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Re: Speaking of scared cows..


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Posted by deadcarp on April 21, 2004 at 18:17:29 from (216.189.142.236):

In Reply to: Speaking of scared cows.. posted by Curmudgeon on April 21, 2004 at 18:02:53:

Now that's funny! Years ago we had a pet raccoon named ginger. One night i was walking her on-leash in the moonlite and i spotted our neighbor's rhodesian ridgebacks coming our way. I shortened the leash cuz when threatened she liked to scurry up the nearest tree and i was usually it. Not this time. Ginger arched her back but stood her ground and the dogs wisely separated, slowly approaching her from both sides. She nervously looked from one to the other as they got really close to sniffing, and finally when conditions were perfect, she bit one nose and scratched the other! The dogs both spun & left, yipping and i let her calm down a bit. Some wordless situations are just too funnny. :)



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