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Strange pet/animal behaviour 
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Very good,..... i'm shocking remembering jokes! but that was a good one

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Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:33 pm
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When I was younger, our dogs weren't allowed in the house, however, one of them had figured out that if he jumped the 2m high fence beside the house and ran to the front door of the house we had no choice but to let him inside.

I think it was the same dog, that when the parents took him to the races in Queanbeyan, he figured out that you could CATCH the fake rabbit by jumping the fence, running across the field in the middle and heading the rabbit off.

I also came home from school once to find our dog stuck in the compost bin!


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I was jogging one night when one of my cattle dog crosses spied a possum on the wire above. Needless to say he should have watched where he was going he ran full speed into a wheelie bin, :o not long after I was on the ground too, in fits of laughter. :D

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I only have 2 gold fish at the moment - and one has a swim bladder problem that comes and goes and when he is not doing too well he lies at the bottom of the tank looking rather dead then after while swims like mad to the top of the tank launches out of the water hits the cover over the top of the tank (makes a ratther loud thud) before dropping like a stone back to the bottom again.

Thankfully the problem comes and goes but he is deteriorating I suspect it wont be long untill he is an EX-fish :(

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Post Re: Strange pet/animal behaviour
Thats joke is the best, I've never heard it before :)

At the moment, what I can think of:

- Roxy our Collie, is at the moment attempting to play with the cat, continually drops the ball in font of Bell. In the last couple of days has got to the point that Roxy has started barking at Bell to get her attention....Bell just flat out ignores her. Quite funny to watch.

- Bell must come for a walk whenever we do so on the farm. If she finds out you've left her behind, she will start crying out until she finds you. This includes when its raining....

- Our old Burmese cat called CAT (a long story), used to love being slide along the tiled floors, would actually come back for more. Another one that used to follow us when we went for a walk on the farm. I actually think thats were Bell developed the habit.

- Bell in greeting will head butt anything. She's just smouching, but I've seen her to it to just about everything.

- We have a chicken that on occassions, it you come close, will one the spot squat and tap her feet. I'm not sure if I should pick her up, or just laugh most the times :)

There are more, all our animals are a bit odd, but I have no doubt that there owners are no better.

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I didnt happen to post that joke did I :lol: (I think so)

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Post Re: Strange pet/animal behaviour
rayan wrote:
I didnt happen to post that joke did I :lol: (I think so)



Um sorry about that I remember the joke but no who posted it.

But it is funny :lol:

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Thats Ok I copied it from someone anyway. The original even had pictures :lol:

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Carrie your hen does that as she sees you as dominant like a rooster ;)

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Ah that's funny, all my hens run away from my two roosters, the larger one who is a light sussex gives up easily! I'm hoping that Lucky the free rooster can turn this around as he's older and hopefully can become the dominant rooster and show the ladies a good time :lol:

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