Ace of Spades Pet Thread [Mis. Hum.]

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Can you believe another week has passed? Well, it has. It is time for The Ace of Spades Pet Thread. The home of all things pet related. Grab a T-R-E-A-T and enjoy.

Please check the politics at the door.

A Little of This. A Little of That.


Poor doggeh, at the wrong place at the wrong time.


Playmates.


Some things to do with your dogs before summer ends.

Identical twin dogs.


Legos, what can't they do?


Ok, how many of you sleep with your pet(s)? I plead guilty but I draw the line at 3.

MEET THE PETMORONS


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Pat, a lurker, submitted this photo of Lady & Abby. They are Kerry Blue Terriers. I thought they look like Slash from GNR without the top hat. Cute dogs. Thanks for sharing.


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'Ette Karate mom shared this photo of Calvin & Cecilia with us. Calvin hunts rodents when out and about. Cecilia likes to tangles with skunks. That's not a good thing.


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This photo came in from the Cincinnati area. There was no nic. So I won't reveal the name of the person. However, you can say hello to Harry & Perry. Patriotric and book smart cats.


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Say hello to Gidget. She's a mix-breed owned by CrotchetyOldJarHead. I have a feeling that's not who is holding Gidget.


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A fine looking German Shepherd Dog by the name of Cooper. His master Buck IV claims he's an intelligent dog.


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Studies have shown poodles to be a smart breed of dog. Sherry McEvil's poodle Etta Mae has a boatload of toys and knows them each by their name. Say hello to Etta and her toy, Louie Lizard.


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DangerGirl's Siamese Cat Meatball is lucky to have lived to 5 years after sitting on this batch of biscuits. Ah forgive and forget?

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Our final PetMoron is Mara Jade. She belongs to husband & wife lurkers Tim & Amanda. Mara likes the magical rainbow stick. Thank you for lurking and sharing your pet with us. C'mon out of the shadows. We don't bite-much.

Thank you for all of the pet tips and photos. We can be found at petmorons@gmail.com. You folks have a wonderful weekend.

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1 Its Caturday!

Posted by: Skip at September 17, 2016 03:14 PM (8lPj5)

2 First!

*feverishly sets up defensive works*

Posted by: Kodos the Executioner at September 17, 2016 03:15 PM (J8/9G)

3 Yay, the food thread.

Posted by: Barack O at September 17, 2016 03:15 PM (kTF2Z)

4 Tell that dog to get out of that ridiculous outfit.

Posted by: Skip at September 17, 2016 03:17 PM (8lPj5)

5 Our final PetMoron is Mara Jade


Nerd!

Posted by: buzzion at September 17, 2016 03:18 PM (bMG0w)

6 Cooper looks so regal!!!

Posted by: IC at September 17, 2016 03:18 PM (fvg7h)

7 I did not know that there was a breed of faceless dog.

Posted by: Duke Lowell at September 17, 2016 03:19 PM (kTF2Z)

8 The Faceless Dogs are the assassins of the canine world, who serve the Many Faced Dog.

Posted by: boulder terlit hobo at September 17, 2016 03:20 PM (6FqZa)

9 It is time for The Ace of Spades Pet Thread. The home of all things pet related. Grab a T-R-E-A-T and enjoy.
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I'm not even sure that word is safe to spell around here.
Doggeh knows the word too well. If I even spell it out loud, he goes batshit berzerker.
I wouldn't doubt that the little stinker can read it, too.

And, hello all.

I'm not much of a cat fancier, but that's a fine looking pair of bookends, anonymous patriotic Moron.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:21 PM (+Lg5n)

10 Meatball looks awesome. I can't understand why so many people prefer the wedge-head Siamese to the classic "applehead" Siamese like meatball.

Posted by: Yuimetal at September 17, 2016 03:23 PM (dtWKK)

11 Pet thread!
Nice pets!

Posted by: navybrat at September 17, 2016 03:23 PM (w7KSn)

12 Great looking group again this week!

WeaselCat v1 is something of a puker. The other morning she had thrown up a little in the bedroom next to a pair of shoes I wear to work. I cleaned it up and went about my day. When I got home from work and was changing clothes I realized my sock was stuck to the inside of my right shoe and I had been standing in cat puke all day.

Eeewwwwwww.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 03:24 PM (Sfs6o)

13 5 Tell that dog to get out of that ridiculous outfit.
Posted by: Skip
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Are you talking about the one wearing the squirrel? Or the ones wearing the mops on their heads?

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:25 PM (+Lg5n)

14 Tell that dog to get out of that ridiculous outfit.
Posted by: Skip
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Are you talking about the one wearing the squirrel? Or the ones wearing the mops on their heads?
Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:25 PM (+Lg5n)
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Dogs have a right not to be placed in a squirrel outfit. That is both abuse and a micro-aggression.

Posted by: RioBravo at September 17, 2016 03:28 PM (NUqwG)

15 >>>This is the first recorded case in the scientific literature, but does that mean it is a rare occurrence? Female dogs, known as bitches,<<<

Heh heh heh. Heh heh heh heh. Heh heh heh.

Posted by: Beavis & Butt-head at September 17, 2016 03:29 PM (jV8Mq)

16 Beautiful puppehs and kittehs.

My brother's late golden retriever learned what walk meant and went ballistic when he heard it so they started spelling the word. By after a while he figured out what W-A-L-K meant too. They had to say "stroll" or amble" or "hike" etc..

Posted by: Donna&&&&V. deplorably brandishing ampersands&&&&so there at September 17, 2016 03:29 PM (P8951)

17 Top photo reminds me of the infamous CatPrin.

Remember this?
http://preview.tinyurl.com/j77u5bs

Or even: http://www.spatch.net/cattown/

Posted by: Yuimetal at September 17, 2016 03:29 PM (dtWKK)

18 The Horde has excellent taste in its animal companions, that I can say.

Also, I love the Lego kitty story! I love any story where humans are helping animals that way, it shows a combination of regard for life and ingenuity that really reflects people at their best. Though I draw the line the day someone makes a winged exoskeleton for a paralyzed rattlesnake...

