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Old 03-16-2009, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default Burnt bread - darn you dog!

I burned the garlic toast and tossed it out back so no one would know. Guess what? The dog brings a piece back in when he's done going potty.


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Old 03-16-2009, 06:09 PM   #2
 
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Ah- just like when my DEAR dog brings me dead squirrels, because she loves me!
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Old 03-16-2009, 06:11 PM   #3
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ew, i'll take the toast burned anyday. squirrel doesn't go with garlic salt and parm. cheese.
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Yep. Although it IS funny when we toss watermelon rinds off our porch (I live on the side of a mountain in the middle of nowhere) and they mysteriously appear on the door mat. Much less gross.
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I get mouse and vole parts from a half-feral (and now neutered) cat I feed. You two are lucky!
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Rocky is forever finding things in the yard. Paper, string, rocks, and he even found the core to a head of lettuce??? I don't know how. I think some got scattered when some animals knocked over our outside trash can and it went everywhere. I found him chomping on the lettuce when he was laying on his bed.
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I get mouse and vole parts from a half-feral (and now neutered) cat I feed. You two are lucky!
One of my cats brings live lizards into the house and the others leave them dead on the back porch along with squirells, chipmonks, and you name it. The dog has brought in dead lizards and worms. I've found a beak and wings (nothing else) on the patio a few years ago.
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I hate finding dead birds, or even just their remains, the most. It makes me really sad.

Cats! If only they didn't sit so nice in my lap and purr.......or squeeze themselves into boxes too small for their kitty blubber so that it hangs out the sides and makes me laugh.
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Well, you threw the garlic bread out. Obviously YOU weren't going to eat it.

Thrown out by human = dog food

Causes human to call HazMat/Disease Control = gourmet dog food

Causes human to barf and turn green with delight = premium gourmet A+ dog food

When you say "drop it" dog hears "That's good eating, I want it for me!"
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