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messybedroom900 Mon 30-Jan-17 18:41:59

Inspired by a thread about a cat eating the Christmas Turkey!

LoupGarou Mon 30-Jan-17 18:44:24

I think I got the wrong idea from the title blush.

Our cat takes great pains to poo and wee in DH's shoes if she feels he hasn't been paying her enough attention, she never does it to me grin

ollieplimsoles Mon 30-Jan-17 18:48:56

DD caught her first sickness bug a few weeks ago, our washing machine was broken so we gave our sick covered clothes to my sister, including our bed sheets (also had sick on them) so she could kindly wash them for us.

She took them home, washed them, ironed them and folded them in a pile on her bed, she then went out to a friends for the evening with bil.

When they came back at about 1am, the whole house stank, she said she went to the bedroom and her cat had shat literally all over her bed. It was all over our clean washing, the bedspread, her pillows, her pyjamas, even on the carpet.

Oysterbabe Mon 30-Jan-17 18:54:13

My mum was transferring some baby guinea pigs from a hutch to a box. Her husky cross jumped up and snatched one and swallowed it whole and alive.

booellesmum Mon 30-Jan-17 18:58:51

We had a collie cross when I was a teenager.
We came home one day to a very panicky neighbour.
The dog had climbed out of the window in the loft conversion (accidentally left open), slid down the roof and was perched on the guttering above the first floor bedroom.
She was not a small dog!
Luckily the guttering held and my Dad managed to yank her back in by the collar.

Olswitcharoo Mon 30-Jan-17 19:00:11

My dog jumped in my friends car and peed on the seat! She did laugh it off mind (friend, not the dog)

booellesmum Mon 30-Jan-17 19:00:20

We also have a cat who poos under the bed and another who poos by the front door and then finds a shoe to bury it with!

GobblersKnob Mon 30-Jan-17 19:01:30

My dog once ate the (solid) contents of a potty and then vomited it back up all over the floor.

Olswitcharoo Mon 30-Jan-17 19:01:38

Omg Oysterbabe! Poor little piggie sad

Mermaidinthesea Mon 30-Jan-17 19:02:58

I cannot leave ANY shoes out, the cat shits in them.

Vinorosso74 Mon 30-Jan-17 19:14:56

Our cat is diabetic and I was needing to get a pee sample so had the Katcor (little plastic balls) litter in the tray. She refused to go in it and did a huge, soft poo in the hall the stench was horrific. DP didn't believe how bad it was.

ExpectoPatronummmm Mon 30-Jan-17 19:18:21

A few years ago our neighbours alsation ate their hamster.
24 hours later it coughed it up and it was still alive.
No word of a lie

Soubriquet Mon 30-Jan-17 19:20:52

My cat has pulled up every single piece of rubber sealant from around the bathroom floor

VodkaJelly Mon 30-Jan-17 19:25:42

DP and I went for a walk in the countryside down the allocated paths, we were in a field and got chased by the bloody cows, the fuckers ran at us, we pegged it and hid in a hedge until they buggered off. We ran to the other side of the field with the big bastards once again in pursuit, and leapt over a fence and walked home via the dual carriageway, I felt safer there than in a field with homocidal bovine.

roseteapot101 Mon 30-Jan-17 19:30:56

I was watching the tv enjoying a restful evening on the sofa with my elderly cat prowler snoozing soundly on my lap.Then out of no were he go's flying in a epic fail were he lands but ends up sliding on the floor on his side.I look to see what inspired my geriatric cat to move as if he was a spry young kitten and see a mouse legging it across the living room floor.Our cat rose decided i was in dire need of a hunting lesson and brought us a delightful gift.It was after it had eaten some of my daughters clothes that i managed to lure it to a trap with peanut butter.O the joys of cat ownership lol

Chickenagain Mon 30-Jan-17 19:40:03

My Jack Russell threw a rat at me once.
He 'plucked' it out of a hole & got such a surprise as his head flew back he let it go, whereupon it hit me square in the chest. It fell to the floor & ambled off, Eddie spent 10 minutes looking in all the wrong places for it, while I tried to get both feet off the ground at the same time as making strange ewww urghhh ewwww noises.

winniewigs Mon 30-Jan-17 19:49:05

Poor baby guinea pig and hamster. sad You do have to be careful mixing your pets. One pet might see another pet as a snack.

catbrushblanket Mon 30-Jan-17 19:56:26

I woke up at 4am to feel the cat jumping excitedly round the bed, I turned the light on and discovered a happy cat and a dead rat!

