Post something stupid your pet has done. Tell us the name of your pet and what kind of pet it is!

#1

I have a husky dog named Loki. He has a weird quirk that he will only poop if he's like on a small hill or something similar. Well, one day he found a really great one. Since he was on a hill, the poop started to roll down it and he happened to lose balance at that very moment. So he landed face first into his poop. Let's just say the clean up was not pretty.

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SassyUnicornGirl317
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11 months ago

Omg lol

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#2

My 6YO yellow Labrador Retriever, Oliver, couldn’t wait to get into my moms SUV. The lift gate wasn’t open and he ran full speed, face first into it. There was a dent the size of a basketball.
This is also the same poochie that gets hysterically scared of flies 🪰.

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Kismutt
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11 months ago

I’m sorry...I laughed way too hard at this...the dent...omg...lmao

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#3

My dogs regularly run into the screen door. To be fair though, I’ve done it too.

My other dog with a broken ankle jumped out of her pen and pooped all over the living room. It’s smart of her to figure out how to escape, really, but also dumb because she has a broken ankle and though she’s in a cast, jumping about won’t help her heal.

When I was a baby, my dad had a dog that he had owned since he was a teen. The dog died when I was two or three so I don’t remember him all that much, but he was not the brightest so I have been told a bunch of funny stories.

He ate everything. He ate moondough, crayons, a chew-proof iron hose, pool noodles, bees, shoes, toys, and once even swallowed a rawhide knot (which we do NOT use anymore and I would strongly advise against feeding to any animals) and it was stuck in his stomach for a while until he threw it up. He also had a tumor on his foot that he chewed endlessly (We got it removed but he was so old that he wasn’t alive very long after that). He was a golden retriever and lived to be thirteen or fourteen, so he lived a pretty full life, and we loved him. But he was indeed quite stupid.

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Katherine Griscom
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11 months ago

who would downvote this?

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#4

Funny story...it was just my little dog and a big lab at the dog park when it was raining. They played with each other but then the big dog charged at one of those small, 3-foot walls lining the ramps to get out of the dog park. He effortlessly made the jump. My little wet dog, on the other hand, was hot on the big dog’s heals but didn’t quite make the jump... Yeah. He *splatted* on the wall. We literally heart the sound of a wet dog hitting semi-dry concrete. He was fine, but there was a dog-shaped splotch of water hovering in the middle of the wall for a while...
😂

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Harløw-Banditø
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11 months ago

Bahahah I’m so sorry but this is hilarious

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#5

My dog is sitting on the couch. Lets out a little fart. Picks up his head. Sniffs. Proceeds to fall off of the couch.
TL;DR: my dog scared himself off it the couch with his own fart.

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#6

My cat jerry ran into my kitchen from the living room, ran back, then jumped at the doorframe and smacked his face. He's an idiot.

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Mary Rose Kent
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11 months ago

Please tell me you also have a mouse named Tom!

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#7

Farted in my face? I guess that’s on me though

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F R Mckinney Rickey
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11 months ago

Your pet must love you or you forgot to bathe that morning

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#8

I had a cat named Bert (and his brother Ernie). When getting ready for my job as a vet tech one morning he walked right in front of me a puked. Up came about ten hair elastic hair ties. Knowing the risk I took him to work with me. Plopping him on the examine table in front of my boss (the vet) I said “Should I tell them or do you want to?” Bert proceeds to puke an additional clump if elastic hair ties, then begin to purr and nuzzle the vet. An X-ray later out was clear he had over indulged. Lucky for him and I the cost for surgery for employee pets was significantly less than normal. He also paid his debt by donating blood to needy transfusion patients later in life.

In keeping with this I have assisted in surgeries to remove the following objects from a variety of patients: rocks, three thongs, several used tampons, a peach pit (dog was suffering cyanide poisoning as as a last resort we did an exploratory), twenty Barbie shoes, rocks, pine cones, legos, sewing needles and a few baby socks.

PSA to pet owners, if they are chewing it, they will swallow it!!

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Katherine Griscom
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11 months ago

plus for naming your cats Bert and Ernie

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#9

My dog bella sprints to the door full speed when my dad gets home. Its so cute

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#10

We also have 11 birds, and my fave dumb bird story is: ONE of our blue and gold macaws, Stretch was standing on our coffee table and dancing and showing off his beautiful blue and gold splendor, when he wasn't paying attention and backed up falling off the table. He lands awkwardly and jumps up looking around and says, "What happened?"
Laughing I said, "You're a clumsy dummy that's what happened." Then Wendy my other blue and gold and me started laughing.

