have you ever offended your pet?

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I just remembered something.

If I break wind in bed when she is near me, Sadie-Kate gets up and stares at the area from which the sound issued. It's kind of embarrassing.
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Curie will get grumpy with me if she's on my lap and I am talking. She lifts her head, looks at me, and lets out a little chastising mew.

I offend Corona on a daily basis, when I don't get out of bed fast enough for his liking. He sits on my nightstand and pushes things (my phone, chapstick, books) off my nightstand onto the floor.
Wee One meows in surprise when I sneeze. I think it's a bit too loud for her liking.

Bastet is VERY grumbly, but also really passive. If you try to move her and she doesn't like it, she emits this whiny low growl. But she would never actually follow it up with anything, she's just a grumpy noodle of a cat.
I just remembered something.

If I break wind in bed when she is near me, Sadie-Kate gets up and stares at the area from which the sound issued. It's kind of embarrassing.
Originally Posted by claudine19
You break wind in your bed!?!? You probably pee in swimming pools, too.
I offend the cat on a regular basis:
*when I brought him home and there was a dog already living here
*when I don't get up early enough to meet his needs,
*when I roll over in the middle of the night, knocking him off my back, butt, or whatever body part he's decided to sleep on,
*when I dare to use the stairs that he is sitting on, unless, of course, I'm going up to feed him,
*when I do not feed him according to his preference, which would be every hour on the hour.
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I offend the cat on a regular basis:
*when I brought him home and there was a dog already living here
*when I don't get up early enough to meet his needs,
*when I roll over in the middle of the night, knocking him off my back, butt, or whatever body part he's decided to sleep on,
*when I dare to use the stairs that he is sitting on, unless, of course, I'm going up to feed him,
*when I do not feed him according to his preference, which would be every hour on the hour.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
Hee.. All of this applies to Mr. Duke, too!

My dog gets offended anytime I pet, feed, brush, talk to--or really just look in the general direction of--the cat.
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Whenever we went on vacation and boarded our malamute...he would ignore us for a day or two when we got home. The longer he was boarded...the longer he would ignore us. It was kind of funny...although we did feel bad somewhat...but it was funny.
His sister is hell on wheels, but thats why I love her. She is offended by his existence and sometimes mine. She stomps around, huffs and puffs, growls, hisses, screeches... All that good stuff. If I give her the wrong food or stop petting her too soon, she lets me know about it. When she is really mad she threatens to slap me. That doesn't go over well. Lol. She is a fuzzy toddler.
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Originally Posted by Fifi.G
AH! My sister-in-law's cat, Echo, will smack you if you offend her (usually by picking her up). She won't use claws, but she'll give you that "I'm gonna smack you!" look, and if you don't comply to her wishes, she'll reach up one of her paws and slap your cheek.

It's hilarious.

I've pissed her off on purpose because it amuses me to get smacked by a cat.
Originally Posted by MojoDojo

Haha. That is what my Bunny does too. Her paw comes up as a warning, or she will swat the air like "that will be your face, next time". When she was little the claws would come out, but I eventually got her to re think that. It was necessary. She likes to rub my face in the morning to wake me up, or anytime she thinks petting is required. This was not pleasant at first. Now she just barely touches my face with the tips of her fluffy paws. She can be a sweetie, but don't let that fool ya'.

**I find it funny that her brother is part bob cat and maine coon, he is massive, and he is the most gentle and docile cat you have ever met in your life. If he hisses or growls, there is a legitimate threat. But his sister... She has that wild girl mentality.
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Took the cats to the vet, Goodnight moon didnt talk to us until the next day.

hendrix jumped on my back while i was sleep and it freaked me out, so i jumped up knocking her on the floor. she didnt sleep in my bed with me for two days after.

i told edgar he had a fat head, he looked at me with huge, crazy, eyes and turned his back to me.

last night edgar was being mean to his sister so my sis gave him a scolding. when she walked pass him, he reached out and smacked her hand.
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Sophie is usually a laid back kitty but when she is not fed at a certain time in the morning she raises all type of ruckus. She will scratch the carpet and bang on my closet door until I get up out of bed and feed her. It is so funny.

