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Positive stuff in a time of worries

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MollySmith, Mar 15, 2020.


  1. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    Put it where you saw it. They don't really mind open spaces. Stick a few dog biscuits out after Bungo's last wee trip :D
     
  2. ForestWomble

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    Great thanks, will do. Hope it comes back tonight, apart from mice when someone put up a bird feeder for a little while I've never seen any wild animals here. Last years hedgehogs were the other side of the road, where it's greener and there are hedges etc.
     
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  3. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    If it comes back, you might have to think about a more permanent solution ;) :D
     
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  4. ForestWomble

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    More permanent solution? Sorry, not sure what you mean.
     
  5. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    OH likes computer games.He's produced his own country where the capital is West Wind our late Chessies pedigree name. one town named after his late Collie, Lucy by the sea. Then there's the lakeside town called Muddy puddles(Chessies name) and another called Alfiehampton (Goldens name) :D :D

    A bit of silliness :)
     
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  6. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    Well, if it's not just passing through, would you like to support it? Food, water, long term?
     
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  7. raysmyheart

    raysmyheart PetForums Senior

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    Best to go early then! I have only kayaked once. It was so enjoyable and relaxing, I loved the sound of the paddle pushing the water, so quiet and peaceful. I hope to go again soon! The spot where you go @rona looks awesome!
     
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    Oh right, yes of course I see what you mean now.

    I would like to support it, I could defiantly leave out water, food might not be such a good idea though unless I can just leave out some dog biscuits.
     
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  9. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    That's what both of mine eat. Tried all sorts to get them to eat better, but dog biscuits are their fav and the rest has been thrown away :rolleyes:
    You have to give puppy or small dog though, they can break teeth on normal kibble, and nothing with fish
     
  10. ForestWomble

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    I knew about the fish and Bungos food doesn't contain fish as his tummy doesn't like it, so that's fine. While his kibble is small, it's not classed as small dog so probably safer to not put out food and just give them water.
     
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  11. SbanR

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    Cat biscuits would be better - higher meat content
     
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    FC1251F9-4991-47F6-B094-0B9BC38B91CC.jpeg 003F2AB3-9AF4-4FAF-9C66-C7D2F5AF4E90.jpeg

    We went out for a run yesterday very early. We bumped into a hedgehog. Loki was terrified so we had to go back the way we came. We came back that way but it was gone so must have put itself to bed.
     
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  13. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    I know but I spent a fortune on cat food, hedgehog food but they still wouldn't eat it :rolleyes:

    If it was out in daylight, then it was probably ill.
     
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    Aww he/she looks nice and healthy.

    I guess Loki was wondering why the spiky ball was moving lol
     
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    Bertie'sMum Obedient Cat Slave

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    I'd love to have hedgehogs visit my garden (got a plethora of snails and slugs for them to eat !) but, as far as I know, there are none at all around here:(
     
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  16. raysmyheart

    raysmyheart PetForums Senior

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    I have never seen a hedgehog. They are very beautiful!
    Loki, too:).
     
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  17. Boxer123

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    Loki thought it would eat him.
     
  18. raysmyheart

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    Poor Loki! Sending him a hug.:)
     
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  19. Dave S

    Dave S Cosy Corner Collies

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    I am feeling very positive this week.

    My daughter in law has announced to the family that she is having a baby and due in December. We knew last week.

    As her new recent baby was only born mid January I have offered to pay to have my son castrated sooner rather than later.

    I am however absolutely over the moon with delight and so is my wife.
     
  20. Boxer123

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    Congratulations lovely age gap.
     
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