farm animals but also a bear, a monkey, raccoons and peacocks.
    Throughout life, I have always managed to have a dog or a cat...In my nomadic days there was always a local pet or a friends pet to make acquaintance.
    My present wife of 24 years, has always had Maltese, we've raised many a litter...I enjoy playing with and teaching these pups...they get the best of homes and we, of late, puppy sit when the parents go away.
    I don't mind being their keepers...it seems natural and I don't think I could sleep well at night without these small creatures snuggled up next to me...they are a delight and truly a gift to mankind.
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  • Posted by AngelBunnie 1 year, 1 month ago
    I'm actually a rabbit breeder of the lionhead breed. I sell them as pets. I also have an American Eskimo named Minnie Pearl and 2 grandkitties, Meander & Aries. They belong to my daughter, who is in the process of getting settled in Las Vegas. I hope she will take the kitties back once she gets a place of her own. I love them, don't get me wrong, but the dog and the bunnies are plenty for me to keep up with. Luckily, the kitties are older and pretty much keep to themselves. I love my pets! They enhance my life tremendously. My husband, on the other hand, isn't a big fan of them, but he realizes they make me happy and his motto is: Happy Wife, Happy Life!! :-)
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  • Posted by  $  AJAshinoff 1 year, 1 month ago
    I'm a dog person, always have been. My wife and daughter wanted a cat. I gave in. Treated teh cat like a dog, played rough, whistled for it, but mainly ignored it. The cat loves me, hops into my lap when I'm reading my kindle and even spies on me (one eye poking from a corner) and runs past when it thinks I'm unaware. My entire family is jealous.

    I don't call the cat by the name they gave him, Sammy; I call him savage cat. :)

    Our dog is very old, very passive, and for all intents an purposes thinks its a cat...go figure.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      My beagle is getting old but still chases cats. On the rare times she corners one she just stares at it until it decides to go away.
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      • Posted by  $  AJAshinoff 1 year, 1 month ago
        lol

        Our dog (mutt) is 15..she has a bum rear leg which makes getting up a challenge. Her eye sight is starting to go, but she is completely deaf. She doesn't do much chasing anymore and seldom barks.

        What a drag it is getting old..Even though she may be in pain, I haven't the heart to have her put to sleep. Sad.
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        • Posted by gerstj 1 year, 1 month ago
          You have to judge her quality of life. If she still enjoys herself and her pain is manageable, she will probably want to stay around. Dogs and cats have a way of telling you when it is time. Minor old age pain can be managed with periodic medication. If it is severe and bodily functions are failing, that is another matter.
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        • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
          Don't tell me about getting old.
          Funny thing is my dog has a bum rear leg. She got it jumping off a sofa and banging into a table edge. She couldn't walk for a couple of days due to pain, but with meds and a mild walking regimen she has come back, although she walks a bit funny on her bum leg. She still runs if provoked but poops out quickly. She's quite active indoors with her favorite toy.
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          • Posted by  $  AJAshinoff 1 year, 1 month ago
            With mine its getting up from a laying position. Sometimes, it give out and she falls back to her belly. Sad to see. She whines from time to time. Her breed has hound in it, so I think rear leg pain could be normal at her age. Still, its hard to watch and tougher to gauge.
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            • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
              I know. It's like watching a sick child.
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              • Posted by ycandrea 1 year, 1 month ago
                My Molly dog is 17 years old now and is getting a little senile and she has had two mini strokes. The vet says they were mini strokes but no damage. She gets up in the middle of the night and wanders around the house and twice she has screamed out in terror as one of these strokes hit her. She is stiff, paralyzed and loses control of her bladder and bowels for a few minutes and so scared. We just sit next to her and talk soothingly and pet her til she comes out of it. Very heartbreaking to see my little dog go through this.
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  • Posted by starbird56 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have a cockatiel, a parakeet, and two lineolated parakeets. I am a bird lover, and enjoy them very much. One day, we opened our front door, and a cat walked in as if to say, "I'm home." No, I have birds, no cat. After this happened a few times, I now have four birds and one Tabby/Maine Coon mix cat - and I wouldn't have it any other way.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Cats have a way of doing that. They do as they please and you can go with it or not. I had a friend whose dad was a parakeet lover. There's something hypnotic about those colorful birds that compels you to look at them.
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  • Posted by mburk 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have 2 wirehair dachshunds. They have been all over the country with us. Had a corgi mix when I was I was in college. I love corgis but once my hubby introduced me to the doxies, I can't go back.
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    • Posted by 1 year, 1 month ago
      Neighbor around the corner has a smooth haired doxie. He's a sweetie if he knows you, but if he doesn't he barks with the sound of a dog 3 times his size. Years ago, I had a customer who bred doxies and he advertised, "Get A Long Little Doggie."
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  • Posted by Owlsrayne 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have brother and sister Pitbull mix. The male is black and white. The female is brown and white. The male is quite intelligent and tried to teach him words in english but was stubborn in learning. I him that he had to learn on his own. By the way his head and probably his brain is larger in proportion than his body. So, he learned like a parrot but he would vocalize his needs close to human words through barks, grumble and rumbles. Where as the female will only vocalize: Row-Rumm (what ever that means!) But both are attention whore's, ie needy. But I love both of them.
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  • Posted by  $  winterwind 1 year, 1 month ago
    I have said for quite some time that if cats had thumbs, they would rule the world. Then, having my husband bring me a glass of water because I was K.I.'d [Kitty Immobilized], I began to re-think.
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