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    Default Re: Daddy hit the Grand Slam yesterday evening!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Lol. You have a pecking order in your house. We do as well, the cat Meeko, who is declawed, and was actually our first pet, constantly sits on top of our Quaker Parrot Kiwis' cage, and tries to put her paws through the rung, but they are too narrow and she can't. Kiwi will peck Meeko from underneath her until she gets annoyed and jumps down. The cat is constantly looking at the cage and smacking her lips as if to say, if I could get to you, you'd be my next snack. Lol. Then the two puppies Bulldozer and Blossom will chase and pounce on the cat every moment they can, they never hurt her, but will tag team her and want to play with her, but she wants nothing to do with them. She will sit in front of them and box them with her front paws, but she has no claws, so it doesn't phase them. Lol. Then when she's had enough she'll kind of give them lip, I don't know if it's a meow, or a low growl? And then she takes off for high ground, either upstairs to my bedroom, or back on top of the birdcage, where it starts the whole cycle over again. Lol. I have a crazy zoo.

    Here is my pecking order:

    That's funny!!!

    In Britain we don't declaw cats.... all cats are inside cats and go out when they want to cats. So when we moved we brought the cat, Angel, and our two dogs with us. So Angel would never have settled to be an inside cat, which is why he goes out whenever he wants to and "plays" with the wild life!!


    However, I will share a story that I think is funny. We have brought numerous puppies both large and small home since we got Angel the cat. In July of 2011 we moved into this house, an old farmhouse built in 1852. We had hardly been here more than a few days when Tom got up from the family room to get something from the kitchen. There was Angel in the kitchen sitting quietly, watching a mouse scurry across the floor. Tom was totally disgusted by the lack of mouse-catching Angel was doing ... until I pointed out to him that Angel probably thought it was yet ANOTHER small dog we had brought home!!

    He did have a look on his face as if to say "Oh gawwwwwddd ... they've brought A.N.O.T.H.E.R. one home"
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzy220 View Post
    Yep ... Daddy really outdid himself in the eating department yesterday!!!


    Not ONLY did he find the juciest cat to eat ..... but then when the cat somehow found the energy to find a chipmunk ... he ate that too before we could get to it!!!

    We spent the entire night half awake and half asleep waiting to hear that gagging .. gulping .. "he's-about-to-throw-up" noise but NOPE!!

    I'm leaving work in 45 mins and dreading what I may find when I get home!!!
    Oh why oh why does his make me feel soooooo much better?
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    Karen, go take another look at the slumbering post.
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    Lol. That's too funny. We didn't want to declaw Meeko at first, but we have leather dining room chairs, and my living room furniture is leather as well. She started to scratch the dining chairs, and we used a water bottle everytime she did it, and she got the idea and stopped. She got two of my chairs pretty good with a gouge in one of them, but that goes with the territory of having a new kitten, or puppy, or any other baby pet. They go through that stage of scratching its in their nature, or in the case of dogs they chew and bite things in the beginning. We had the cat for a year before the dogs came, and when we brought them home, she started clawing the furniture again, so when we had her spayed we decided to declaw her at the same time. She actually became a lot more calmer, after her surgeries as she was a little wild before because she was a barn cat. Now she is very sucky and affectionate. She never goes outside because we live near a couple of busy roads, and she could get hit by a car, and we also have a nature trail with a river right behind our house and I'd be afraid of her getting into a fight with the wildlife in the woods. We have a lot of raccoons, possums, skunks, foxes, and rabbits, around our house , as well as many birds, ducks, geese, and a few deer. So she is safer inside.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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