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Flying thief

Discussion in 'Chinchillas' started by Bjarki the Hooli, Apr 15, 2019 at 10:02 PM.


  1. Bjarki the Hooli

    Bjarki the Hooli PetForums Newbie

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    I thought this rather comical type of larceny only happened to people who owned small and agile hounds and were in the habit of absent-mindedly eating a sandwich while watching a video.

    Last night I came home dog tired and hungry after a gruelling trip, so first I let Bjarki out of his cage for his usual pre-playtime gallop and then collapsed on a chair with a slice of gruyere on Ryvita. Suddenly, something like a pale blur flew at my hand, took a bite of the cheese and disappeared.

    I still cannot believe he did it, because I do not think he ate the cheese. Please tell me I am not the only one in this forum with a thieving chin..
     
    #1 Bjarki the Hooli, Apr 15, 2019 at 10:02 PM
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  2. TabulaRasa

    TabulaRasa PetForums Member

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    :D That is so funny, he must have liked the look of the cheese! I doubt he'd have eaten it though just run off with it. Mine will run off with anything they decide looks interesting, keys, pencils, small screwdrivers, bits of chain, snap clips, large metal washers, nuts and bolts and pieces of paper are particular favorites to grab and go:p.
     
  3. Tiggers

    Tiggers PetForums Senior

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    Wallpaper is a favourite of my lot :(
     
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