Posted by: Brother Cavil, That Guy at September 17, 2016 03:30 PM (vyqqu)

19 Oh, the Kerry Blues are pretty!

I grew up with a Welsh Terrier, but I love all of the terrier breeds.

Posted by: Bandersnatch at September 17, 2016 03:30 PM (mgbwf)

20 Shepherds are smart, which just means they are sneaky when they do bad.

Posted by: Grump928(C) Native Texan and Alabama Alumn, twice as smug as you at September 17, 2016 03:30 PM (rwI+c)

21 That is indeed one fine looking German Shepherd.

Posted by: Donna&&&&V. deplorably brandishing ampersands&&&&so there at September 17, 2016 03:31 PM (P8951)

22 Dogs have a right not to be placed in a squirrel outfit. That is both abuse and a micro-aggression.


Posted by: RioBravo


And he still probably hasn't taken revenge for getting his nuts lopped off.

Posted by: Brother Cavil, That Guy at September 17, 2016 03:31 PM (vyqqu)

23 >>>It is hard to know, says Joone. "We are so lucky that this bitch ended up having a C-section,"<<<

Heh heh heh heh. Heh hmm hmm. Huh huh heh heh heh.

Posted by: Beavis & Butt-head at September 17, 2016 03:32 PM (jV8Mq)

24 Shepherds are smart, which just means they are sneaky when they do bad.


Posted by: Grump928(C) Native Texan and Alabama Alumn, twice as smug as you]/i]

My brother's corgi is like that. Worse actually, I've seen occasions when he was dogsitting when it was clear that the corgi was putting the other canines up to hijinks. A right instigator, he is.

Posted by: Brother Cavil, That Guy at September 17, 2016 03:33 PM (vyqqu)

25 What handsome cats this week. Lot of good photographers in the Horde. But I just love the clever poodle, sweet Gidget, faceless terriers and the very regal looking Cooper.

Posted by: PaleRider at September 17, 2016 03:33 PM (Jen0I)

26 It's OK, Cavil. The Pet Barrel is kinder and gentler than the flame wars Barrel.

Posted by: Bandersnatch at September 17, 2016 03:34 PM (mgbwf)

27 Our dogs shed too much to sleep in the bed with us. I had a kitteh who would jump into bed with me but I can't say I enjoyed it, as she would snuggle up to my chest and throat. I did not like waking up with cat hair in my mouth.

Posted by: Donna&&&&V. deplorably brandishing ampersands&&&&so there at September 17, 2016 03:34 PM (P8951)

28 I used to think putting clothes on dogs was ridiculous, but will admit to putting a "sweater" on Tucker in cold weather. He has 4 I think now.
But yeah, I draw the line at costumes.
That pit bull looks embarrassed. And a little pissed.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:35 PM (+Lg5n)

29 Sticking outfits on animals isn't my thing, but it only bothers me when the animals make it clear that they hate it.

Posted by: irredeemably deplorably antisocial justice beatnik at September 17, 2016 03:36 PM (jV8Mq)

30 Cute!
Cute!
Cute!
Cute!
Cute!
Cute!
Cute!

Posted by: FireHorse at September 17, 2016 03:37 PM (wyFMH)

31 Shepherds are smart, which just means they are sneaky when they do bad. Posted by: Grump928(C) Native Texan and Alabama Alumn, twice as smug as you at September 17, 2016 03:30 PM (rwI+c)
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Dad grabbed me one afternoon and said 'look'; Mom was laughing like a loon and so I looked out into the garden. Shepherd very carefully and delicately snipped off a tomato with her front teeth (the leaves and stems are itchy), casually dropped it into the middle of the yard, played on the sides of the yard a while, and then very dramatically discovered the fallen fruit. Now I really do not recall a single dog I have never known who likes or wants tomatoes, but the playacting was worth the price of a few prize tomatoes.

Posted by: mustbequantum at September 17, 2016 03:38 PM (MIKMs)

32 It's Caturday!

Posted by: Skip
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Russian is the only language (other than English) with a word for Caturday. It's subkotta [pron. soob-KOHT-ta].

Posted by: FireHorse at September 17, 2016 03:41 PM (wyFMH)

33 Had a setter who would take tomatoes out of your hand. He loved fresh produce

Posted by: Mia. Hum at September 17, 2016 03:42 PM (X+coO)

34 Trying to trigger the Empress with that squirrel-dog?

Posted by: Anna Puma at September 17, 2016 03:43 PM (6OoFY)

35 Cecilia likes to tangles with skunks. That's not a good thing.

We have an old lazy dog who has the thickest fur. Housemate's dog, and she only give her a haircut every two years. This is a dog who lies down in the snow and doesn't notice.

Now, I like the smell of skunk. If one goes off a mile away it's a light musky scent and it reminds you that nature is out there. I don't find it unpleasant.

Well Kahlua (that's the fat furry dog) got hit point blank with skunk juice.

Pure skunk juice is not a musky scent of nature. It's friggin chemical warfare. Twelve rounds of shampoo and tomato juice and my eyes were still burning and the dog had to stay on the porch for a week.

Posted by: Bandersnatch at September 17, 2016 03:43 PM (mgbwf)

36 Our Siamese, Sam, died earlier this year. He was 21 and lived through Dalmatians and Weimaraners. I swear cats are the superior species.

Posted by: Peggy at September 17, 2016 03:43 PM (HBU7W)

37 It's the pet thread, Where's the cat?

Posted by: DaveA at September 17, 2016 03:43 PM (8J/Te)

38 mustbequantum at September 17, 2016 03:38 PM (MIKMs). I have an internet friend whose pit bull dog LOVES tomatoes, and also peaches and not only will steal both from the plant or tree but taught their other dogs how to get into the garden and pick tomatoes. I only have to worry about horses eating garden over the fence if I even grew one anymore.

