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    My sister and I spent the whole night last night chatting about funny things our pets have done over the years ...

    it entertained my daughter no end (except now she wants a new puppy AND a kitten *groan* )


    so - funniest thing your pet has done ... go

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    We had a crazy kitten when dh and I first moved in together but he disappeared at about 18 months old. His funniest was the day he somehow managed to get in between the glass and screen sliding doors and was at face height stuck. We pretty much had to take the door off the runner to get him out so no idea how he got in.

    He also managed to get the pad of his paw stuck between the closed car doors, he must have fallen down and it slid in between. And the time he got stuck on top of the picket fence.

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    Our dog is ball mad. She will quite often sleep in our room and will sneak her ball in with her. A couple times now dp has play wrestled with her on the bed (gross I know) and hidden the ball somewhere for her to find. Eg under the bed, in his pocket, between the bed base and the side of the mattress.. And our dog will sniff it out no matter where it is. Sometimes she wakes up in a playful mood and if we are trying to sleep we tell her to get her ball. Well anyway she has made sure dp was awake by pouncing on his.. Morning.. You know.. Because the scent of her ball was still on the blanket from the night before. She honestly could be a sniffer dog.

    Oh and we have a cat who has a fetish for snuggling with moving car tyres and also for trying to snuggle with naked flames ie open fire pits etc he doesn't feel it burning him at all and we constantly have to pull him out of the flames.

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    Oh the tales I could tell you about my bunnies!
    We'll just go with the more recent one I think.

    Dougall (our eldest bunny - my avatar) was given a little "house" to add to his cage to play with. Some days he decides he is king of castle, and will jump on top of it....which lasts until he manages to break it. Other days he will just destroy one side, and then jump in it (even though there is a perfectly good doorway). and then some days he just moves it around his cage in order to get to the straw underneath it...which apparently is better than the rest of the straw. sigh.

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    when I was young we had a cat ...

    My sister and I would make coffee for my Mum and Dad in bed ... so we would walk slowly down a long corridor carrying coffee.

    The cat would watch, and run to the bathroom (just off the long corridor) and hide in there waiting ... and as we would past, would pounce and try and climb up our legs ... and then run away as fast as possible

    Guaranteed spilling the coffee every single time.

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    Our dog is bit of an airhead.

    When he was a puppy and lived in suburbia DH used to take him for a walk before work at about 5.30am and they would throw the ball at the park for a while. One morning the dog saw a cyclist and started running after him, but the cyclist stopped to get on a bus, so the dog did to and just kept running up and down the isle.

    My MIL still make jokes about Harry's need for a bus pass 3 years later...

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    Our dog is really well behaved about 95% of the time, but she has a couple of weaknesses - firstly, any animal that she can chase (particularly cats and rabbits). If something runs, she has to chase it. DH used to take her for an (off leash) run in the dark along a bike track near us. One night he was so much longer than usual I was getting really worried. Next thing I know, he comes home telling me he has been looking for the dog for 30 minutes. She took off chasing a rabbit and he couldn't find her anywhere. After eventually giving up on looking for her he came home to find a torch, only to find the dog lying on our front door mat!
    Her other weakness is food - DH had her at the dog park one day when she smelt the sausage sizzle from the netball courts close by. She took off across 4 games of netball looking for sausages while DH had to try to wrangle the kids into the pram to chase after her Poor DH seems to cop the worst of her misbehaviour. Though I did have my finger operated on after she broke it chasing ducks (it got stuck in the lead as she lunged).

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    My cat likes to perch on dh's shoulder like a parrot. Maybe he should be the one called "adornedwithcats".

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    One of my family's cats once nicked a chicken schnitzel off the kitchen counter that had been meant for dinner that night, and ran off with it presumably to eat it or hide it somewhere for safe keeping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    One of my family's cats once nicked a chicken schnitzel off the kitchen counter that had been meant for dinner that night, and ran off with it presumably to eat it or hide it somewhere for safe keeping.
    My cat did this for awhile 😤 used to frustrate me so much! He once stole half a kilo of chicken that was defrosting and then shared it with the dog. How sweet 😠 lol. He was notorious for stealing the kitchen sponge as well.

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