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Old 06-14-2002, 01:07 AM   #1
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what's the grossest thing your pet has ever killed/eaten?

when i was younger, my dog ate a human body
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Old 06-14-2002, 01:14 AM   #2
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A used women's sanitary towel. Her mouth was all pink and bloodied.

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Old 06-14-2002, 01:27 AM   #3
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wow, that's terrific foray, just what i was looking for, that's like the dog in As Good As It Gets, it ate the diapers or something when Nicholson threw it down the garbage shute

well actually my dog ate a dead deer, we lived in a rural area growing up and the dog came back after being outside for a few hours with blood all over its face, so I went out to the road and there was a dead dear carcass with its intestines and whatnot hanging out, mmmm... venison
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Old 06-14-2002, 01:31 AM   #4
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Aw, Wanderer, I'm getting fuzzy and warm all over. We are bonding over our pets' sick behaviours. Those cute liddle poochers.

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I had some mongrels who were natural born hunters, as well. They'd kill cats, lizards and unfortunately, squirrels in the garden; as well as snap their jaws at flies that buzz past.
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well the dog didn't actually kill the deer!! but did kill plenty of other things like you said, except the lizards, no lizards in north eastern united states

rabbits were a primary target, too, but usually to difficult to catch, as were birds, but my sister's cat used to catch birds all the time, and baby bunnies
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Baby bunnies?

My dogs would get their jaws on the mailman if they could. Once, Vegemite lunged for a visitor's groin. But I digress.
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Our dog loves cat poo
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6 baby skunks.

she's a siberian husky part wolf and one night she came back and dropped out 6 baby skunks on the kitchen floor---out of her mouth. eeckkkkk
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Old 06-14-2002, 03:42 AM   #12
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this was the one thread that was recommended to me in 'thread of the day'.
im highly disappointed.

my now dead cat used to leave dead mice at the doorstep for us to step on in the mornings. that was always cool of him.

my big fat golden retriever eats anything. he has be known to eat underpants and plastic.
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well let's see. this one's kinda like your dog's story Wanderer: we live in a pretty rural area too and during hunting season once my chow brought home first one deer leg, then after we had taken it away from her and put it in the trash can outside, she ran off and dragged home another, and then she got out again (yes, we're great with that leash law--this was before invisible fencing) and we got a call from one of our neighbors that she killed one of their guinea hens. So my mom went out to the road and found her dragging not a guinea hen, but rather all the entrails of a deer home. totally disgusting.

the most horrible thing I ever saw her do was kill a groundhog, I was standing right there, screaming hysterically and trying to hit her and she was just shaking her head back and forth and growling while the groundhog was squirming, and there was blood all over her. I never wanna see my nice little pet like that again

my golden retriever also eats anything she finds, it's in the job description for the breed...she has a regular diet of any kind of shit she can find, although raiding the litter box is her favourite. oh yes and socks and underwear. I dunno anything gross, she'll eat it. including the live mice my cats bring in; Ive had to pry the terrified things from her mouth on more than one occassion....it's actually pretty hilarious to see just a little tail and two feet sticking out of this guilty-looking dog's mouth.

my cats well they love killing birds, squirrels, baby rabbits, and mice. they arrange them in all sorts of fashions for us; sometimes it's a clean kill, sometimes we only get a liver or a kidney or something. oh yeah, and they love bugs.

and I do actually feed these pets too, by the way.
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Kiki, were they alive?????
skunks actually make good pets if you take their glands out, and the babes are adorable!

btw, you name was the nick my sisters had for me when they were babies b/c they couldnt say my name
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Well at least they love you. That is why they bring it back to you. When my mom and brother and myself came back from Japan and my dad stayed to get the house ready and stay with the cat. The cat is a Japanese bobtail and when we were gone my dad would let him out at night sometimes and I guess he really liked that and would show him that he was grateful by bringing things he killed (i.e.. lizards, birds, cockroaches, or anything else he could get) and dropping them on the door step. He was a real killer. He is about 20 pounds now. It is not fat either. When you pick him up it is like picking up a rock. He sits like a bull dog with his paws inward. It is the funniest damn thing. He also sits on the couch and recliner like a real person, his legs all sticking out and arm on the arm of the chair. Come to thing of it that cat is just damn weird. He even attacks the dog and puts his arms around his neck and goes for the jugular. The dog is like a 100 dog to and he yelps like a little bitch. LOL!
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