Animal Logic

Can you read your pet's mind? Tell us what they are thinking. Pictures optional. ;)

Re: Animal Logic

Postby LunarHeart » Mon May 26, 2014 12:26 am

Merpsicle wrote:
LunarHeart wrote:@Merp yeah, pretty sure the closer one is the female. Oh, and you know what my pet bunny started doing with the chicken nest box? He has found a way to jump four feet up to the top of it and then takes a nap there. -,-


mhm i know in some species/breeds the female is larger, wasn't sure with small birds. xD at least you don't walk in to find your cat sleeping in a guinea pig cage, WITH a lid on... i left the top open after putting the piggies out, and i find her in there snoozing


Try losing your cat for 5-6 hours and finding her passed out in a closet sleeping. Or stuck behind a shelf.
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Merpsicle » Mon May 26, 2014 9:22 am

:lol: I lost my brothers cat once, then i sat on him accidentally. he was under my pillow xD
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Big Grey » Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:45 am

I have a Dutchie (Ding Dong) who is a major hair bomb, but hates to get brushed. On a whim I bought a shedding blade, and she LOVES it! This interaction takes place Every. Single. Time.

I hold up the shedding blade, Ding Dong comes running over and plops in my lap.
DD- Shedding time!
Me- Ok, stop wriggling so I can actually do this.
DD-I lurvs shedding time! I lurvs you, Mom!
*dodges enthusiastic face licking so I can see what I'm doing*
Me- where does all of this hair come from? Why are you not bald yet?
*shake a wad of loose hair off of the shedding blade after 4-5 strokes*
DD- OMG! What was that?!
*sticks nose into pile of hair and sniffs*
DD- OMG! Moooom! It's got my nose!
*sigh and remove clump of hair from dog's nose, set the clump on the floor.*
DD- Wait! What did you have? What did you put down? You had it in your hand so I must investigate it!
*sticks nose in hair and sniffs again, getting it stuck to her nose*
Me- Yup. You're a Ding Dong.
*removes hair and hides it under my leg, then distracts the dog with the shedding blade*

This is how much I get off of this dog every week. I still don't understand why she's not naked.
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby SweetHeart » Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:13 am

That is a massive amount of fur 0.0
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Big Grey » Mon Jun 30, 2014 1:56 pm

Yes, yes it is. This is why she never gets bathed in the house anymore. When the hose water is warm enough she gets bathed/ blown out on the deck, and when it's too cold she goes to the doggie spa. I talked to the vet about it when we were there the other day and the vet said it's the breed, not because of a nutritional issue. I talked to the breeder we got her from and she said "Dutchies blow coat twice a year. Each time lasts a little over 5 months."
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Cloudy » Mon Jun 30, 2014 2:17 pm

That's exactly like our current and previous GSDs. Shedding all the time, and I'd brush off so much hair I seriously thought they'd go bald xD

Beautiful dog though!!
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby BlueMist Farms » Mon Jun 30, 2014 3:04 pm

Grey she's stunning
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Big Grey » Mon Jun 30, 2014 9:29 pm

Thank you both. :) I've heard GSDs called German Shedders, I guess Dutchies are the same way.

She's so in love with the shedding blade that I can now use it an enticement.
*getting out the dremmel*
DD- NOOOOO Mommie! Not the toes AGAIN!
Me- I'll give you shedding time.
*holds up shedding blade*
DD- Ok! *comes gallomping over and sprawls on me* Lets just do the shedding and forget about the toes.
Me- How about some shedding after each foot?

She's always been very tolerant of having her toenails dremmeled, but now with the addition of the shedding blade breaks she get excited about it. :roll:
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby BlueMist Farms » Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:36 am

Girl Cat: "OMG OMG OMG!!!" *runs around room*
Me: "Lay down, we have to wait for rollover*
Girl Cat: "But... But... *jumps on fish tank.*
Me: "Please let Fireheart show up."
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Merpsicle » Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:47 am

aw, ye all have such cure pets!
I swear, my brothers demon bunny is worst than the cats i know. One minute she wants cuddles, the next she chomps you leg off and runs around the garden with her tail in the air >.<
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Silver Woodlands » Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:05 pm

I have this cat that loves to stay in an empty crawl space in the ceiling right above the back porch. To get up to the board that leads to the opening for the crawl space he has to run up a 45 degree beam then jump up to the board.

(Im heading to the chicken coop)
Cat: Hey can I come with you?!? (peeking over from the crawl space)
Me: Sure you can come with me but you can't go in with me
*grabs food container and goes down porch stairs)
Cat: HOORAY! I promise to be good mom.
*he quickly comes out from his crawl space and jumps down to beam*
Me: Well are you coming Buddy?
Cat: MOM HELP!
*I look up to see whats wrong and she's him hanging off the beam like Mufasa from Lion King in the canyon scene)
Me: Well jump down I'll catch you. I warned you not to go up there to begin with
Cat: No ill just hit the ground. How do I know that you'll really catch me?!?
Me: Why in the world would I let you fall to the ground?
Cat: I dunno...ok mom here I come
*cat lets go and I manage to catch him and the cat gives me a bewildered look*
Cat: Wow you really did catch me
Me: Umm yeah told you I would
*start to walk off to coop while holding the cat who's rubbing his head all over my neck*

I absolutely love and adore this Tomcat; wish he was still with us on the farm. He disappeared after a younger family member stomped him in the lower stomach region and hasn't been seen for 2 1/2 weeks now.
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Autumn Forest Ranch » Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:23 am

Ahahaha some of theses are hilarious.
I have a good one with my cat FooFoo(rather fat, only has one eye)

Me: Fofy!
Foofoo: *flops over* Rub my belly!
Me: *goes to pet belly only to get bitten by Foofoo* Ouch!
Foofoo: *wiggles* Pet my belly!
Me: No! Last time you said that you bit me!
Foofoo: I won't bite you, I pinky promise *wiggles more*
Me: *sigh* Okay okay, I'll pet your belly. *proceeds to pet his belly only to get bit again*

This is a very repetitive cycle. Haha
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby BlueMist Farms » Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:14 pm

Tucker is my 7 month old puppy lol.
Me: *grabs hay bale to take into the barn*
Tucker: "Ahhhh!!! Wait for meeee!!!!!" *runs circles around me*
Me: *trips*
Neighbor: "Come on Jaley!"
Me: *face palm*
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Purple pegasus farm » Sun Jan 22, 2017 7:46 pm

I own a 2 year old red purebred warlock size Doberman pinscher named Artemis who happens to be a little TOO fond of ducks and skill full at opening doors. Here's how it goes.



Me: *closes door and goes to put ducks away for the night*
Artemis:"No, Don't leave me! Take this door!" *Opens door and runs
Me: "No! NO Artemis!"
Artemis: *Starts chasing ducks*
Me:*Starts chasing Artemis*
Artemis: "Get em'!"
Me:*Finally catches Artemis then trips and falls."
Artemis: "Weeeeeeeeee!" *drags me 7-10 feet cross the ground like a sack of feather*
Me: "Stands back up and takes dog back in the house.*



Remind me to lock the door next time
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Re: Animal Logic

Postby Crimson Rose » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:07 am

Lol! These are so cute!
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