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Posted on 04/29/2014 6:21:56 PM PDT by Perdogg
Cats On Drugs (catnip)
Wife’s housecat gets loaded up on catnip and thinks he can put a whoopin’ on our Rottweiler.The dog has strict standing orders not to hurt the cat so nobody ends up at the vet’s office.
A black cat named ‘Monkey’ who uses drugs and is violent? That’s so racists that you are banned from playing pro basketball for linking to it.
Naw, ya gotta check THIS one out:
WE CALL THIS KITTY WRESTLING IN OUR HOUSE
I had one kitty who loved catnip. The other one couldn’t handle it. She would get hyper then crash, staring at a wall for hours.
The first kitty would look at her paws and meow. I think she might have been a stoner kitty when she used catnip.
-the kitty in the picture looks a little familiar.
I had a patch of catnip that grew along the sunny side of the house. I let it go wild. Our cat *Zipper* would spend the lazy summer days curled up in the center of the catnip....he had a *bed* in there and if you didn’t know he was in there....he would remain completely hidden from view. It was his *spot.*
[Wish I could find the pic of him. :(]
Not quite D - no beauty mark - but I see the resemblance.
A friend told me a story about her cat, that she had had for over ten years, being killed by her rescue dog. Evidently the dog was fine with the cat in the house but the first time she let the cat outside, the dog attacked and killed her. The vet told her that dogs think in context and in context the dog had learned that cats in the house DON’T KILL but that didn’t transfer to cats outside. We have one rescue dog but both of my dogs have been totally alpha wolfed to learn that they are at the bottom of the pecking order. I would worry most about my dachshund and actually held him down in a closed area so that our cat could sniff him. The dog had to lie there, on his back, perfectly relaxed, while Bob sniffed his butt. We still have some chasing but not as much and only when Bob asks for it. Seriously, when he’s bored, he’ll go bop one of the dogs on the head and run.
It appears the vet clinic in this photo used to be a “Taco Bell”. I wonder if they kept the drive thru window...
Customer: “Hi, I’d like a neutering to go, please.”
Vet: “that’ll be forty seven bucks, please drop your pet off at window # 1”
Sheldon the Rottie has been trained to not harrass or hurt cats whereever he may find them.He’s so eager to please us that I have no worries,he loves people,kids,our horses,just don’t try to enter the house uninvited.Then you see a different side of his personality.