Posted by: PaleRider at September 17, 2016 03:44 PM (Jen0I)

39 33 Had a setter who would take tomatoes out of your hand. He loved fresh produce
Posted by: Mia. Hum
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Tucker will eat damn near anything if he sees me prepping dinner or eating something. Vegetables, fruit, pecans...
Just yesterday, we discovered that he's crazy about sunflower seeds. He doesn't bother spitting out the shells (hulls?).

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:45 PM (+Lg5n)

40 The Kerry Blue Terriers look like shorn Bouvier des Flandres.

Posted by: Dr. Varno at September 17, 2016 03:45 PM (GdFQh)

41 Chi. Dreamer got into the bag of sunflower seeds I feed birds with. Let's say interesting poop patrol the next day

Posted by: Mia. Hum at September 17, 2016 03:47 PM (X+coO)

42 My cats - siamese- will sometimes eat veggies ( especially if it is in some "gravy", but they seem to draw the line at fruit.

Posted by: Nevergiveup at September 17, 2016 03:48 PM (Ozsfq)

43 I once had a cat who would eat Jalapeno peppers. Did a lot of lip licking after he ate one.

Posted by: Vic We Have No Party at September 17, 2016 03:50 PM (mpXpK)

44 Ok, how many of you sleep with your pet(s)? I plead guilty but I draw the line at 3.
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We do indeed allow Miss Sophie to sleep on the bed.

Here's a topical cartoon: http://tinyurl.com/hcmjyme

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 03:50 PM (9mTYi)

45 My cats - siamese- will sometimes eat veggies ( especially if it is in some "gravy", but they seem to draw the line at fruit.
Posted by: Nevergiveup
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Our last cat, a 11 lb. Siamese male, really liked cantaloupe.

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 03:52 PM (9mTYi)

46 Ok, how many of you sleep with your pet(s)? I plead guilty but I draw the line at 3.

Is not a matter of if we will sleep with them, but if they will sleep with us! They usually sleep pretty close to their mother..ugh I mean my wife but sometimes they might also sleep with either of my 2 daughters...Me? Not unless I am home alone with them and they figure the vimen folk are all dead. LOL

Posted by: Nevergiveup at September 17, 2016 03:53 PM (Ozsfq)

47 43 I once had a cat who would eat Jalapeno peppers. Did a lot of lip licking after he ate one.
Posted by: Vic We Have No Party
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Wow. Not just once? He came back for more?
That's impressive.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:53 PM (+Lg5n)

48 I really think dogs (and cats) only eat stuff like tomatoes and apples because we like them so much. My Rottie always ate the kids' apple cores. Old methLab ate carrot sticks. On their own, I don't think they would very often and I have found a lot of spat-out pickles around the house even though they were begging for the burger. It was and is funny the big dramatic productions they make out of eating our own treats -- even if they don't like them very much.

Posted by: mustbequantum at September 17, 2016 03:54 PM (MIKMs)

49 Legos, what can't they do?

There's a website I go to with lots of metric and French-minded. They go nuts if you call them Legos. "They are called Lego" You also have to include a haughty little *sniff*, I think, to underline your contempt.

Posted by: t-bird at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (yddCj)

50 I once had a cat who would eat Jalapeno peppers. Did a lot of lip licking after he ate one.

Posted by: Vic We Have No Party
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How does one repel a cat who eats jalapenos?

Posted by: FireHorse at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (wyFMH)

51 Wow Peggy, 21 is a great run, so sorry for your loss. Siamese cats are so smart and look so regal.

Posted by: PaleRider at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (Jen0I)

52 I go to sleep early unless I have a gig.
I sleep on my back (I know, bad for snoring) and my cat Dexter (a blue cat much like the 2 pictured above) will cuddle in my right armpit and purr and eventually fall asleep.
Wife says we both snore.
I believe her.

Posted by: navybrat at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (w7KSn)

53 And the setter who loved tomatoes loved pineapple as well. I have a friend who has a Lab loves fruit & will eat berries off the bushes

Posted by: Mia. Hum at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (X+coO)

54 Just sent a dogged photo in for next weeks thread . Gotta love our furry four legged masters!

Posted by: Bosk at September 17, 2016 03:56 PM (Gk6KH)

55 Mr. Vendette had a cat who loved tomato sauce and coffee. The day his mom saw the cat dip his paw into her coffee mug and then lick it she switched to tea.

Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 03:56 PM (w/2AT)

56 Mara Jade is beautiful. It is clear that she knows that.

Posted by: m at September 17, 2016 03:58 PM (/4GEs)

57 I love shepherds but never had one. Heard they are bad for splenetic tumors, which is what our lab Bailey succumbed to. Don't know how I would've gotten along without her company those many years working night shift.

Anyway, we latched onto a couple mountain cur lab mixes since then. They're great dogs as well, but I'll have a Shephard some day I hope.

Posted by: Cooldawg at September 17, 2016 03:58 PM (kWQPe)

58 Love today's pets.

I have learned that our dogs are disturbed by didgeridoo music. They say turtles love it. Wonder how they know?

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (qahv/)

59 Had a char pei that ate the kids flourescent crayons once. Cleaning poop out of the back yard was easy for a couple of days. You could even do it at night.

Posted by: Bosk at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (Gk6KH)

60 great pets, thanks for sharing.

you guys reminded me of one of our long ago sheep, i named baby girl. my mom had a habit of taking in random sheep that her friends didn't want. at first i was, "sheep!?!" but they're easy keepers and kept the star thistle down which was good.

baby girl was really tiny and i loved her. she'd eat anything i fed her. watermelon rinds, tomatoes, bananas.

i miss her.

Posted by: concrete girl at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (5rmZe)

61 When I was a kid, our all-white cat loved spaghetti sauce. Gave her a red mustache.

Posted by: Dr. Varno at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (GdFQh)

62 Ok, how many of you sleep with your pet(s)?

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 03:50 PM (9mTYi)

All 3 of the tiny pups sleep on our bed. No need for a blanket in the fall.

