My sweetheart, 9 y/o German Shepherd, Mika, figured my spaghetti was hers for the taking since the HVAC repair man was clearly no threat. No need to protect mom = free spaghetti for the dog! Brat. 😉
Two-year old pooped in his playhouse. Bindi (dog) ate it before mom had a chance to clean it up.
Suki ate an entire bottle of blood worms during the 30 seconds I was turned around. She has no shame whatsoever.
This book survived World War II, but not me.
Truck was locked but window was overly cracked because Kitty was inside. They stuck their arm in the window to unlock and stole my iPad, the 128gig w/cell service. Thankful and grateful they didn’t take her.
Levi had never dug in the back yard until the kitten showed up. They seem to get along but I think he has some hidden feelings.
My husband recently shamed our dog when in fact it was he who should have been shamed. I have corrected this.
“My wife advised me it may not be wise to take Crockett’s bed to the kennel….. I did not listen. Crocket made CONFETTI!”
Rupert keeps finding turtles in our yard and bringing them to the house, all hidden inside their shells. The are ok but a bit spitty.
One dog got so nervous at the groomer that she pooped on the floor, and the other lifted his leg on two other dogs… that had already been groomed!!!
Miss Maddie Mae, our miniature pig, thinks she is very clever… she knows that when she goes potty outside, she gets a treat. She has lately been pretending to need to use the potty simply so she can get her treat. She heads outside, squats, looks directly into our eyes, waits about ten seconds, and comes to collect her treat. She has no shame.