Every time we go to the dog park, I see Luna, my black and white whippet, sniffing the ground obsessively. She would then stop, bite the grass, and roll around in that spot for about 2 minutes straight. When I noticed that my other 2 dogs would join her in this ritual, I finally went over to see what the heck they were all rolling in. Turns out they were hunting down earthworms and rolling around on top of them until the earthworms were crushed to a pulp.
The sign said “A nice man in a truck stopped to pet me. I jumped in his truck and gobbled up packets of saltine crackers. (I am not sorry because it was awesome!)” PJ unfortunately tried to eat the evidence when I presented it though.
Weeks ago a man driving by my small farm stopped to pet PJ because he was gazing pretty close to my driveway. When the man opened his truck door, PJ ran and jumped into his truck. PJ is well over 100lbs, because he is a full size male Lamancha goat. The man had saltine crackers sitting in his truck, and PJ gobbled them up! The guy was a good sport about it luckily.
“I was stuck in a tree, 80 feet up, for 5 days in 95 degree heat. When a lumberjack tried to rescue me, I attacked him.”
A dog from up the street chased our cat, RC Charley, up a tree. We tried everything to get him down, but he just kept climbing higher and higher each day. After being in the tree for 5 days, we knew we would have to do something, or he would die. We had a friend that used to be a lumberjack come out to climb the tree to bring him down. Since RC Charley had been in the tree for 5 days without any food or water, and was probably suffering from heat exhaustion due to it was 90 degrees all week, we assumed he would be tired and happy that someone was there to help him. That was not the case! When our friend reached the top of the tree, RC Charley full-on attacked him! Our friend had to “battle” our cat for 15 minutes to finally get him into an animal-safe drawstring bag to bring him down.