Posted by: CrotchetyOldJarhead at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (1qrFE)

63 54 Just sent a dogged photo in for next weeks thread . Gotta love our furry four legged masters!
Posted by: Bosk
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Don't be disappointed if it doesn't appear next week.
I understand that there is quite a backlog of Moronimals in the queue.
Popular thread.

*heck a few weeks ago, I was looking for some weird info on Bing, and AoS Pet Thread was the #2 or #3 search result. We're kind of a big deal.


Side note: it's 5 o'clock somewhwre, right? Like, Newfoundland?

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:00 PM (pcLT/)

64 WHAT A PASSEL OF DEPLORABLY ADORABLE PETS!

Posted by: @votermom at September 17, 2016 04:00 PM (Om16U)

65 One of my cats spends all night curled up in the crook of my arm, every night. Another visits me and my wife for a while before settling in at my wife's feet. The third, the Siamese, picks and chooses his spots, last night he slept on top of the cat at my wife's feet, then spent the morning hours behind my head, licking my hair. The dog comes into the bedroom, circles the bed a couple times to make sure we're all settled and then curls up in the hall right outside the door.

Posted by: Lincolntf at September 17, 2016 04:01 PM (2cS/G)

66 No prob Chi. I'm not the only moron here that loves ten doggies :-)

Posted by: Bosk at September 17, 2016 04:02 PM (Gk6KH)

67 Had the most horrible headache since last night. Just logging on now.
Thank you very much for all the cute pet pix.

Posted by: @votermom at September 17, 2016 04:02 PM (Om16U)

68 The....dammit

Posted by: Bosk at September 17, 2016 04:03 PM (Gk6KH)

69 Posted by: Mia. Hum at
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Umm... are you "transitioning" by any chance?

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:03 PM (pcLT/)

70 Chi, it's 5:35 in newfoundland, 5:05 in the rest of atlantic canada

Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 04:03 PM (w/2AT)

71 I shoulda gotten a picture of my parents' dog when I was house-sitting. Sweet girl.

Dogs are the best.

Posted by: Lance McCormick at September 17, 2016 04:05 PM (Tgcph)

72 Horde! Thanks for the pics of your pets. They all are so deplorable and adorable.

Posted by: washrivergal madly and deeply deplorable at September 17, 2016 04:05 PM (CFc5L)

73 Queen size bed - 2 people, 2 cats, and one small dog.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 04:05 PM (Sfs6o)

74
I have learned that our dogs are disturbed by didgeridoo music.
Posted by: KT
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Ha! This made me snort out bourbon & ginger ale. That burns.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:05 PM (pcLT/)

75 70 Chi, it's 5:35 in newfoundland, 5:05 in the rest of atlantic canada
Posted by: Vendette
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Thanks! First round of drinks & poutine on me!

And how are you this fine day? Don't see you around too much anymore.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:07 PM (pcLT/)

76 Semi-serious question: Mrs. Oldgeezer and I are both over 65; current ruler of the house, Evinrude, is kind of on his last legs. If he goes, new cat or forget it? Nobody to entrust a pet to if we can't take care of it. Thoughts? Advise?

Posted by: oldgeezer at September 17, 2016 04:09 PM (4pPcl)

77 No Chi I'm not

I'm on my iPhone 4s at a nursing home visiting

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 04:11 PM (X+coO)

78 I know nothing about cats OG. Strictly a doggy lover here.

Posted by: Bosk at September 17, 2016 04:11 PM (Gk6KH)

79 I *cannot* take an afternoon nap without the critters insisting on taking part. The weird thing is that the cat always crawls under the light cotton blanket, half-curls up with front paws and head on my chest. He does this at no other time. Ever.

The dog curls up by left shoulder, and that's that. I'm hemmed in. I'm beginning to wonder if it is planned. Mrs. Hammer swears that she has caught them off in a corner of the house plotting together.

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 04:11 PM (9mTYi)

80 I was surprised to see that the end of the Garden Thread led so well into the beginning of the Pet Thread this week. Heh.

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 04:12 PM (qahv/)

81 Posted by: oldgeezer at September 17, 2016 04:09 PM (4pPcl)

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Depends. If you are in good health and can reasonably expect to outlive the new addition then go for it.

Posted by: Duke Lowell at September 17, 2016 04:12 PM (kTF2Z)

82 Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:07 PM (pcLT/)


Today I am having a full day of the pet thread, football, baseball, and hockey, and the remote is all mine...

Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 04:13 PM (w/2AT)

83 My days of bigger dogs are behind me, but I sure do miss them. Those Kerry Blues look like they need an adopted relative to help them out and spoil them even more. Just kidding, but really an adorable group. Cats are okay, but Siamese really behave more like dogs, so I think I would get along with them the best -- can I haz a couple pleeeeze.

Posted by: mustbequantum at September 17, 2016 04:13 PM (MIKMs)

84 >>>42 My cats - siamese- will sometimes eat veggies ( especially if it is in some "gravy", but they seem to draw the line at fruit.
Posted by: Nevergiveup at September 17, 2016 03:48 PM (Ozsfq)

See what they'll do with honeydews or cantaloupes. My tuxedo cat, who we guessed to be part siamese, adored melon balls.

Posted by: m at September 17, 2016 04:13 PM (/4GEs)

85 Semi-serious question: Mrs. Oldgeezer and I are both over 65; current ruler of the house, Evinrude, is kind of on his last legs. If he goes, new cat or forget it? Nobody to entrust a pet to if we can't take care of it. Thoughts? Advise?
Posted by: oldgeezer
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Damned tough call. The usual advice is adopt an older animal from a shelter. Is that good advice? I don't know.

We're facing the same thing. Not soon (I hope), but in the next 4-5 years.

