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09-08-2006 02:07 AM  14 years ago
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tells us your pet stories..
Ill start,,,

we have a 9 Y.O. yellow tiger tabby,, I have always found small rubber-bands on the floor of my back porch, well I have always thought the kids were playing with them and they left them there,, so, after years and years of this one day I find this very large rubber band, so I asked the kids if they were playing with it "no, they say", I did not pick it up, the next day it was gone, then the 3rd day it was back again, at that moment I knew my kid's cat has a-thing for rubber bands,,,

but what I want to know is "where does he find them all" LOL

my friend's dog,,
we used-to go to this river cause we used-to go 4-wheeling close by and some of my friend's swam there too,,, well one day at the river a High Scholl friend show's up with his dog (I never seen this dog before), it was a White Labb,,

so my friend says watch this, he take's a tennis ball size white rock, rub's it on the dog mouth, then he throw's the rock in the river, I would say the water was about 5,6 Ft deep there, the dog jump's in the water and goes down after the rock, and he is totally submerged tail and all,, well the dog was down under the water for what I thought was a long time, after a couple minutes I say to my friend "aa Dave, he's been down there a while now",, Dave tells me "just wait",, so about another minute go's by and I'm thinking man-Ol-man is this dog going to drown over a rock, and then the dog comes up with the same rock,,, he let's the dog rest about 10 minutes then the rock goes back in the water,,, I have always wondered how that dog could smell under the water ??


tell us you pet stories guys..
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09-08-2006 02:23 AM  14 years ago
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I live way out in the country and my flying field is amongst soybean fields in the middle of nowhere. About 8 months ago I am training a planker with a brand new plane, there is nobody but us around for miles. All of a sudden the radio is almost yanked right out of my hands and the plane goes spinning towards the ground, the trainer cable is dangling in the mouth of a lab puppy that crept up on us from behind. Looks like a purebred, very friendly and happy to see us. She is so black I named her Coal. She rules the house now! It is sad that people drop animals off in the country like that, but this time I am glad they did, she now has a nice home.
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09-08-2006 04:12 AM  14 years ago
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I had a cat that used to taunt my 12 foot burmeese python while it was behind the glass of the cage. The snake used to hiss at the cat and try to strike but it would just smack into the glass. It was almost as if the cat thought it was funny or something. One day when I came home I found my custom snake tank with the front glass blown out ,like some one hit it with a bat. The snake must have gone to strike at the cat again and smashed through the glass, he escaped but I found him curled up by the base board heater in the corner. I found the cat upstairs in the bedroom hiding under the bed. Since then the cat wouldn't go near the cage. I ended up giving the cat to my mother before it got eaten and I donated the snake to a local reptile place because he grew to 15+ feet and eating rabbits by the time I got rid of him and would soon be requiring pigs or large chickens which gets real expensive and real smelly when he is done digesting it.*******Mike********
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09-08-2006 04:23 AM  14 years ago
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I had reptiles, mostly snakes and a few lizards. Anyway, in highschool, when Beth and I were dating, I put one of the snakes in a ball-cap (it was just a yearling at the time, so not very big) and told Beth to put the cap on. She obliged and soon realized something wasn't right. The snake slipped off her head which I caught and she just stood there screaming... That joke didn't go over very well.

Needless to say, I no longer keep reptiles but have friends that do and continue to frequent reptile sites to checkout the latest reptile stuff.

Oh yeah, I also had a Sinaloan Milksnake escape its cage roaming my bachelor pad and finally show up after 3 long months. Beth rarely visited me during that time.
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09-08-2006 08:30 PM  14 years ago
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More pet stories!!
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09-09-2006 12:05 AM  14 years ago
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I also had a huge red knee turantula escape. It took me a week to find it. That made for some rough nites getting to sleep.*******Mike********
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09-09-2006 03:54 AM  14 years ago
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Oh man, I hate spiders, hate em!!!!
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09-09-2006 07:36 AM  14 years ago
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Oh, here's another one,,

my other friend and his wife was leaving their house one day, his wife was the last one to go out the door, after she shut the door and was out side she heard this funny sound, so she asked my friend if he heard it,, he turned around and looked, he then told his wife to look at the door bottom,, so the wife turn's around and look's down to see their cats head sticking out of the crack gasping for air, she had shut/closed the door on the cat's neck,, she quickly open the door and the cat's head fell off, no no no LOL, the cat was OK..

true story..
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09-09-2006 01:34 PM  14 years ago
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Our cat is very nosy, she always wants to sniff around peoples cars when they're parked outside. Has been known to get in backs of pick up trucks and vans but always got out before they drove off.
Until...
My brother in laws had bought a boat, stuck it on a trailer and came to our house to chill out before their 200 mile journey home.It was quite late when they set off and it was presumed that the cat was asleep. Oh she was asleep allright - in the boat on the back of the trailer. An hour after they had set off we got a phone call asking if we'd lost the cat because they had stopped for munchies and a cat looking strangely like ours had wandered across the garage forecourt - they had to bring her back.
It hasn't stopped her from being nosy though, I just have to make doubly sure thats she's around before anyone drives off.

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