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LotusWolff
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11 months ago

And I

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#11

I'd say this was more shocking and annoying than stupid, but then again I still have no idea what the motive behind this was. Anyway, one day I was folding laundry when my cat came in the room and crawled into the laundry basket and I said "awww buddy are you helping me fold laundry?"......he then proceeded to pee in the basket. That was fun to deal with.

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Mary Rose Kent
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11 months ago

He wanted you to know that he needed more attention

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#12

Our huge 24 lb Maine C**n Hootie loved to stalk squirrels. We were sitting on the side porch and a squirrel came up to the outside bushes. Hoot lurked on the other side of the bush, and the little tree-rat decided to teach him a lesson.

It jumped through the branches, onto Hoot's head and started to chitter and rant. Por Hootie - he didn't know what hit him. Hoot flailed his head from side to side and the squirrel hung on for dear life. It finally jumped off and ran up a tree. The look on Hoot's face was priceless. "What? Happened?"

Poor Hoot never stalked another one of those little monsters again (no one was hurt, except for Hoot's pride)

PS: if I had my phone at the ready, that video would have won us $100,000.

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Teresa Taylor
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11 months ago

Why did you censor the breed name? C**n, when referring to a Maine C**n Cat is not offensive or a slur.

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#13

I have a small cactus on my window seal and quite frequently my cat (rosie) likes to come and eat it, poke herself, but continues to do it.

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Mary Rose Kent
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11 months ago

So, sweet but not so smart?

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#14

I had a cat named Bert (and his brother Ernie). When getting ready for my job as a vet tech one morning he walked right in front of me and puked. Up came about ten hair elastic hair ties. Knowing the risk I took him to work with me.
Plopping him on the examine table in front of my boss (the vet) I said “Should I tell them or do you want to?”

Bert proceeds to puke an additional clump if elastic hair ties, then began to purr and nuzzle the vet. An X-ray later it was clear he had over indulged. Lucky for him and I, the cost for surgery for employee pets was significantly less than normal. He also paid his debt by donating blood to needy transfusion patients later in life.

In keeping with this theme I have assisted in surgeries to remove the following objects from a variety of patients: rocks, three thongs, several used tampons, a peach pit (dog was suffering cyanide poisoning and as a last resort we did an exploratory), twenty Barbie shoes, rocks, pine cones, legos, sewing needles and a few baby socks.
PSA to pet owners, if they are chewing it, they will swallow it!!

**note, reposted after editing for spelling and grammar

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#15

Yes. My dog used to wake up, wake my mom up and get my mom to play with her.
Then 30 minutes later after my mom went to sleep she would do it to my dad. And after playing she would get fed. She did this for 3 months. I guess not stupid, but WAAYYY to clever for a dog.

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#16

My cat once wanted to jump on to the window ledge thing, but jumped full speed into the wall next to it. Everyone laughed and she walked off angrily.

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SassyUnicornGirl317
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11 months ago

Ah, yes, cats DO stalk away after being humiliated 😂 Poor kitty.

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#17

One day, my golden doodle Farley ate six protein muffins off the counter. Oh right they were chocolate. Not a smart move there, doggo. Oh well. I love him, here’s my best pic of him.

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11 months ago

Ungh it isn’t pasting

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#18

We had adopted a large (think baby antelope) half-starved, stray dog that wandered up to our place. When a storm became imminent this outside dog, paced, then panicked, jumped the chain link fence, running like a vampire bat with an empty belly. We brought her into our small home when she started to pace, though she was not housebroken. One day I got called into work on my day off. I had to leave the skittish dog all alone. An unexpected storm arose with thunder, lightning, and small hail. Took my lunch break early to save what I knew was one very terrified pet. Found her running down the middle of a busy four-lane road: tongue lolling and eyes bugged out. Like to never got her to stop long enough to get into the car. Wish I could say that was the last time she ran like that.

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11 months ago

This same 'baby antelope' dog crashed the neighbor's picnic and ran off with all the ham. The neighbor was legally irate and said my dog was not worth shooting. Or he would have done the shooting? Yet, we kept the dog until his rambunctious last day.

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#19

One of my cats REALLY loves to cuddle. While I was reading on the couch, he hopped up on the couch for snuggles and proceeded to rub his entire body all over it, and fell off. He’s not very smart, but i love him anyways :)

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#20

My female sheltie has farted herself awake on more than one occasion

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Teresa Taylor
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11 months ago

My dogs have done that, too!!

#21

Persian cat named Mau, 5 year old female. She dropped a rat on my face at midnight.

