(Closed) "Special" Pet Moments??

posted 8 years ago in Pets
Post # 17
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall

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@navybride0428:  Bahahaha!  Oh dogs, we think they’ll protect us…. then their either too friendly or big babies ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 18
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Ohhhhhh, so many stories.  Vinnie is famous in my neighborhood for getting distracted and walking headfirst into street signs etc. while looking the other way.  He’s also a 65-lb. pit mix who runs away terrified from small dogs that bark…and he once spent close to 20 minutes trying to untangle his Kong from a blanket.  Yet somehow, no matter how many baby gates and items of furniture I stack in front of the stairs to the basement, he always finds a way down.  If you ever read the “Two Pitties in the City” blog, he’s my Mr. B ๐Ÿ˜›

Post # 19
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2018

@navybride0428:  My little guy always tries to get things from the under the couch, behind bookshelves, under the stove, and pretty much anywhere else that’s impossible for him to reach. The only problem is that nothing is there!

He loves to have a bath, but he hates all other water and will walk 10 times further than necessary to avoid puddles. He often forgets where the walls, doors, and any other hard objects are and crashes head first into them.

He never stands still when he eats his food. He walks in circles between our kitchen and living room, dropping his food everywhere he goes. Then he goes back and carefully picks up each piece. He’s scared of barking dogs that he can’t see (such as through a fence), but if he can see the dog, he’s fine to bark back.

Oh goodness, there are so many. What he lacks in brains, he makes up for in being adorable. We love our furbaby so much ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 21
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2018

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@navybride0428:  Our litte man isn’t food aggressive either, and we have no idea why he does this. I must say it’s very annoying because as careful as he tries to be, he always leaves a few pieces behind. I feel that I am constantly picking up dog food, lol.

Post # 23
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge

Our female cat Sookie loves to be pet in the bathroom.  She doesn’t want anything to do with you any other time but if you go into the bathroom she sneaks in behind you and then rubs on your legs while you’re on the toilet, jumps up on the sink for you to pet her and purrs like you’re the best human ever.  She will also nurse on the rug in front of the toilet when you are petting her.  She’ll hide behind the washer/dryer in the bathroom so she can make sure you don’t shut her out.  There have been so many times I’ll run into the bathroom closing the door tight and thinking “FINALLY I can be in here by myself” only to have Sookie come skipping out from behind the washer.  If she does get shut out she’ll paw at the door until someone lets her in.

Post # 24
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Busy bee

I have two ginger kitties, one male and the other female. There’s about a 2.5yr age gap between them. My boy will eat his mince food with his paws. I mean, literally scoop a bit of the mince out of his bowl with his paw and then flick his paw once he realises the mince is stuck in it, drives me mental! Before he drinks he’ll scratch at the base of the water, every time! 

Little miss was the most quietest little thing when I got her at 8weeks old (I adopted her when she was 3weeks but the vets wanted to keep her to make sure she grew properly, both are rescue kittens). Now she’ll walk around the house meowing at absolutely nothing, pounce on the floor, door or wall and run off and hide. she also plays fetch with a scrunched up bit of paper. I love them dearly though. <3

Post # 25
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

My cat, Anouk, will ignore bugs and birds outside, and things that actually move…but when she sees a spot on the wall or a hole, she’ll ATTACK it.  At my old apartment, she used to come flying out of the bedroom, leap and attack the eye hole (on the front door to see who’s there…what’s that called?  Peep hole?) and run away.  

She also has a horrible habit of settling down in bed with me about five minutes before I have to get up.  Poor kitty!

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