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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Country that's so cool how your cat fetches the toy.........bats it around for awhile and then brings it to ya to throw again! Smart cat!
     
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    Well, cats are like babies. When they learn something, they tend to do it when they WANT to perform. Tarzan, on the other hand, will perform the "fetch" activity anytime and for anyone. His favorite toy these days is a 5" piece of aquariium tubing. I throw it down the basement steps, he goes flying over the edge, few seconds later appears with the piece in his mouth for me to throw again! I need to get that on video, too. Haha, maybe I need to send it in to Funniest Videos. Would be great to win $10,000! LOL
     
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    hunter was a weimerweiner the sable colored one and his sister was an albino pitbull and her name was harley .I used to call hunters short tail his snub nose 45 .They are together here
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Where sissy?
     
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    I'm loving seeing all your pets...

    here's my grandpuppy Max, taking over my 'command station'

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    They have 3 dogbeds! but my boxer just likes to curl up in the most unfortable places, at night, he likes to get in our closet and sleep on the dirty cloths instead of his bed. I have pictures... i'll find them.
     
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    ididntdoit99 ididntdoit99

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    here we go.. the many sleeping positions of my crazy boxer. yeah he thought he was going to sleep in this stream for a minute, until he realized he couldn't breath under water,
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    then in our spare bed, like he was a person.
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    Then in the closet, with clothes on his head
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    Then upside down on the couch
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    OMG, what a sleeping ham you have there! Loved the pics!!!
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Too funny 99..........you have quite the character there! Neat pix!
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Love your dog! He does look comfy
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Hope it's ok Country to post memory pets. Had to post this pic in the memory of my very first pet. Her name was Janie and she used to sit up and beg all the time for more food! She did get to be quite the tubo!

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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    And that little cutie is you? Nice picture

    This little girl was taken by a coyote, I still miss her When I was home she never let me be more than 10 feet from her.

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    Awwwww JW that's sooooo adorable ... the pup, too. :razz: And of course you can post pet memory pics! More is better.
    Addy, maybe I need to rethink the drive-by hunting I see happen on weekends here with the coyotes and foxes. That is so very sad about your other little girl. :sad: I know my mom lives in AZ (where did you live when she got taken?) and used to live on the edge of a golf course. She posted pics of a small pack (4) of coyotes laying under a tree just off her back yard sleeping one summer afternoon. Her neighbors had a dog taken from their back yard by a coyote. The coyote jumped their 4' fence to get to the pup. Also a very small breed dog that was taken. Out here where I live, though, they would have to be really hungry to come all the way across the "prairie" to hunt my little Boston. When I do see them, they are usually being chased by the hunters, who are circling the "block", as they can see all the way across the mile block.
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    I still would not kill them off, they were just doing what is required to survive.
    We had a 6 foot high block wall, in the middle of a development, i.e. not near open fields, all houses on 1 acre lots, custom homes. The coyotes walked the block wall. It was mid day, my other hubby let them out to, missy ran back to the house, josey was taken.
     
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    I can picture the 6' block wall. My sister lives in Phoenix, and has that same wall around her yard. She took some type of really thorny cactus branches and laid them all across the top edge. She wanted to keep out the ferel cats as well. She has a cocker, so not really a meal for anything bigger, but she is hoping the branches will also keep the heron and other fish eating birds from scoping out her large koi pond in the middle of her yard. She has fishing line strung on the sides and the top of the pergolo to keep the birds out as well. Gosh, if they got into the yard off the 6' fence, I assume they were able to jump that high to get back out? That's a high jump for any dog!
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    They are unreal critters, you should see them play, able to jump walls with no effort. I put tack strips on the wall to protect my last lil girl. Took a whole bunch of tack strips lol
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    I hate to think about our beloved little pets being taken by a coyote or any other animal. I would grieve if they took my cats. But still I too could not hurt the wild ones.............................they have a place on this earth too or else I feel they wouldn't have been placed here in the first place. My hubby wants to kill our moles and I don't want him to do that. I may have to sneak out at night and trip the traps! I used to try and rouse them up from their holes w/ a water hose and then haul them off to other regions far away. It's pretty easy to grab them by the scruff of their little hairy necks w/ gloves on!

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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    My lil one dug one up, she was so deep in the hole the mole crawled out right by her head, she never saw it! It was too funny
     
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    Grace is about 2 1/2 years old she was a rescue..
     

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    koidaddy karps house of koi

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    Here are my other kids
     

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