Share those little pet peeves of your pawed (or not) pets.
My miniature donkeys Ebony and Ace HATE anything that flaps in the wind.
When we were at one show, Ace was all set to win Grand Champion until the judge came out in a long flowing skirt on a windy day, he dragged me straight out of the show ring!
A month later, there was a national show. The BBC were there to film it, thousands of people had turned up and, once you factor in the TV viewers, potentially Millions of people were going to see my beautiful girl, Ebony!
I had pre-checked the judges attire, all good! What I didn't notice was the dozen or flag poles around the ring.
My beautiful ass... sat on her ass, and would not move! Never before had I seen a Donkey sit like she did (and I've never seen it since). Backside firmly on the ground, back legs out in front of her, front legs in-between the back ones.
She sat there stubborn as... well, as a donkey! FOR 45 MINUTES!!! She only got up when a stallion bay horse went by, She fell in love and had to follow him. I had to ask the rider to go to our trailer just so we could get her back!
If your trying to do something, our chihuahua Ellie will lay down next to you so, obviously, you start petting. But then, if you stop she looks at you with puppy eyes until you start petting her. She’s doing it right now.😑
My dog has a thing for socks. I have to look out for him when I’m hanging out the washing if I don’t he will pinch a sock from the basket and runaway.
My kitten Kihei likes to take off the lid of his food hopper and eat the kibble inside. He'll do this all day, even 2 minutes before his food drops.
My cat will randomly start crying and make everyone think he’s trapped, but he’s actually bored and wants attention.
she is an attention hog. if i even touch my other dog, she has to jump in between and steal attention
I have 2 dogs. A dachshund and a Yorkie. A toy will be abandoned for weeks then one will sniff or pick it up then the other will steal it. This will go back and forth until usually our yorkie just gives in. He is old and ball less and the dachshund is a b****
As soon as I go to bed my hammy decides to go 88 miles per hour on his wheel and refuses to get off. Once he went too fast and the wheel fell off but luckily the little bastard wasn't hurt.
My dog passed away last year but we will fondly remember her annoying little habits, like how she used to sort her food. Whatever food she was given she would take apart and sort in small piles on the floor; stuff she liked, stuff she might consider eating later if she had to and the stuff that she would never ever eat… and the things she refused to eat she would kindly give back to us, for example by bringing it into someone’s bed and crumbling it up on the pillow. “Thank u human for the cookie but u can have it back in tiny little pieces”