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#22

We had the front door open and the screen door closed my dog jumped through the screen doors and hit his head on the porch

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#23

One time my dog tried to jump out of a second-floor window but thankfully the screen was in and she was fine. Also when she was a puppy we were driving to the park and she tried to jump out of the window, but my mom caught her just in tme.

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#24

I once had an orange tabby named C3PO. One evening I had a folding tray stand set up in front of the TV with my spaghetti dinner on it. He tried to jump on the tray and knocked the whole thing over.

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Eulalie Grace
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11 months ago

That's one more thing we do not use in our house. Guaranteed one of our cats would do the same thing.

#25

We just moved into our brand new beautiful, brand new built home... and the other day my dog went out to go to the restroom and didn't realize the screen door was closed, before we knew it, his snout and half his face was through our freshly broken screen.... thanks Remi, thanks.

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Eulalie Grace
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11 months ago (edited)

It was going to happen sooner or later 😣

#26

One of my dogs was not so smart. We used to let her run around the fields by out house. One day Nala ( my dog ) came home with a porcupine. She had eaten it and was covered in quills. Really smart decision. So yeah. That's my story. P.S if you're worried about my dog, she turned out okay after we took her to the vet.

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Tzippora Gold
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11 months ago

NooOOoOOoOoo poor porcipine!!!!

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#27

ah yes. my pet chinchilla cobble had the bright idea of jumping off a giant bookshelf. don´t worry. he only lost a toe -_-

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#28

I heard a clattering noise from the bathroom. I went to investigate, and found Iella, my ginger and white Norwegian Forest Cat, with her head stuck in the top of the little swing lid bin. She was backing around the room, clattering the bin against the fixtures. I rescued my magnificent creature from the bin and told her she was an idiot.
Two days later, a friend was visiting when I heard a clattering noise from the bathroom... I picked up my phone and told Gary to follow me for a good laugh. I only filmed Iella for half a minute before rescuing her - again.
She did learn her lesson after the second time and never got her head stuck in the bin again.

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#29

I have a wood and glass coffee table. The wood frames the glass and the glass is removable. My cats are quite used to walking on the glass coffee table. This was fine until I moved and hadn’t put the glass back in yet...had some pretty surprised cats! lol

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#30

My dog Max says 'hold my beer'. We went out to dinner once and came home to the police and animal control at my house. Max, our German sheppard trapped himself in the bedroom, panicked (tore up the carpet) tried to escape through a window with bar on it and his back hips got stuck. He was sweet as pie to our neighbor who was holding him upright until I was able to squeeze his dumb ass out. He then tried to eat said neighbor because Max is an asshat. All involved were /are just fine but Max is still a loving Goofy dumbass

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#31

We lived in a split-level house that had stairs up to a small wooden porch off the kitchen. Usually, we'd feed our beagle on that porch after we let her out from the lower floor family room. We had the porch removed to make way for adding a deck, so the stairs were gone. Once, we let her out as usual and she tried to bound up stairs that were no longer there. It took her a couple more tries before she was convinced the stairs really weren't there.

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#32

Almost every day my dog try’s to head but my parents bedroom door open. He always ends up ramming his head on the door and does it over and over

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#33

Ok for some reason My Cat ours he isn’t why he does it normally it’s cuz he can’t find anyone Then he runs Around the house at full speed and He has Bumped into doors, People, chairs to many times and every time he does it he Runs Upstairs and back down not breaking speed until he find a person and when he finds a person he either Meows at you Runs around u cause ing u to fall over or both!!!

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hey, not my problem
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10 months ago

wtf is wrong with the grammar on this one!

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#34

whenever my dog farts, she stupidly looks at her bottom and looks at me like "halp I'm gonna explode!!!" LMAOOOO

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#35

My dog Joy seems unable to differentiate humans from humanoid objects.

Once, my mom, Joy, and I were driving around looking at Christmas lights. We passed by a house that had a radio station playing music synched to the lights display. We parked in front and enjoyed the show. Part of the decorations was an inflatable outhouse with an inflatable Santa inside, and every few seconds Santa would open the outhouse door waving then go back in a few seconds later. We all watched the lights for a few minutes then I heard a subtle growl coming from Joy. Her eyes were fixated on the inflatable outhouse. She was growling at it, and every time Santa opened the door she would jump back and bark. This went on for some time, and I laughed for some time.

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#36

We have a Lab mix who eats anything he can get. About a year ago he got in the garbage and ate an entire cob of corn. He was so fast we didn’t know what he ate. Made him very sick so required a trip to the vet and xrays under sedation. $600 to find out he needed meds to help him pass it. What an epic poop that was. A week later he ate an entire blueberry pie. We are now fully trained in securing all potential food from the dog. Still the best dog ever, we love him.

