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Old May 8th, 2013, 10:09 AM
Longblades Longblades is offline
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How Did She Get Stuck There?

Poor Ginger-cat. She was doing her usual deaf cat howling like a banshee this morning and the OH went to check. She was in the laundry room, stuck with one claw hooked under the tube of one leg on the ironing board. The one leg that the rubber cap has come off of. The OH released her, at risk of losing a hand to her crabby teeth, and she's fine but we can't imagine how she got herself hooked there.

Any stories of weird places yours have gotten stuck?
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Old May 8th, 2013, 11:13 AM
pattymac pattymac is offline
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Bayley kind of got herself stuck in a bog on the other side of fence!! She found a spot where the fence was down and went on the other side, then snooping around got quite aways from the spot she went through. So after a fair bit of whining and crying save me Mom!!! I was about 30 feet away, I walked back to the spot in the fence where she went through and she found it again..phew. You know she never did it again!! I thought oh great dog, can you pick a worse spot to get stuck!! I don't swim, the trail is an old railway bed so getting off the trail is not easy as it's raised up pretty high and all rock bed.
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