In and out ?
Dog stayed in but went in a room at the other end of the house from the sensor. Wife has been cleaning all day. I still smell it and probably will for about 2 weeks like back in February. Sprayed Febreze in the return ducts, whole house fan on all day. She decided to put a leash on the dog when she goes out at night.
As much as I like dogs and have had my share of them, I dont want the responsibility of any pets. Maybe after my mom passes away, but not before.
How’s the Pup today? I hope she isn’t as traumatize as the last time when I believe you had to make some Vet visits. Get well soon doggie.
!. Pumpkin Spice candles! Lots of them.
2. My dogs are always on leash when I have to take them out at night. I don’t have a fenced in yard and there are lots of coyotes in the area.
Punkin is fine today. The last encounter took a week or two to recover from. She didn’t get sprayed as much this time.
My son’s Boston terrier would have tangled with Pepe’ had he gotten out. THAT would have been a sight (and smell)
Well this is a first… anyone missing @Antonius?
Not yet. It’s only been 28 min.
Anna Catharina is still here sniffing around, Maria Antonetta may be on a road trip?
Anna didn’t even eat the marshmallows last night ? She took all of them the other night so she probably has them stashed someplace.
Another day another water bowl spill.
You’re not doing anything this afternoon. Why not build’em a cool maze to navigate? Might appreciate their water
hole bowl all the more if you made 'em work for it.
Need to use flat-bottom, straight-sided, recyclable bowls. Bottom and sides similar to ship’s mugs design concept. I repurpose those black, round plastic Asian takeout food containers (sans the lids). I have stacks of them for the birds and critters. The baby cooners chew them when teething, but what the heck, I have a never-ending supply. Here’s one for the feral cats (one is sleeping in my rocking chair). There are 2 other bowls out there:
Speaking of Cats, now there are 5 different cats from the neighborhood that come and and drink out of the water bowls also. I know all those cats have homes because I see most of them laying around in front of their own house during the afternoons. Two of them had a cat battle outside my window at 3:20AM.
The gang has their own obstacle course here, crawling under my gate to come in my yard then climbing over the fence in the backyard to go on their adventures, repeat on the return trip.
Look closely at their ears. If the tip of an ear is clean-clipped (ear tipping), it’s a feral cat. Counties round them up, spay/neuter, vaccinate, etc., clip an ear and place them in neighborhoods as a colony to help curb reproduction and for rodent/pest control. If you feed them, they claim your property as theirs. They eventually trust you and get friendly.
Those are either strays or housepets. They look well-fed too.
I used to see a lot of black squirrels when I was working in Iowa and even home in New York State but the main population is the Gray Squirrels. I’ve never seen one with a white tipped tail.
I just have have red ones running around here and they don’t eat marshmallows.