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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I was preparing my snowboarding equipment today, and collected my boots from the garage (where the boot bag was still open to let them air from last season).

I soon discovered that some kind mice had filled both of them to the brim with dog kibble, and a little garnish of chewed inner-lace strands.

That was a mouse larder that would have lasted years, if only some pesky man hadn't scuppered their best laid plans.

I suppose the mice were at least helpful in collecting all the spilt kibble that would otherwise have become squashed underfoot. Perhaps the kibble helped keep my boots dry too? Even so, I still needed to stick a vacuum cleaner in them to suck out all the kibble dust.

So, new laces I have to buy tomorrow. Confused

Yes, I need a cat, but the missus says our dogs will eat it... Sad
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Cats have way too many sharp corners for dogs to eat them!
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
davkt wrote:
Cats have way too many sharp corners for dogs to eat them!

Hmmm. Coypu are even fiercer and more deadly to dogs than cats are, and our dogs could handle (and have handled) both.

However, I'm of the opinion that dogs can be trained to treat a new cat as a member of the family. That ain't cutting it, even so.

The alternative is a small terrier of some sort.

Then again, I think at the end of this season I will put my snowboard boots out of reach, and in a thick plastic box.
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