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 04:14 PM (9mTYi)

86 Posted by: oldgeezer at September 17, 2016 04:09 PM (4pPcl)

That's a tough one, knowing your current cat is getting older. However, barring some catastrophic accident how is your general health because it is not unusual for people to live well into their 80's and 90's. If it is pretty good now I would encourage you to get another cat as there are so many that need homes and love.

Posted by: washrivergal madly and deeply deplorable at September 17, 2016 04:14 PM (CFc5L)

87 Oldgeezer, how about adopting an older cat?

Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM (w/2AT)

88 Our doggies made the local newspaper, their pics were with the lead article on the front page Thurs.
We were at the dog park and a photographer asked to take photos for an article on the Park Board's plans for the dog park.

http://tinyurl.com/j5h2anv

Posted by: Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM (3hlFs)

89 82 Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:07 PM (pcLT/)


Today I am having a full day of the pet thread, football, baseball, and hockey, and the remote is all mine...
Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 04:13 PM (w/2AT)

World Cup hockey? When does nhl resume?

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM (X+coO)

90 I watched a show recently about strange animal pals. One pair was about a horse and cat that were great friends. Cat loved to ride the horse.

Posted by: Ronster at September 17, 2016 04:16 PM (516lt)

91 oldgeezer at September 17, 2016 04:09 PM

Tough question. Kittys tend to get attached to homes. And they may not be very flexible past youth. But I keep thinking of a comment on one thread where the writer formed a friendship with a neighbor cat, who stayed part-time with her.

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 04:18 PM (qahv/)

92 nood chess/open

Posted by: OregonMuse at September 17, 2016 04:18 PM (9sZY3)

93 Mis hum, World Cup. NHL preseason starts on the 26th so I believe there will be an overlap.

Posted by: Vendette at September 17, 2016 04:18 PM (w/2AT)

94 Thanks Vendette

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 04:19 PM (X+coO)

95 Posted by: Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM (3hlFs)

What a sweetie!

Posted by: washrivergal madly and deeply deplorable at September 17, 2016 04:20 PM (CFc5L)

96 76 Semi-serious question: Mrs. Oldgeezer and I are both over 65; current ruler of the house, Evinrude, is kind of on his last legs. If he goes, new cat or forget it? Nobody to entrust a pet to if we can't take care of it. Thoughts? Advise?
Posted by: oldgeezer
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When that day comes, maybe visit a nearby shelter for a few minutes.
You'll know what's right for you & the Mrs.
Good luck.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:22 PM (pcLT/)

97 Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM

That's cool. Nice smile on the dog in the front.

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 04:23 PM (qahv/)

98 For years I refused to let the pets sleep in our bed. Then the wife brought home a tiny yorkie-Chihuahua she found at an abandoned nursery. Ugly dog that grew on you.

The first night in the house the wife snuck the dog into bed. I awoke about 2 am with the little guy snuggling into my chest. Working long hours on top of a long commute, I didn't have the energy to put him back in his bed.

Long story short he ended up sleeping in the bed thereafter. He probably saved our marriage and was the bravest dog I've know. I could spend the rest of the day talking about Tralfaz.

Breccia sleeps on the bed during the day. We toss a old sheet on top of the quilt so she doesn't shed on it.

Posted by: Octiparan at September 17, 2016 04:27 PM (f1/cC)

99 Oldgeezer, what I hear often from rescue folks is that it is hard for them to place older cats or dogs. You might have to worry about outliving a kitten but at worst you'd give an older cat a good stretch of a proper home vs just shelter for the rest of its days.

So unless you and missus geezer are feeling like you want to be done with pets I think it would be a good deed to adopt again.

Posted by: PaleRider at September 17, 2016 04:27 PM (Jen0I)

100 47 Wow. Not just once? He came back for more?

That's impressive.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 03:53 PM (+Lg5n)

Yes, "she" came back for more.

Posted by: Vic We Have No Party at September 17, 2016 04:27 PM (mpXpK)

101 Sheesh, that week went by fast.

Posted by: m at September 17, 2016 04:28 PM (/4GEs)

102 How does one repel a cat who eats jalapenos?

Posted by: FireHorse at September 17, 2016 03:55 PM (wyFMH)

she would lick and lick and drink water. You could not smell the peppers.

Posted by: Vic We Have No Party at September 17, 2016 04:28 PM (mpXpK)

103 Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:15 PM
That's cool. Nice smile on the dog in the front.

She is the smilingest dog I've ever seen. Did you notice the pic below, Kahlua the chocolate lab, click on it and it will enlarge.

Posted by: Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:29 PM (3hlFs)

104 Oldgeezer - adopting an older kitty from the shelter is what I was thinking. Absolutely no doubt.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 04:30 PM (Sfs6o)

105 Posted by: Octiparan at September 17, 2016 04:27 PM (f1/cC)

Great story.

Posted by: washrivergal madly and deeply deplorable at September 17, 2016 04:31 PM (CFc5L)

106 That's pretty cool, T.
A bona-fide celebiry.
But AoS Pet Thread Famous is what all the A-list doggehs aspire to. Local paper is just a stepping stone!

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:31 PM (pcLT/)

107 Semi-serious question: Mrs. Oldgeezer and I are both over 65; current ruler of the house, Evinrude, is kind of on his last legs. If he goes, new cat or forget it? Nobody to entrust a pet to if we can't take care of it. Thoughts? Advise?
Posted by: oldgeezer at September 17, 2016 04:09 PM (4pPcl)
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oldgeezer, there is a wonderful children's book series called Mr. Putter and Tabby, by Cynthia Rylant. It is about an older gentleman who gets lonely, so he goes to the pound to adopt a pet. He winds up adopting an old tabby cat who is so happy to be in a home. They have marvelous but gentle adventures together.

I am deathly allergic to cats, but that book series (which my son LOVED, so we had them all) always made me think that an older cat would be a nice pet for an older pet owner.

So of course I realize that has nothing to do with real life, but it made me think of when my son was a little boy, which is always nice to remember.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:40 PM (xpSCc)

108 All beautiful pets!!

Posted by: DeplorableJewells45 at September 17, 2016 04:40 PM (CNHr1)

109 So unless you and missus geezer are feeling like you want to be done with pets I think it would be a good deed to adopt again.