My Sallie likes to follow me everywhere around the house. So when I go into the bathroom and she can't come in, she gets offended. She usually bangs on the door and starts meowing until I let her in. Even when I am taking a shower I hear the banging. It sometimes scares me cause I think it's somebody trying to break in. I open the door and there is Sallie. The weird thing is she will sometimes come in and use the bathroom the same time I am. She is not a normal kitty.
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Nini girl gets upset when you try to bring her inside after being bad outside. She rolls onto her back and gives these eyes that say: *****! Try me, I'll kick you into next week.

Boony boy (aka Dexter) gets offended ALL of the time. When he stinky farts and you mention it, he looks ALL horrified at the idea that its been brought up and then leaves to the bedroom to sulk. If you don't let him lay on the couch, he looks ALL horrified and then leaves the room to sulk. If you don't pet him as much as he likes, he puts his head on the back of the couch and stares at the blinds.

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Nini girl gets upset when you try to bring her inside after being bad outside. She rolls onto her back and gives these eyes that say: *****! Try me, I'll kick you into next week.

Boony boy (aka Dexter) gets offended ALL of the time. When he stinky farts and you mention it, he looks ALL horrified at the idea that its been brought up and then leaves to the bedroom to sulk. If you don't let him lay on the couch, he looks ALL horrified and then leaves the room to sulk. If you don't pet him as much as he likes, he puts his head on the back of the couch and stares at the blinds.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
Awwww he's adorable ^_^
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My oldest dog is nearly 15 years old, so you can imagine there are a number of unpleasant things i must do to her regularly to keep her alive and healthy. The worst...according to her...are the eyedrops she needs daily. She HATES them, and sometimes pretends she doesn't see me when I motion for her to come. Then she makes the funniest faces while I'm instilling them in her eyes. Very comical. She always walks off in a huff...probably vowing never to let me touch her again...until the next time. She tries to be bad, but she just can't make herself truly misbehave, so she once again willingly comes to her doom.
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Every day!

My oldest dog is nearly 15 years old, so you can imagine there are a number of unpleasant things i must do to her regularly to keep her alive and healthy. The worst...according to her...are the eyedrops she needs daily. She HATES them, and sometimes pretends she doesn't see me when I motion for her to come. Then she makes the funniest faces while I'm instilling them in her eyes. Very comical. She always walks off in a huff...probably vowing never to let me touch her again...until the next time. She tries to be bad, but she just can't make herself truly misbehave, so she once again willingly comes to her doom.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
That reminds me of my dog. She's 13 and had to get a bunch of teeth taken out and now I have to rinse her mouth every week and when I grab the bottle she starts sneezing and making faces like she does when I use it on her... But just seeing me grab the bottle makes her go through what seems like PTSD lol
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I just remembered something.

If I break wind in bed when she is near me, Sadie-Kate gets up and stares at the area from which the sound issued. It's kind of embarrassing.
Originally Posted by claudine19
You break wind in your bed!?!? You probably pee in swimming pools, too.
Originally Posted by Lotsawaves
You know, I never was a pool urinator, but after Michael Phelp's confession, they did some more research, and I guess it really isn't a big deal. So....if I ever start swimming again, I just might "let it happen." (Although if they put that special stuff in that shows who did it, I'd be mortified.)
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I just remembered something.

If I break wind in bed when she is near me, Sadie-Kate gets up and stares at the area from which the sound issued. It's kind of embarrassing.
Originally Posted by claudine19
You break wind in your bed!?!? You probably pee in swimming pools, too.
Originally Posted by Lotsawaves
You know, I never was a pool urinator, but after Michael Phelp's confession, they did some more research, and I guess it really isn't a big deal. So....if I ever start swimming again, I just might "let it happen." (Although if they put that special stuff in that shows who did it, I'd be mortified.)
Originally Posted by claudine19

That "stuff" is an urban legend. Doesn't exist.
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Originally Posted by claudine19
Lol
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