Caught red handed eating her bed
I lose control when my dad leaves the house. I need help!
I came downstairs one morning to discover Kona had chewed through my roommate’s computer cable. This was just one of several things of my roommate’s that she’s seen fit to tamper with. Silly kid.
This is my ferret, Gracie. She is a ninja and a thief. She makes no noise when she steals stuff and I often don’t realize anything is missing until the next time I need whatever it is.
9 Month- Old Sinbad outdid himself on this one…
My dog Brian got into the school supplies two days before school, chewed up most of the pencils, ate 3 out of 6 glue sticks, and chewed the corner of a ream of printer paper so every thing we print has teeth marks on it. He is not a dog that chews anything in the house, he only chews things in yellow shopping bags because he thinks they are juice boxes and school snacks. He tore open the supplies, and apparently though glue was a major food group. Then he pooped Glue sticks and erasers a couple days later.
I don’t like strangers coming to the house, they should not keep calm!
Chooky is my 1yr old JRT chihuahua cross, and loves to chew. Today on our morning walk she found a dirty pair of ladies panties and managed to sneak them inside! Imagine 20 minutes of me chasing her around our home trying to get them off of her yuck!
Piggy does NOT like going outside in the morning and will hide under the bed to try and escape. I’ve had to put bags and boxes in the centre because she knows I can’t reach under there all the way and she’ll stay just out of reach. Once I finally get her out from under the bed, she doesn’t move, and continues to snore, all the while looking up at me with an evil side-eye. I end up having to carry her outside or push her along the carpet until she finally gets up.
“I knocked an old man off his cane and into the bushes. So not sorry. Will try again tomorrow.” I try to always keep Badger inside when our elderly neighbour Bob is walking his dog, but today I didn’t see Bob in time. Badger rushed to greet Bob’s dog, the leash tangled around the cane and over Bob went. There was lots of swearing, but fortunately nobody was hurt. Badger is VERY proud of himself.