March 22nd, 2005, 12:31 AM
I have a dog who knows where my stash of sweets are. :D And here's me blaming my daughters for taking it. Found the proof, teeth marks. LOL. I guess he will be in his crate Saturday night, so I have a chance to hide the Easter candy. :p
I never knew a dog that likes candies and will search for them too. LOL.
March 22nd, 2005, 12:35 AM
Mine opens the closet door to theive panties out of the laundry...
Just what I want my guests to see..
March 22nd, 2005, 12:50 AM
my cats theive all my hair elastics out of the bathroom when im sleeping,
I later find them in various places, their beds, the dogs bed, my bed
March 22nd, 2005, 06:15 AM
My husband was mad (probably because it was his) but I wanted to laugh ( no I didn't because I didn't want to encourage it). This morning I let Molly out for her morning potty break. I was in the middle of making lunch sandwiches (I was making them on the end of the kitchen table which I do every morning) and stopped half way making them to let her back in. She came in like normal but as she passed the table she just turned her head as she rounded the end of the table and snagged half a sandwich and had it gone before we could do anything. :D I think about it now and I still want to laugh. Hubby wouldn't even say goodbye to her this morning cause he said she was a bad dog. I think from now on I will finish the sandwiches and put them in the lunch bags before letting her in.
March 22nd, 2005, 10:22 AM
Mine takes the socks off my visitors' feet..
March 22nd, 2005, 10:50 AM
Yes. What is ours is our Eskimo's - and while he may be short in stature, his legs are VERY long and his paws very hand-like - can peel a banana. Very deceptive looking. We don't dare leave a drawer or cupboard open a smidge -nothing is sacred. His stuff of course is "his". I think he is getting guidance from his mini Dachshund brothers who are waiting for me in Rainbow Bridge.
March 22nd, 2005, 11:41 AM
My pup has buried his ball, leash, and one dress shoe in the backyard.
I caught him once with the TV remote in his mouth. :D
March 22nd, 2005, 11:49 AM
Gripenfelter - Watch out for when your pup learns how to change channels - and also to open close the DVD player - lots of fun. Next will be learning that the buttons that open the car windows are very much like the controls on the remote - so when you feel the icy cold wind unexpectedly blowing on your neck you will know why.
March 22nd, 2005, 11:50 AM
My cat "sega" used to steal my hubby's car keys and bury them in the litter box ! :yuck: :D Sega also over the years took my watch, ring and necklace and buried them to :yuck: . talk about a treasure hunt !
this is the same cat who used to take my panties out of the laundry when we had company and drop them right infront of the visitor ! :o :o
March 22nd, 2005, 02:01 PM
I have a panty, sock and any of his human sisters toy stealer. He loves to steal the stuff animals and chew their eyes off. So we have a whole load of nice stuff animals with no eyes. Suprisingly he does that and then just chews. Hasn't tore them up as yet. He loves barbie arms and legs and has killed many a barbie and her friends. The panties are the worse because its always when company is over. Whats with that? Socks if you leave the drawer open you will find freshly washed socks all in his cage. He also loves to smell good so anything that smells good like fresh laundry or a shirt I wore with perfume on it. He will rub himself all over it. Such a weirdo.
March 22nd, 2005, 03:47 PM
Well,before I got Vinnie my cats never took anything,except dryer-sheets and q-Tips...now Vinnie is so quick,I was making a salad,had to go to another room for a minute,come back...no English Cucumber,heard some commotion in the stairs,Vinnie is dragging the big cucumber into the laundry-room to a spot,where I also found a green looking fuzzy hot-dog and a few other not to delectable things :D Maybe he feels he needs to stash food,since he was a little street-urchin as a kitten.
March 22nd, 2005, 04:21 PM
Our little dog loves all kind of lollies...
Once he finds any he'll hide them around the house, under beds, behind cupboards etc. We always catch him because if he decides he's hungry he'll just get up and wander away quietly, all the time sneaking guilty looks back at us to mack sure we're not following him. He always lets us know when he's done something because when he comes back he walk really slowly hoping we won't notice him, and if you call his name he turns his head as far away from you as possible.
He's a silly thing...