MissVictoria Mon 30-Jan-17 19:58:02

Thankfully it hasn't happened yet and hopefully never will, but i have 4 corn snakes (two adults) and have 3 syrian hamsters, 2 dwarf russian hammys and 4 gerbils. One of the adults, the really friendly docile one, escaped last year but he's such a fussy eater i don't think he'd go for any of the fluffys, he was found 4 days later still in the room he escaped in. (we turned the entire house upside down multiple times a day searching for him) It would likely be a different story if the really mean, agressive, will-eat-anything adult ever escaped though (he escaped at a year old but was far too small to eat any of the 4 gerbils i had at that time), now he's big enough to eat any of the gerbils or the dwarfs and if he made it to the room they're in he would probably find a way in to a cage somehow.

MissVictoria Mon 30-Jan-17 20:02:35

OH, when i was about 10 for some reason a trend went round the kids living in my street of getting pet mice. I had an old bird cage (no idea why, never had birds, was probably my grans who used to have a ton of zebra finches) so gave it to my friend so she could have it for a pet mouse. We didn't realise mice can collapse their spines and the bars were too far apart set, it escaped. she didn't tell me this until a week later when we were getting ready for bed when i was staying over. Assumed it had left the house or was under the floor. I woke up at 3:50 AM with the little furry thing sat over my left eye. I sat up in shock, it landed on the bed by me and in a half asleep panic i flicked the blanket and it landed on my dressing gown on the floor and scurried off. I woke her up, asked the time, and said "the mouse is still here" and went back to sleep! Gang of us searched the room and found it the next day, sadly they let it go on a field, poor thing was captive bred so probably died not knowing how to fend for itself in the wild sad

isseywithcats Mon 30-Jan-17 20:02:45

one of my cats thinks the walk in shower is a giant litter tray so we have to check before we turn the shower head on , he also has a habit of thinking his arse is inside the proper litter tray and promptly shits all over the carpet instead of inside the tray, my daughters dalmation thinks the litter tray is a buffet and eats the contents if i dont pick it up quick enough

ghostyslovesheets Mon 30-Jan-17 20:03:34

I can't have a door mat because my youngest cat wees on them ...ditto anti draft door curtains, curtains, plastic bags, bags, shoes and coats ...

he's a twat

CaoNiMa Mon 30-Jan-17 20:04:02

When I was a child, my parents decided to mate my rabbit Sophie with a local "stud". I'm not sure why they thought this would be a good idea. Anyway. Sophie obligingly fell pregnant after a tussle with said local stud, but never ended up giving birth.

Or so I thought.

Years later, my parents informed me that she had, in fact, given birth - to a amorphous creature with random teeth and ears all over it.

shock

They had wisely kept this news from me.

CigarsofthePharoahs Mon 30-Jan-17 20:06:39

My cat has repeatedly crapped in the bath, weed on my bed and likes to poo all over our lawn. She has weed on DH's only clean pair of trousers the morning we were going on holiday, sauntered in to a neighbours house and stolen chicken from their bin and launched herself at me from the top of our wardrobe whist I was dozing in bed. Recently she did a massive crap right behind the kitchen door, so when DH opened the door it made a semicircle of poo. Then she sits there purring and fluffy and I forgive her.

CodyAndTheCups Mon 30-Jan-17 20:11:35

As in a male rabbit?? Or have I totally misunderstood this lol!

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