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Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne R6 months ago

Very sweet! TYFS.

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Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne R6 months ago

Very sweet! TYFS.

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Christine Jones
Christine J2 years ago

I've noticed that a lot of animals choose beds or chairs that are too small for them; it might be some instinctive feeling of being safe in a small space. This theory however does not explain yesterday's excitement.

I opened the car door for my foster dog. He's a medium size dog and the car is a hatchback with the usual carpet-covered particle board parcel shelf under the rear window. He's been in the car before and is fine. However yesterday he decided that he would leap onto the rear board. He sat there very pleased with himself, looking for all the world like one of those bobble-headed dog toys. People passing by thought it was hilarious and super cute. I must admit so did I. While I was telling him that he was much too big to sit there, of course the inevitable happened and the board cracked in half and he dropped onto the floor. I now have a broken parcel shelf. He was completely unfazed by the whole experience and went on to enjoy his ride in the back seat where he belonged.

Never a dull moment with a foster dog!

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Teresa W.
Teresa W2 years ago

very cute

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Carrie-Anne Brown

thanks for sharing :)

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Tricia Hamilton
Tricia Hamilton3 years ago

Adorable!! ( :

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Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne R3 years ago

Really cute. He did it!

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Klaus Peters
Klaus Peters3 years ago

Nice video. Well, the dog figured it out, not comfortable though.

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Ann Razumovskaya
Ann Razumovskaya3 years ago

One of my cats does the same. He is big and likes to squish into bed of the smallest cat, or sometimes he squishes into her bed with her in it :)

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Janet C.
Janet C3 years ago

Poor little guy! I'd say he needs a big bed of his own :-)

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