Rabbit poo and mud for dinner! Yum!

(17 Posts)
Shriek Mon 25-Apr-16 16:40:07

thoughts ... a good/bad thing?

CMOTDibbler Mon 25-Apr-16 16:43:29

Sounds luvvverly to me, but I luvs a nice buffet of chicken poo every evening in the garden. Muvver doesn't approve sad the woman has no taste in perfume either - she doesn't share my love of fox poo. Cmotdog2

Shriek Mon 25-Apr-16 17:11:15

eeeeuuuww! and what does chicken poo do for you! any tummy upsets?

2legit2knit Mon 25-Apr-16 17:17:32

Mine had a mouthful of wet looking dog poo (not her own) and a whole chicken wrap this evening on our walk, the wrap was swallowed whole before I could get to her. The poo, well, I wasn't going to even attempt that one.
I did manage to swerve her around the chocolate, cookies and the entire packet of gum scattered across the pavement.
She also carried several different pop cans along with her on the journey.

Shriek Mon 25-Apr-16 17:21:26

envy NOT! [VOMIT!}

BadDoGooder Mon 25-Apr-16 17:30:34

Well yesterday I decided that instead of the expensive but boring dog food my bitch human buys, I would find and devour some cat poo on my walk, followed by half a lovely burger in a bun which someone had thoughtfully left for me on the path. I had the wrapper for dessert.
My human shouted something about sleeping outside when I was sick, but I didn't pay any attention because by then I was too interested in a cat.

It was all ok though. I threw up all over the patio, and then got to try and eat some of it too.
Sadly my human got to me before I could eat all of it, but I did get to watch her clear up all my puke in the rain, so on balance it was a good day.

Love,
BadDog

BadDoGooder Mon 25-Apr-16 17:31:39

Oh and I thoroughly encourage dogs to eat burger wrappers. They taste good, and they come up whole again, so you can tell what you ate! grin

pigsDOfly Mon 25-Apr-16 19:04:19

Hmmm rabbit droppings!!!!

Scone1nSixtySeconds Tue 26-Apr-16 11:46:59

Rabbit droppings whilst yummy, do not compare to the varied deliciousness that is Guinea pig poo. They are like those jellybean sweets my hooman children eat!

I luffs sheep poos. Especially when the outside is all dried out by the sun - crunchy on the outside and gooey deliciousness on the inside.

CMOTDibbler Tue 26-Apr-16 11:53:20

Cat poo is v tasty too. The cat things that live here like to bury theirs so I can always find some.
Am well jel of the burger wrappers. We live where there are lots of furry things, but is sadly lacking in fast food. At least not the sort that doesn't bite back

insan1tyscartching Tue 26-Apr-16 11:57:51

Eric's foodstuff of choice is either horse or cow muck particularly when it's dried out in the sun. This from the dog who will turn his nose up at the leftover joint on a Sunday unless it's warm and cut into bite size pieces and hand fed to him hmm

1frenchfoodie Tue 26-Apr-16 15:00:28

Had interesting snack of fag ends and cammomile plants at the bus stop yesterday while human was distracted by 5wk old baby. Not as good as a nice mature doormat but human seems to have removed that, not realising I was only 1/4 the way through. Almost as good as rolling in fox poo.

Princesspeach1980 Tue 26-Apr-16 17:40:10

My dog loves a bunny poo buffet, and he's tiny enough to climb in the hutch with the bunnies and help himself!

Shriek Tue 26-Apr-16 21:23:14

cat poo is the most excellent delicacy to nicely finish the main of mud and rabbit poo!

why do hoomans screw up their face at the smell of sweet breath after downing that menu?! Refusing generous wet kisses too?!?! confused... confused

Shriek Thu 28-Apr-16 09:37:26

wild bunny poo is healthy part of ddoggie diet! actually bunnies healthy part of ddogies diet grin

averylongtimeago Thu 28-Apr-16 23:55:40

It's all very well talking about an interesting diet of yummy poo, let's face it most poo is tastier than dry biscuits, but I'm warning you, don't try and bite a snake, especially if it has zigzag markings down its back. You will have a very sore nose and mouth and have to go to the (whispers) vet and have injections.
I thought vipers were something to do with that thing mum keeps looking at, but apparently not!

averylongtimeago Thu 28-Apr-16 23:59:30

Feeling sorry for myself

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