My dog, Kona, a 5 year Jack Russell – Chihuahua mix, has separation anxiety, and I left him alone for 5 minutes… Came back to find a present on my bed. A piece on each of the top 2 pillows and a piece touching the bottom two – he’s good at revenge.
Posts Categorized: Surprise Poops
Wilbur was found hiding under a blanket in his dog crate with a straight tail! Pug plea of guilt !
I eat chicken poop! Mom says my breath is fowl!
I pooped in the house and turned on the Roomba all by myself! Now there are poop crop circles all over the carpet. Mom wasn’t very happy.
I guess she just tried to clean up her own mess?
My rabbit Bella likes to kick her poop out of her cage. And when she does, Bailey goes over it like a vacuum. She isn’t ashamed:) she does seem slightly embarrassed though.
While I walked away to rotate laundry, Leslie decided to take off her poopy diaper. Rosie took the opportunity to lick someone else’s butt for a change of pace. Saved me from having to wipe it off of Leslie’s backside.
Spreckles, our Italian Greyhound likes to find “treats” on our picnics.
I have 2 acres of garden, but I choose to poo in the courtyard at the front door.
I was a good boy when I ***tried*** to hold my diarrhea until I got outside. I was a BAD BOY when I ate it.
Apple is a 3 yo, 14.1 hand Mustang filly living in Northern Calvert County, MD. She was saved from a home with five other mustangs that were starving to death by Freedom Hill Horse Rescue. Her mother, Takoda, was nursing Apple and another foal while she herself was severely underweight. The other foal’s dam had died prior to the rescue arriving on the scene. Apple has been with us since she was a few months old. She is extremely playful, curious and confident. She has had over 30 days of professional training to get her started with basic ground work skills and the beginning stages of under saddle work and requires an experienced horse person who is familiar working with young horses to further her training.
Elizabeth Ellis, over at @LizzerTweets is an artist who is trying to promote awareness for rescues. She is currently working on a project where every week, for the entire year of 2015 she will be painting an adoptable animal currently in a shelter. She posts the painting, making a video about it on youtube, tweeting, etc every week. At the beginning of 2016, there will be an exhibition of all 52 paintings at an Ohio art gallery, after which the paintings will be mailed to either the shelter who still has the animal, or hopefully, the family who has adopted the animal. I’m calling it the year of 52 rescues. Go take a look at all the cool paintings she’s done so far! You can also find more artwork over at her blog!