Posted by: PaleRider at September 17, 2016 04:27 PM (Jen0I)

I can't even imagine not having a pet. 0_o. But OG, you should think about an older animal.

Posted by: CrotchetyOldJarhead at September 17, 2016 04:41 PM (1qrFE)

110 Mr. Jarhead, your doggy is very cute, and Mrs. Jarhead is quite lovely.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:43 PM (xpSCc)

111 current ruler of the house, Evinrude...

I'm guessing he purrs like nobody's business.

Old or young, you're going to give them a better life for however long that is. And they you.

Posted by: t-bird at September 17, 2016 04:45 PM (9mTYi)

112 Here's something that just popped up:
Are dogs really colorblind?

Tucker & I are sitting in the shade out in the front yard, enjoying what's left of the day. He knows my Mom's old Hyundai Santa Fe (gold in color) and will go nuts when he sees it turning the corner 750 ft away.

Just now, a silver Santa Fe came down the street - he perked up, but didn't move. Just watched it, gave me a puzzled look, then watched it drive by.
I think he could tell the difference in color. Maybe a different sound? (Exhaust?)

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:47 PM (pcLT/)

113 Farmer at September 17, 2016 04:29 PM

I totally missed the thumbnail photos at the bottom. Kahlua looks like a great dog, too!

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 04:51 PM (qahv/)

114 My own opinion, FWIW, is that they know the sounds of 'their' family cars. No way can they see a car around the corner four blocks away, but they are at the door waiting anyway.

Posted by: mustbequantum at September 17, 2016 04:52 PM (MIKMs)

115 Chi at September 17, 2016 04:47 PM

Too science-y for me today. Heh.

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 04:53 PM (qahv/)

116 Even if dogs are colorblind, they could still see shades of black and white, correct? So light grey vs. lighter grey? Fifty shades of grey? I don't know.

Or maybe Tucker has superpowers.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:55 PM (xpSCc)

117 bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:40 PM (xpSCc)


You allergic to dogs?

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 04:55 PM (X+coO)

118 Just now, a silver Santa Fe came down the street - he perked up, but didn't move. Just watched it, gave me a puzzled look, then watched it drive by.
I think he could tell the difference in color. Maybe a different sound? (Exhaust?)
Posted by: Chi
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May be. Sophie the dog goes to the door to the garage 5 seconds before Mrs. H's car has even reached the driveway.

I could see, from 150' or so from the driveway, my cat Belmont hopping up into the window every day when I came home from work.

Posted by: Mike Hammer, etc., etc. at September 17, 2016 04:56 PM (9mTYi)

119 Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:40 PM (xpSCc)
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All our pets come from the shelter. The puppies and kittens are cute, but it's the older ones that break your heart.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 04:56 PM (Sfs6o)

120 Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:43 PM (xpSCc)

Heh! Thanks. They're my favorite girls. Well, since tha lil Puddinhead baby and my lil punkin moved away.

Posted by: CrotchetyOldJarhead at September 17, 2016 04:57 PM (1qrFE)

121 You allergic to dogs?
Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 04:55 PM (X+coO)
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Not that I know of. I haven't been around them for extended periods of time for a while, but I think I'm fine with them.

Cats, oh dear. They would be the death of me. So of course, when we go anywhere there is a cat they immediately come wind themselves around my legs, eliciting great surprise from their owners who invariably say things like, why, that cat never goes never other humans! And I start sneezing and itching and blowing my nose.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:58 PM (xpSCc)

122 112 Here's something that just popped up:
Are dogs really colorblind?

Tucker & I are sitting in the shade out in the front yard, enjoying what's left of the day. He knows my Mom's old Hyundai Santa Fe (gold in color) and will go nuts when he sees it turning the corner 750 ft away.

Just now, a silver Santa Fe came down the street - he perked up, but didn't move. Just watched it, gave me a puzzled look, then watched it drive by.
I think he could tell the difference in color. Maybe a different sound? (Exhaust?)

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 04:47 PM (pcLT/)



I think its a case that they don't see in black and white, but they don't have the same range of the color spectrum that humans do.

Posted by: buzzion at September 17, 2016 04:59 PM (bMG0w)

123 I have learned that our dogs are disturbed by didgeridoo music. They say turtles love it. Wonder how they know?

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 03:59 PM (qahv/)


Addendum to my 1987 paper. I have belatedly discovered that turtles do not, in fact, love didgeridoo music. It's just that, being turtles, they are very slow at manifesting the homicidal fury to which they are driven by didgeridoo music. Very, very slow, indeed. I would venture to explain how I learned this, but...aaaack! thud.

Posted by: Turtle Behavioral Psychologist at September 17, 2016 04:59 PM (Bvr/A)

124 *near* other humans. Ugh. I have lost the ability to type, it seems.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:59 PM (xpSCc)

125 Bluebell surprised you aren't allergic to dogs if you are to cats

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 05:03 PM (X+coO)

126 I have always had shelter doggehs and kittehs. My mom bought a pure bred shepherd when I was a kid but that's the only time.

When we went to the shelter to get the Gidget, I would have brought home 6-7 others if they'd have let me.

Posted by: CrotchetyOldJarhead at September 17, 2016 05:03 PM (1qrFE)

127
I think its a case that they don't see in black and white, but they don't have the same range of the color spectrum that humans do.
Posted by: buzzion
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All I know is, when I saw it (maybe 300 ft away?), I thought to myself "what is she doing back around here? She just stopped by 3 hours ago..."
I thought it was gold at first, and I still have pretty darned good eyes.

Weird. I may have to do some researching...

