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post #26 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 09:19 PM
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Thankfully Brandy hasn't found anything gross to bring us! On the other hand, Noir, our cat has brought us many mice (still living!) in the middle of the night. There's nothing like being woken up to terrorized squeaking as your cat proudly drops one of the little buggers in your bedroom doorway. I used to have nightmares that he dropped them in bed with us!

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Thankfully Brandy hasn't found anything gross to bring us! On the other hand, Noir, our cat has brought us many mice (still living!) in the middle of the night. There's nothing like being woken up to terrorized squeaking as your cat proudly drops one of the little buggers in your bedroom doorway. I used to have nightmares that he dropped them in bed with us!
OMG, growing up our cats used to catch stuff all the time. The worst was the squeal of the baby bunnies. I can't tell you how many baby bunnies I tried to save (like legitimately, built them a habitat..tried to bottle feed them kitten formula...the whole nine). Of course I failed...miserably.


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Boysie,who I lost this year, used to bring hedgehogs into the lounge. I then had be quick or he would try to play with them,and they weren't keen on that! He was obsessed with them but cats,chickens etc were safe. Wierd!
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Boysie,who I lost this year, used to bring hedgehogs into the lounge.
Now that's a weird one!



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Oh, Redders!

Rexy is a killer of many furry things, but his latest treasure was a big mole he hunted for a week....digging up my lawn in trenches to find it. Day 7- I see him chewing, he drops the mole on my command, then scoops it up quickly and swallows it whole. No gas, no diarrhea, nothing. He apparently needed that snack!
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Dead Raccoon Part 2

Guess who found the buried dead raccoon in the garage bag, dug it up, tore the bag open and has been dancing around the yard again today?

oh and after eating some more rancid raccoon, he proceeded to come into the house, drink some water, then regurgitate it all over the floor.

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Get your gloves on this in preparation for when your little throws up or poops all over..............no fun!! See you're getting the experience you need ...
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My past Dobe Gus was a major squirrel hunter. Sat under the tree like a statue til the dumb critter came down, then if it was a male he would kill it and only eat the nutsack. He caught a female and brought it up to the house and didn't know what to do with it.
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My hubby and boys are hunters and Diesel and dragged deer legs and heads arond the backyard.

The first time he had a whole leg was in the evening and I wanted him to come in. I was a bit worried he might show possessiveness over it, so i wanted to be uber confident and take that thing from him. I grabbed it our of his mouth and chucked it over our fence to the woods for the foxes to enjoy. the look on his face was priceless..."But Mommmmmmmmmm, that was mine! How could you?" Come to the deck with a whole head by the antlers is quite amusing when we have company over - NOT.

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2 Birds, 1 Mouse, 1 squirrel, that I know of.

Khaleesi is my little hunter and it's just disgusting. (She didn't eat the tip of the squirrel tail, tho.)

Dexter prefers to kill socks and go through gastro surgery to remove 3 feet of intestine, and nearly die, which I have documented in a lonnnnggg thread that is located in the health section.

That said, Dex had also gotten a cooked T-bone remnant and it was said T-bone remnant combined with sock that caused the obstruction and busted intestine. Happy ending, but only just barely.

At least when they eat raw "kill", the bones aren't hard/cooked and there's a better chance for them to digest them, I guess.

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