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#37

Yesterday, as my dog followed me to the kitchen, she suddenly backed up and started barking and growling at something behind the dining room table. I thought maybe a mouse had gotten in somehow.

Turns out she was reacting to her reflection in a glass table top I had stored against the wall!

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#38

Our dog, Bogey, is a very old dog (the family we are living with has had him for about 10-11 years). One day, I was playing tug-of-war with him. I managed to get it away from him and hid behind a wood-and-glass door. I figured he would have gone around it, since it was open, but apparently, no. He ran headfirst into it. He didn't break it. Just rammed it.

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OpalTheRainwing <3
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11 months ago

Ouch

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#39

My four year old dog named Sarah barks at EVERYTHING. Cars, people, birds, deer, pretty much every animal that ever existed, flys, other dogs, etc.

One day she was just walking around our kirchen table when she say a sock on the floor. She immedeintly started to bark at it. No one knew why. It wasn't a new sock, or a dirty sock, just a light blue fuzzy sock with Nemo and Dory on it.

Another time was when I brought my cello home. My mom had picked up a cello from the school (She is the orchestra teacher so they let me, as her child, use a cello for free). I walked inside and instead of Sarah greeting me by jumping on me and licking my face, she was backed away from me. She started to bark and bark and BARK at me. I tried to come near her, but she backed away. The second I put the cello down and tried to pet her though, she was fine. Sarah now proceeds to refuse to enter, exit, or even pass through anywhere my cello is present. She has gotten better; she will walk around the cello as long as its laying on its side, but its still bad.

*Sigh* Well, what are you gonna do? Espeically to a doggo as cute as that.

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#40

My puppy and my older dog love eating cat poop. The fresher, the better. I know when they’ve been ‘feasting’ on it because they come inside, reek of it and want to give me kisses. They also like to drink my used shower water. Such darling little creatures! I love them so much though. 🐶

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OpalTheRainwing <3
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11 months ago

My cat also drink shower water XD

#41

My Pomeranian Kodo barks at much bigger, mean looking dogs.

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#42

Not my pet but my grandpa's...

Afraid of strangers so the first time I met the cat (Austin) and his brother (Toby) A and T...
Austin forgot about dinner and went downstairs to hide in a hole for 5 hours.

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#43

My cat Fang, decided to go outdoors, and come face to face with the neighborhood dog. The dog was way bigger. When he decided to yawn, my cat went head first into the dog's mouth. I had to move him away. Then he did it again. And again. Finally, I brought him back indoors, where he pooped in my shoes. He also left a little surprise in my bed, on my pillow. BUT he is floofy and I will always love him.

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#44

When i was 6, we and a lot of kids were camping. For fun, we were using the fire to burn the ends of sticks. My sister accidentally got some ashes on her face (THEY WERE COOLED DOWN SHE DIDN'T GET BURNED) But little dumb me was like "HM i WoNder whaT thAt FElt LiKe" And TOUCHED the end of the stick and burned my finger.

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11 months ago

I DIDN'T MEAN ME I MEANT MY PET SORRY MISTYPE

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#45

My cat walked on my keyboard, as she does, and somehow opened the Bored Pandas website. I started looking at the website, and got hooked. My bloody cat is responsible for my Bored Pandas obsession!!!
Seriously, it could've happened, you never know where your keyboardwalking cat wil take you...

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#46

Every single time I throw a toy for the cat to catch, he combats it. Then 1 sec later he runs away from it.

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#47

I have a cat named Phi, he's a very handsome boy but has a ding dong head. So, the story begin when I was cleaning my earwax, I know it's disgusting but somehow I let him sniff the cotton bud I use. For God's sake, I never thought about his response. He licked my earwax as if it was an expensive cheese he didn't want to share with anyone in this world. After that moment, he always sniffed my ear every time he was hungry.

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OpalTheRainwing <3
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11 months ago

Eww And XD

#48

My love bird sprite used to run around on the floor, he was crushed to death because someone stepped on him. He was one of the best pets I ever had, bless his tiny golden soul.(Sorry about the punctuation).

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CATMONSTER2018
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11 months ago

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.... THIS ISNT A STUPID BURB. ITS A CLUMSY HUMAN WHO DOESNT PAY ATTENTION TO THEIR SURROUNDING... NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU THE POOR BIRB. :'(

#49

My dogs love to dig. So.. The other day my dad found all his blueberry bushes dug up. Also did I add that they ate the blueberry bushes afterwords? lol

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hey, not my problem
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10 months ago

XD