Ok, the weirdest thing....kind of gross

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  1. bogolove

    bogolove New Member

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    I walk upstairs and see one small piece of , well, to be on the nicer side, poo. Just lying in the middle of the hall. Way too far away to be a piece accidentally kicked out of the cat's litter box. Now, Brady ALWAYS lets me know if he needs to go out. He can get downright fiesty about it sometimes. None of that happened. I was upstairs, hubby was downstairs (near the doors to go outside) and he never asked. I walked upstairs from going to tuck him (Brady)to bed (I am a sap) and there it was plain as day. it definently was not the cat's. I hope. I don't know, I just thought it was weird.
     
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    Renee750il Felurian

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    Well, this possible explanation is kind of gross, too, but here goes . . .

    Maybe it was a piece that got stuck when he went out and that's where it fell off? :eek:
     
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    Yeah maybe, but he had been in for a bit so my hubby suggested (this is even grosser) that he was trying to hold something in and it just sort of forced its way out. But he ususally lets me know, especially if that is what he has to do. But it really was not much, it just surprised me when I came up the stairs. Probably the cat put it there to try to get the dog in trouble. LOL!
     
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    It may have been a political statement on the part of the cat. ;)
     
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    I would pin it on the cat.. they are sneaky...
     
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    :D Well, in my house I'd know for sure where this came from! Holly, our 6 month old Rat Terrier is famous for going out to poo, (and this is a sight to behold anyway... she has the strangest little ritual of sticking one back leg out sideways as she goes!) and if every little bit doesn't "fall" immediately, she runs like lightening into the house, with the funniest look on her face and I can tell if she was a person she would be screaming "Get it off, quick!" :eek:
     
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    Ohhh, ROFL! Thanks for the laugh this morning, Karen! And thank Holly for me, too. :p
     
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    I can always tell my Westies Oops from my Cocker's Oops. My Cocker always seems to leave a trail .... Maybe to find her way back to where she was?

    LOL :p
     

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