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1. I so wanted to grab this adorable little guy and give him a great big hug! He was dressed as a pharmacist.

2. I heard a bunch of black birds squacking like crazy in my backyard. When I went outside to
investigate, and found that Peanut had a baby black bird, about the size of my hand in his mouth. It had apparently fallen out of its nest. The bird was injured but still alive when I took him out of Peanut's mouth. I didn't know what to do, so I put him in a little blanket in the laundry room. I tried to give him water, and mashed cantalope, but would have neither. I continued trying throughout the day and night, but it was to no avail. This morning he died, which saddened me. He isn't suffering anymore.

3. When I first found Pee Wee, I had named her Missy, but later changed my mind about her name.

Pee Wee is doing much better after her spaying operation. She, unlike my other five little indoor dogs, refuses to be poddy trained, and she has a most disgusting habit of getting into my cats litter box and eating the poo!! I can't understand why she would do such a sicko thing. She sure isn't hungry, since I feed all my animals in the morning and evening. Pee Wee isn't allowed to stay indoors anymore for the time being. I'll give her one more chance when the cold weather starts to do her business outside, and IMMEDIATELY stop eating my cats poo! Can anyone tell me why she does this?

4. I think it's time to TOOT my HORN again. I'll be posting pics from my BRAG Book very SOON!

5. I've added some more LJ icons. Hope you check them out.



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Jul. 16th, 2010 01:18 pm (UTC)
The cat box thing is fairly common behavior for dogs. One theory is that they still can derive nutrients from it. My dog would do it as well, but he knows he's not allowed in the basement where the cat box resides.
Jul. 17th, 2010 12:10 am (UTC)
I've had dogs for as long as I can remember, and Pee Wee is the first to do this. Thanks to you and others here, I've found that I'm not the only one with this problem.

I have cats that have to have access to there litter box. What I've done is to put a chair against the lattice fence I recently placed, so she won't be able to push it away. I'm giving it another try, and as for training her to do her business outside, I'll also keep trying.

Nothing is impossible, right?! :o(

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