Household Pets. Got any?
Posted 30 August 2017 - 12:55 PM Edited by HeavyDuke, 30 August 2017 - 12:56 PM.
And she now has a new pillow. She ate dog sh*t from my other dog, got sick, puked it out on her old pillow so i had to ditch it in the garbage bin. Now she has this:
And didn't eat sh*t again. She's a bit out of wack because of cortisone treatment, because of inflamed ananal glands. Now she wants nothing but eat all day.
And Golden boy was a little scared because a bunch of revving Harley riders drove past my house.
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Posted 20 September 2017 - 04:26 PM Edited by Ai家Cob家, 20 September 2017 - 07:27 PM.
This picture popped up on my FB feed today from Sept 2012 Miss Queenie W/ Little Bro Buster i miss her a lot.
I can't remember if I've ever told ya'll her story
I rescued her from a dog hoarder, We had a call out to a cardiac event and i was on-call that night so i was in the Rapid Response Vehicle (We take the RRV home and respond from there) and got there first got the gentleman set up on the monitors doing an EKG and such.
There wasn't anything more i could do until the ambulance arrived to transport so while i was waiting Queenie came outta nowhere and sat down next to me and just looked at me i petted her while talking to the guy and his wife.
Once the Ambulance arrived i started loading my equipment into the back of the SUV i had the back passenger door open for whatever reason and somehow she managed to sneak out of the house and jump into the back of the SUV with nobody spotting her.
She was a smart little cookie too, She made sure she didn't make a peep until i arrived back at my house and i got into the backseat to get the gear to plug it in and who do i spot just staring at me?
Queenie, I didn't report her because i knew the condition she was in, When she snuck into the SUV she weigh less then half of what she should've weighed which meant she wasn't being fed property which wasn't good because you could tell she had given birth to puppies 2 months prior, She wasn't being groomed as she was full of fleas and caked on fecees and dirt.
So i took her inside gave her a bath (by time she was done the water was black) and i made her a hamburger which she happily ate then found a comfy spot in the living room and went right to sleep.
The animal hoarding was so bad that they never even knew she was missing.
The Humane Officers went out to the home a day or so later and removed all of the dogs from the home and cited the owners with neglect and abuse they were barred from owning an animal (not just dogs but birds, ferrets and even rats) for life.
They had i think 6 or 7 difference animals in the house with them.
~ Hamsters/Guinea Pigs
~ Snakes (One was a ball python)
Daddy came i have some?
This little bugger was sitting there staring at me while i was asleep and this is what i woke up too
Here's another picture of Tyson i found on my phone
These two pictures make it look as if he saying Git that camera outta my face!
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Posted 25 September 2017 - 05:16 PM Edited by Captain Owlfeg, 25 September 2017 - 07:07 PM.
Thought this was gonna be a happy post? I'm here to strip away the happiness. I don't suggest opening the spoiler if you're light hearted.
I won't be posting in this thread anymore, I don't have anything left after this to post unless I find old photos.
I'll always have a bit of her though in the same box that contains the ashes and a feather of Floyd. She now joins the other dog taken home by my grandma from the same place at the same time, Dolly.
It took a lot out of me to post this, it brought me back to that moment, holding her in my arms, but it needs to be done.
I just found a few more photos of her on mum's facebook.
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Posted 25 September 2017 - 06:52 PM
She is a beauty, Non pet people don't understand that our pups are at the same level as a human family member so when they die it hurts us just as bad as a family member dying.
Just remember she's in no more pain and has all the bacon, squeeky toys and balls she could ever want
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Posted 3 weeks ago Edited by trip, 3 weeks ago.
RayRay refused to leave.
My mother is an old hippie and very political. Of course her dog has a Trump chew toy.
My dogs: RayRay, Peaches, and Colonel Ted Pudding.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
There is a new stray kitty that stays back and forth between my house and my neighbor's house. I call her Panther. She has caught two mice in two days, and likes to bring them to me alive and finish them off in front of me for my approval. Cold as ice, but very sweet.
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Posted A week ago
This is my chihuahua, Cupid. We've been through a lot of sh*t together: cocaine sniffing, junkie, step dad, near death experience (for him), getting lost for 72 hours, almost getting kicked out because of no pets being allowed, and most importantly of all, growing up.
This is my best friend. Sad to say, you know you got friend issues when your best friend is a dog. It's more than just an expression. I love this thing to death, and as God as my witness, as dumb as he can be sometimes, he's a loving little guy.
Nothing beats coming through the door everyday, seeing that small ( but fast) thing dart from the couch and into your arms. I love everything about him, from his rat face, to his tucked tail. He's been kicking for 7, almost 8 years now. I just can't imagine losing something you spent what felt like a lifetime with. It's going to be tough replacing him, but we still got a couple of more years together.
Best believe I'm going to enjoy the hell out of them.
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Posted A week ago
Well...awhile back, I posted here that had a wonderful buddy by the name of Fluster... but due to unfortunate circumstances...he passed away. That cat was part of my life for a very long time, he was family. But when I lost him it sadden me to the core, and I promised myself I would not get another pet. However, I've been giving it a lot of though, and might so next year. We'll see.
He was identical to this one. R.I.P Buddy.
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Posted A week ago
Apologies for the huge image but this is my boy Angus (on the left)...he is a Bull Arab/Red Heeler x at his favourite location. Rescued him from the pound at nine months after his original owner couldn't be bothered to collect him even though he knew his was in the care of the council (he got out of the yard when a tradie forgot to shut the gate)...for eight days. Wasn't microchipped and on the verge of been put down. Was hesistant originally (was going off my wife's hunch about him) as he was completely nuts when we visited him at the pound but that quickly disappeared after a couple of days when he settled in. Absolute maniac when out and about chasing tennis balls but a big fat slob on the couch at home.
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