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Mon Jan 1, 2018, 12:19 PM

Dog hates how 2018 is starting out

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Reply Dog hates how 2018 is starting out (Original post)
packman Jan 2018 OP
TexasProgresive Jan 2018 #1
democratisphere Jan 2018 #2
question everything Jan 2018 #3
irisblue Jan 2018 #4
packman Jan 2018 #5
paleotn Jan 2018 #6
Control-Z Jan 2018 #9
paleotn Jan 2018 #14
sandensea Jan 2018 #11
paleotn Jan 2018 #15
sandensea Jan 2018 #16
SunSeeker Jan 2018 #20
NewJeffCT Jan 2018 #7
keithbvadu2 Jan 2018 #8
irisblue Jan 2018 #12
RandomAccess Jan 2018 #10
BumRushDaShow Jan 2018 #13
Rhiannon12866 Jan 2018 #17
calimary Jan 2018 #18
A HERETIC I AM Jan 2018 #19

Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 12:29 PM

1. What a good dog - knows his place.

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 12:43 PM

2. Kitten needs to learn to respect it's elders.

Cute pic. Bed looks big enough to share.

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:00 PM

3. Oh, just nudge it a bit. Enough room for both

Kitty can even curl withing the dog body. If their humans will help with the first steps.

Ahem..

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:20 PM

4. There is another one behind you Doggo!

Left & behind doggo, by the coats.
I bet this happens often.😸😸

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Response to irisblue (Reply #4)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:28 PM

5. Good eye - didn't see that one

poor dog is outnumbered and surrounded - Should call him Gen. Custer

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:38 PM

6. In our house....

Whoever's bed has been absconded by the cat, comes to us pleading....please, please!...kitty on my bed!....oh, scared of kitty!....please get kitty of my bed! Cat has his own bed, but thinks the whole house is his.

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Response to paleotn (Reply #6)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 02:23 PM

9. Isn't it?

Cat has his own bed, but thinks the whole house is his.

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Response to Control-Z (Reply #9)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 03:08 PM

14. Yep. Cat's just don't get property rights.

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Response to paleotn (Reply #6)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 02:30 PM

11. As a believer in state intervention when warranted,

I'd gently place the kitty in his/her own bed, and then escort the dog to his.

Of course though, if I can't keep an eye on them within 10 or 20 minutes things would probably be back to how they were in the first place - rather like state intervention.

Happy New Year, btw.

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Response to sandensea (Reply #11)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 03:11 PM

15. If intervention fails, we just tell them to sort it out themselves...



Happy new year to you as well!

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Response to paleotn (Reply #15)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 09:03 PM

16. My money would be on kitty

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Response to sandensea (Reply #16)

Wed Jan 3, 2018, 11:08 PM

20. Hilarious!

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:41 PM

7. LOL - my cousin has a similar situation

We gave them a big doggy bed for their bigger dog that is like 60-70 pounds. I think the bed is for dogs up to 75 or so pounds, or maybe even more. However, the little poodle that is about 10 pounds has claimed big dog bed and the bigger dog sleeps next to it.

Both dogs are female, but the bigger one is about 18 months old, while the small dog is 5-6 years old

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 01:45 PM

8. 10 seconds into my New Years resolution

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Response to keithbvadu2 (Reply #8)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 02:43 PM

12. 😄😄😄

Totally understand!

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 02:30 PM

10. And just like a cat -- to take the whole damn thing

 

LOL

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Response to packman (Original post)

Mon Jan 1, 2018, 02:52 PM

13. My sister has a tortie and a black lab

(kitteh will be 7 this year and pup just turned 3). Needless to say they don't get along very well and have stare-down contests but he will drink out of her water cup and she will deposit herself on his bed.

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Response to packman (Original post)

Tue Jan 2, 2018, 04:48 AM

17. Awww! Looks like my little guy when I found him three years ago

Fortunately, he really loves my dog - and my dog is used to both cats and dogs, was fostered at an animal emergency clinic - but there are times that my rambunctious cat, who is pretty big now, can get on his last nerve.

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Response to packman (Original post)

Tue Jan 2, 2018, 07:24 PM

18. Awwww... there's a cat in my bed...

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Response to packman (Original post)

Tue Jan 2, 2018, 08:52 PM

19. It would appear as if...

Heckin Catzer bamboozeled doggo

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