God hand help us
Thanks , the Yorkshire was like my own kid, she slept in my room, I took her on walks , she never even wore a leash, was completely obedient. Its hard to lose a pet , but its even harder when you're so closely bonded. She had different "voices" for things she wanted. They both died in my arms at the vet. Laika has brought new joy into my life ;)Ahmetal said:Damn, Sankari. That is brutal. I'm sure they had amazing lives and that's a quite a lot of years on the poodle. I only hope my dobe and chihuahuas will live that long. Your personal trainer is beautiful and very lucky to have you. You're awesome and an inspiration for rescuing.
What a cool idea for naming him.Eneshi said:So, now he is Rickert! I wanted a good name for someone younger and smaller, but he seems to be a pure-bred male black lab, so I needed a name for him to grow with. I think Rickert is perfect because we are slowly seeing the character become a man as the story progresses.
Dude, last night when i was going through this thread, after reading this comment i had to laugh so much that i had to leave my room. Otherwise i would have woken up my brother Seriously, i was not able to stop.Gobolatula said:My cat is a fucking asshole.
Don't get me wrong, I love the guy, but sometimes I wish he wasn't such a dick. Right now I'm posting at 2:37 AM because he woke me up. Every night he does this. Now I can't get back to sleep.
I'll have my door closed and he'll meow CONSTANTLY at my door until I wake up and let him outside. He's relentless. I've tried ignoring him, trust me. If I have my window open, GOD FORBID I HAVE MY WINDOW OPEN FOR SOME FRESH AIR, he'll stand outside my window meowing to let him back in not even an hour later.
This drives me nuts. I need my sleep.
Do any of you guys have experience in dealing with stuff like this? I don't know how to get him to stop. Aaz suggested a cat door, but I can't do go that route unfortunately. I'll admit I know nothing about cat behavior and how to get them to stop doing dumb shit.