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 05:03 PM (pcLT/)

128 Bluebell surprised you aren't allergic to dogs if you are to cats
Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 05:03 PM (X+coO)
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Hey, I'm not complaining. I do love dogs.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 05:05 PM (xpSCc)

129 I'm late today.
KT, you have a didgeridoo? That's one cool-looking instrument.

I let my Dane sleep on my bed for naps but not overnight. She fell asleep for the night early one night while I was up late, and I was too tired to move her. Worst night's sleep ever! She is a total bed hog. Even worse, she kept stretching and kicking me all night. Dane's are leaners so every time I would move a little to leave some space btwn is. she would fill in the gap so she could lean against me. She took up 3/4's of the bed while I was pushed all the way at the very edge. I'm never doing that again.

Posted by: L, Elle at September 17, 2016 05:07 PM (6IPEM)

130 Lovely, bittersweet pet thread.
My Romeo kitty is gone.
He passed away Thursday, here at home, in my arms. Was so very hard, but I know it was best thing. He kept declining a little each day but by Wednesday night He was in such pain, he'd stopped purring and could only moan & whimper. He was so ready to go that Dr. didn't even need to administer the kill shot, he passed shortly after only the sedative.
It was the greatest gift of love I could give him.
Now trying to teach my neurologically challenged Rosie kitty to sit with me on the couch, keeping the cancer at bay. Because I need a feline guardian, you know. But nobody will be as vigilant as Romeo. I feel so vulnerable. With a huge, gaping hole in my heart.
So, I'm a mess. Big time. Gonna go away for a while.
Hug your babies. Please remember us in your prayers.

Posted by: Ritabootoo at September 17, 2016 05:10 PM (fe1EF)

131 Big big hug Ritabootoo. Prayers too.

Posted by: L, Elle at September 17, 2016 05:13 PM (6IPEM)

132 Ritabootoo

Hugs. Hang tough.

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 05:16 PM (X+coO)

133 Prayers, Ritabootoo.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 05:18 PM (Sfs6o)

134 Sorry for your loss Ritabootoo. Sounds like Romeo had a good life and passed away knowing you loved and cared for him.

Posted by: CrotchetyOldJarhead at September 17, 2016 05:19 PM (1qrFE)

135 Ritabootoo, I am so so sorry for your loss. Hugs and love to you. And Prayers for you and the cancer to leave you completely, and let you be healthy.

Posted by: Moki at September 17, 2016 05:20 PM (VnCI9)

136 We lost our Beeg Boy, Dutch (BISS GCh.-G Soyara's The Flying Dutchman) one year ago today. Dutch was the #1 Borzoi in 2014 and the top owner-handled Borzoi in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Posted by: Kodos the Executioner at September 17, 2016 05:21 PM (J8/9G)

137 You did the right thing Rita. My condolences on your loss.

Posted by: Farmer at September 17, 2016 05:25 PM (o/90i)

138 Cats, oh dear. They would be the death of me. So of course, when we go anywhere there is a cat they immediately come wind themselves around my legs, eliciting great surprise from their owners who invariably say things like, why, that cat never goes never other humans! And I start sneezing and itching and blowing my nose.

Posted by: bluebell at September 17, 2016 04:58 PM (xpSCc)

cats know when people are allergic to them, and for some reason, they lurve those people.

I'm fine with dogs, but allergic to cats. Naturally we have a long haired cat that loves to sleep on my head and comb my hair with his teeth, and pat my eyelids with his paws. I wake up stopped up and with my eyes almost swollen shut. But he loves me, so I endure it.

Posted by: Moki at September 17, 2016 05:25 PM (VnCI9)

139 My heart goes out to you, Rita.

Posted by: Duke Lowell at September 17, 2016 05:26 PM (kTF2Z)

140 Vendette


Do you rant and roar, or are you just visiting?!

Posted by: Hrothgar at September 17, 2016 05:29 PM (wCEn4)

141 Kodos, Borzoi's are awesome looking doggies. IIRC, a Borzoi placed in this year's Westminster. MisHum has a lot of experience with the dog show world. That would make a great topic for a pet thread.

Posted by: L, Elle at September 17, 2016 05:32 PM (6IPEM)

142 My spoiled cat Oblio was chillaxing on my bed the other day. I go to the kitchen and loudly rattle the spoons in the tableware drawer. She associates this sound with the imminent dispensing of tuna fish. Did I mention she is spoiled? I hear a thump and the sound of her galloping across hardwood floors. She then saunters around the corner into the kitchen and looks casually at me with a shouldn't-you-be-getting-me-tuna-now? look on her face.

Posted by: Butch at September 17, 2016 05:33 PM (hXu8T)

143 Dog shows = Politics

Ugh

Posted by: Mis. Hum at September 17, 2016 05:35 PM (X+coO)

144 How can dogs shows be political? Do only the black dogs matter? I imagine there is a lot of built in bias with the judges as they are partial to particular breeds. It must be a very close knit circle of insiders.

Posted by: L, Elle at September 17, 2016 05:39 PM (6IPEM)

145 So sad, Rita. Sorry to hear. But know that he's pain-free now, and in a happy place.

Kodos, sad anniversary.
If you're active in any Borzoi online communities, I'll bet you know my friend/neighbor. She lives, eats, breathes evrything Borzoi.
Just lost Cairo recently (I picked him up and placed him in her car for his final ride).
She's in touch with Borzoi rescue groups around the country, and will be adopting one soon, I think.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 05:40 PM (pcLT/)

146 Sorry to hear that Ritabootoo, prayers.

Posted by: BuckIV at September 17, 2016 05:48 PM (CLfqv)

147 Elle, put together a large building of dog lovers who are competitive in a sport that is based upon subjective standards. Ugh

If I were ever to get in the show world it would be agility. Objective over subjective.

Our setter breeder disowned us after switching breeds. Fvck that sh1t.

