By gettingacat - 17/12/2009 14:32 - United States
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So your dog's an atheist.. I'd be proud to have an atheist dog. It shows superior intelligence. Even if it's to its owner ;D
And this is why you always keep small objects out of the reach of children and pets. YDI for not putting the nativity scene somewhere your dog couldn't munch on it. You're lucky it didn't get stuck in the poor beast's throat. And since I really am THAT bored... Helpful Holiday Tips for Pet Owners 1. Don't put tinsel on your trees. Cats and dogs can eat it and get the tinsel coiled up in their guts, or choke on it. 2. Don't decorate lower branches with fragile ornaments. Pets running by or jumping on the tree can break them. For that matter, don't put fragile ornaments anywhere on your tree if you have a cat that hasn't been de-clawed. Tree-climbing happens. Chaos ensues. I've seen it happen. 3. Keep any small figurines or free-standing ornaments on a table or shelf your pet cannot access. Choking hazard. It's that simple. 4. If your pet tends to scratch around or damage pillows and other furniture items, chances are they'll go and eat or unwrap the presents, so don't leave packages unattended under the tree. 5. Don't leave out anything that smells like natural mint if you have a cat. Your cat will most likely mistake it for catnip and go batshit crazy trying to get at it. Yes, I learned this lesson the hard way. 6. Only use regular water in your tree stand or bucket. No bleach or additives to make the tree last longer if you have pets. Fido and Mr. Mittens can (and probably will) try to drink it.