I broke my daddy’s trust and ran away when he he turned around. Then when my mommy was running to try and save me from the busy street, I acted like I didn’t know who she was. Now daddy is mad and mommy had an asthma attack. So I’m in jail for the rest of my life…
Thank God after this she learned her lesson and doesn’t even pass our driveway now 🙂
So Kashmir decided she was going to sneak out when the door was just about closed. She ran down the street where there’s a little park near a creek. After trying to get her to come to me, I see a deer run across the the way and I was just saying to myself, “please don’t let Kashmir be chasing that deer”. And sure enough she was in hot pursuit right behind. The deer changed course and was heading near my direction. Almost to tell me “get the dog off of me before I hoof smash her”. It got pretty close to me and so did Kash. I tried to stop her but had no luck. It finally got away and it took me a few more minutes to convince her that the deer was gone and while shaking the keys, she was going for a ride. The worst part was she definitely jumped in the creek, as she was drenched. Of course on the day after she just had a bath. And yes, I also was in the mud and sticks in my slacks and dress shoes. I still wouldn’t trade her for anything.
We received a phone call from a random neighbour telling us our dog was out. “No no,” we said, “it’s not possible, he was safe and snug in the fenced in yard when we left!” Sure enough, there he was when we returned, grinned at us from poolside. We called the neighbour back and confirmed that it could not possibly have been our dog.
He got our number from off of his tag.
It was not the first time someone had seen him. Or the 2nd. Or the 8th.
I got trapped under the shed and send a friendly possum out to admire my Mom’s pedicure while she pried up the floorboards to rescue me wearing work clothes and high heel sandals. I’m like that–only thinking of others.
I escaped on a walk and was missing for 14 hours before my family found me in a neighbour’s live trap they were using to catch skunks. I wasn’t ashamed, but I was very hungry! (She was also very irritated that I insisted on taking a photo before we let her out. Bandit is her name, and it’s appropriate!
My new parents were out enjoying the day running errands….I did NOT want to go back to the shelter, so I turned up the cuteness factor and put them under my spell. They fell in love and had no choice but to take me home even though I wasn’t in the budget or plans….
I’m a happy puppy now and certainly not ashamed,
Lilly (3 1/2 mo)
My wife and I wanted to test if our seven month old pitbull brooklyn would be able to be out of her crate unattended. While I was at work my wife had to run some errands so she left her home alone. When she returned she found my passport, a hat, a pair of headphones and our cats scratching post torn to pieces. Needless to say our test has failed