Posted by: Mis. Hum. at September 17, 2016 05:48 PM (X+coO)

148 Ritabootoo, After the loss, Romeo will make you smile because those memories become so much clearer. Losing a beloved friend always makes you remember why you loved them so much and that's when the smiles replace the tears.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 05:50 PM (1ziV6)

149 DangerGirl, Meatball has redefined the meaning of 'Bun Warmer'.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 05:55 PM (1ziV6)

150 My understanding of the dog showing world is that those people can be worse than the moms that put their 5 year olds in "beauty" pageants.
I'd bet most of the dogs are miserable. Never get to roll in a dead skunk, chase a squirrel, or eat a worm they found in the driveway (yes, that just happened 15 minutes ago).

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 06:00 PM (59r+t)

151 That skunk I rolled in wasn't dead. I mean, he is now, but...do we have any tomato juice?

Posted by: Tucker at September 17, 2016 06:03 PM (kTF2Z)

152 Love seeing all the pets.

Sorry for your loss, Ritabooboo, words cannot convey how deep my sympathy is for you.

Posted by: Sherry McEvil, Stiletto Corsettes now with tiny wizened charcoal grey lump that is the McEvil heart at September 17, 2016 06:04 PM (kXoT0)

153 My understanding of the dog showing world is that those people can be worse than the moms that put their 5 year olds in "beauty" pageants.
I'd bet most of the dogs are miserable. Never get to roll in a dead skunk, chase a squirrel, or eat a worm they found in the driveway (yes, that just happened 15 minutes ago).
Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 06:00 PM

Have any of you seen Christopher Guest's "Best in Show"? It's hysterical, that's one movie I could watch over and over.

Posted by: Farmer at September 17, 2016 06:06 PM (o/90i)

154 Mis Hum, It is the same in all arenas. Any type of livestock or domestics. Pay to play is alive and well. This could turn into a raging discussion.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 06:08 PM (1ziV6)

155 Prayers to Ritabootoo. I'm sure Romeo still looks out for you from wherever he is.

Posted by: Brother Cavil, That Guy at September 17, 2016 06:12 PM (vyqqu)

156 Chi, not quite. When you know you have something of truly champion caliber, your life is centered around that animal. The breeders and showers have found that to have that truly brilliant animal you do let the dog chase the rabbit or pounce on the worm. I have a friend that breed the most ever field trial champion beagles and he hunted them continually.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 06:16 PM (1ziV6)

157 Merlot for the win, @156 was really poorly worded.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 06:23 PM (1ziV6)

158 151 That skunk I rolled in wasn't dead. I mean, he is now, but...do we have any tomato juice?
Posted by: Tucker
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Heh.
Actually, I've never seen a skunk here on my little acre.
But the little hunter did get another possum a few nights ago. Damn thing had to be 15 lbs. I heard squeals, ran out back with a flash, and saw him shaking that thing like a ragdoll.

This makes number 4 or 5 I think. + one grackle that he caught out of the air.
That has earned him his title of Awesomest Dog In The World.

*side note: he is now about 99% trained on that new trick.
I ask "who's the Awesomest Dog In the world? He raises his paw. It freaks people out.

Posted by: Chi at September 17, 2016 06:25 PM (59r+t)

159 Great looking pets, as always.

I especially love Sherry McEvil's Etta Mae. I have a soft spot in my hard, calloused heart for poodles.

Posted by: Michael the Deplorable TEXIT at September 17, 2016 06:30 PM (nvMvs)

160 I am so sorry, Rita. Wish I knew how to help.

Posted by: KT at September 17, 2016 06:31 PM (qahv/)

161 Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 06:08 PM (1ziV6)


My bad.
I've had championship Irish setters

My current r&w setter dad was #1 r&w for 2 years

I told his breeder he was going to be a pet. Instead of dog shows he goes fishing with me or rides on the ATV with me on weekends

Posted by: Mis. Hum. at September 17, 2016 06:33 PM (X+coO)

162 Ok, how many of you sleep with your pet(s)? I plead guilty but I draw the line at 3.

Our sweet Chihuahua, Heidi, slept with us for many years before she grew old and scared. She settles for spending several hour in my lap every night.

I didn't grow up sleeping with dogs. It's just something that wasn't done. After wifey started the trend, I liked it.

Posted by: Michael the Deplorable TEXIT at September 17, 2016 06:37 PM (nvMvs)

163 We're babysitting our goddaughter for the first time and WeaselDog is a little bit freaked out. She's not sure what to make of the baby.

Posted by: Weasel at September 17, 2016 06:39 PM (Sfs6o)

164 Mis Hum, I apologize. I have been in the highly competitive showing business for a long time.

Posted by: Ben Had at September 17, 2016 06:43 PM (1ziV6)

165 Wahn! Late to the pet thread again.

The video Ace posted a few slots above, with the kitty on the highway? I just added a comment that I had almost the same experience with my dear cat Fortune.

As I said in that thread, I won't repeat the story further, but I wrote a (long) comment about it on the May 28 pet thread:
http://acecomments.mu.nu/?blog=86&post=363645#c25305783

Posted by: deplorable mindful webworker - click me if you dare at September 17, 2016 08:02 PM (5a8XA)

166 The dog is not allowed on our bed, but cats can't be stopped. Three of the four of them, anyway. The old gray cat Spark who thinks he's a dog doesn't ever get on the bed.

How we found Spark & his sister abandoned as kittens, Mar 12 Pet Thread:
http://acecomments.mu.nu/?blog=86&post=361973#c24985142

Posted by: deplorable mindful webworker - click me if you dare at September 17, 2016 08:10 PM (5a8XA)

167 Ritabootoo, please accept my condolences on the loss of your sweet kitty, Romeo.

Posted by: Alberta Oil Peon at September 17, 2016 08:38 PM (Bvr/A)

168 Ben Had

All is good.
You enjoy that world and I don't
But I am glad that you do

Posted by: Mis. Hum. at September 17, 2016 10:03 PM (a4/uY)

169 Thank you, everyone.
Your kindness and concern will help me heal.
I'll be back when I have more smiles than tears. (Re: Ben Had)
God Bless

Posted by: Ritabootoo at September 18, 2016 05:46 AM (fe1EF)

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