No, Really

Dec
17

I’m not kidding.

Dog chases cat–from outside the house. What’s worse is–

–he’s on top of the table!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 17, 2010  

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  1. 12-17
    2:11
    pm

    Bad Dog!

  2. 12-17
    2:11
    pm

    This is not a first, dogs will be dogs espacially when the cat(s) get their goat. Hes just looking for his reward for bringing in the cat. Maybe a cookie momma? :woof:

  3. 12-17
    2:31
    pm

    Good….I wondered where the cats were hiding since they were missing from your posts lately…..at least we know they are still around….
    That kitty is sticking her nose up as to say, “Just try it ‘bub’ and see what happens to your cookies!”
    Don’tcha just love cats!…..

  4. 12-17
    2:48
    pm

    Bad dog!

  5. 12-17
    3:30
    pm

    And I was worried about my pretty little glass porch table holding bunnies in cages over the winter. It seemed like a solution, I wanted to bring the rabbits into the enclosed porch and I didn’t want to leave the table out in the snow, either. I guess bunnies weigh less than b-b-b-b-big doggies.

  6. 12-17
    3:47
    pm

    Oh so cute! What a monster he is! :)

  7. 12-17
    4:01
    pm

    Oh, but he’s so pretty you have to forgive him.

  8. 12-17
    5:40
    pm

    Cat to dog “yeah, right, do I look impressed? You are still OUTside and I am INside”

  9. 12-17
    5:47
    pm

    I think he wants to be inside too, where it is nice and warm! He promises not to bother the cat…yea right!!

  10. 12-17
    6:48
    pm

    Suzanne, he’s just saying “can I please come inside where it’s warm”.

  11. 12-17
    7:31
    pm

    Ugh! That’s a Lab for you!

  12. 12-18
    12:50
    am

    :woof: Okay I think what a GOOD DOG!! Cats get way to much in life!!
    It is a dogs life you know.

  13. 12-18
    8:01
    am

    I’d get a wooden table for the porch if this is going to be a habit.
    By the way….is Ross home? I’ve been thinking about how wonderful your Christmas will be this year, Suzanne, to have him home.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours…

  14. 12-18
    8:07
    am

    Not yet, Carol. Tomorrow!!!

  15. 12-18
    8:52
    am

    Lol! I have 2 dogs and 3 cats, we see some crazy stuff, too. Love your pups facial expression. Amazing blog!

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