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What is the most disgusting thing your pet has ever done?



 


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mve17
posted 3-Apr-2006 3:17pm  
Licked it's bum then tried to lick me
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 3-Apr-2006 3:39pm  
On occasion, my cats don't quite manage to poop out all of a little hairball, and so they end up walking around with an inch or so of poopy hairball sticking out of their asses. I think each of them has done this once.
llamamama
posted 3-Apr-2006 4:02pm  
eat cat barf..
cerealkiller
posted 3-Apr-2006 4:50pm  
Once I was sitting at the kitchen counter talking on the phone. One of the cats jumped up on the counter, put her back end facing me and let out a nice stream of piss all over me.
Same cat, another occasion - somehow backed up neatly to my wife's halffull glass of chablis and pissed into it. Nasty me, I didn't say anything and waited to see me wife take a sip. She noticed it, but too late.................
elizabeths
posted 3-Apr-2006 6:02pm  
I don't have any pets.
elizabeths
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 3-Apr-2006 6:03pm  
Don't you and your wife get along?
RGirl
posted 3-Apr-2006 6:19pm  
Well, my pin does something so nasty I'm not putting here. This is runner up. Anne saw her outside and she had dead garter snake hanging from her mouth. When Anne went out to take it away from her she gulped it down in one swallow. Ewwwww!!

Our little yorkie/poo rolls on dead worms and stuff. Gets on his back and wiggle around making sure to cover every spot.

Our black lab mix kept bringing back the same dead groundhog from the woods behind the house trying to bring it in the house with her.

Our German Shephard has a very sensitive GI system so, you know...

Our birds just poop in their food or water or on me.

CGTREE
posted 3-Apr-2006 6:33pm  
My dogs used to eat cat poo....that was pretty nasty..
romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 3-Apr-2006 6:59pm  
Mostly vomit, I think.
Shadow_Matt
posted 3-Apr-2006 8:05pm  
The most disgusting thing?? She died on me. Does that count?
ultamate
posted 3-Apr-2006 8:16pm  
It's not really disgusting what my cat done but it's funny as hell. My mother and father -- in-law was going out of town for the week so we brought their dog to our house to dog sit. My cat wasn't too pleased with sharing her domain with our little visitor at first. The dog was in heat and after a while I guess the cat found enough compassion for the poor pooch that she decided to help her out. The cat mounted the little dog a preceded to hump away. For about 5 minutes she gave it her best shot then swatted the dog in the face and went on about her business.
RGirl
(reply to ultamate) posted 3-Apr-2006 8:23pm  
> It's not really disgusting what my cat done but it's funny as hell.
> My mother and father -- in-law was going out of town for the week so
> we brought their dog to our house to dog sit. My cat wasn't too pleased
> with sharing her domain with our little visitor at first. The dog
> was in heat and after a while I guess the cat found enough compassion
> for the poor pooch that she decided to help her out. The cat mounted
> the little dog a preceded to hump away. For about 5 minutes she gave
> it her best shot then swatted the dog in the face and went on about
> her business.

THAT is fabulous! smiley:::wince laughing out loud
ultamate
(reply to Shadow_Matt) posted 3-Apr-2006 8:34pm  
Aww that's so sad. Pet's are like people they don't want to die alone and they want the one that means the most with them. That's not at all disgusting it's actually very sweet.
Shadow_Matt
(reply to ultamate) posted 3-Apr-2006 8:35pm  
thanks
ultamate
posted 3-Apr-2006 8:41pm  
ok most disgusting, my cat threw up in the bed next to my head while I was asleep.
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 3-Apr-2006 9:10pm  
Well..... I have a chihuahua/rat terrier mix... and she's nervous. Very nervous. She really probably should be medicated.

She's afraid to poop.

She must have had one bad experience and ever since then, she's been afraid of it. She will hold it for over a week.... causing it to get backed up and too huge to come out.

When she does finally poop, she runs all over my yard screaming and dropping turds all over the place (including the porch). It's a horrible thing to watch or hear. She's been to several different vets about it... but they all say the same thing.... she's fine, she just holds it.

So for years now, I've been experimenting with different foods to keep her bowels moving... She loooves vegetables... which keeps it coming....

Once I gave her too much corn though.... and I found a big pile of corn in the yard.... all stuck together with a small amount of poop. smiley:::dead face
Zang
posted 3-Apr-2006 11:07pm  
Lick the worms out of the eyeballs of a dead squirrel.



Oh right! I don't have a pet! Well, I guess if I did, that would be pretty gross! smiley:::raspberry
RGirl
(reply to they) posted 3-Apr-2006 11:40pm  
Sorry, the description made me laugh. My min pin won't potty if it's raining. She will hold it until no one is looking and then have 'a power-dump' as Anne so affectionately calls. She will look both ways, to make sure the coast is clear, then poop---- FAST and A LOT, then walk away liked she didn't do anything. Well, I have solved the pee issue. In the rain I'll walk her to the corner and she pees on their lawn. I realized on walks, she couldn't pass that spot without going, marking it as her corner I guess. Still, not tricks for the poo though.
Enigma
posted 3-Apr-2006 11:40pm  
I had a stupid dog for a while that ate his own crap. When I lived in the country, my cat used to eat mice and then throw them up. Of course that's just what cat's do.
hypersky
posted 4-Apr-2006 12:01am  
One word: diarrhea. smiley:::dead face
blondie20
posted 4-Apr-2006 12:38am  
I hate when my cat coughs up hairballs smiley:::dead face
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to RGirl) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:13am  
laughing out loud Power dump.

My male dog pees on my table leg all winter... I tried to confuse him... disinfected the leg... and turned the table around... but he just pisses on the new leg.

Little dogs were just not meant to be in this kind of weather.
cerealkiller
(reply to elizabeths) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:17am  
Hardly
elizabeths
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:34am  
That's too bad. I'm sorry to hear that.
cerealkiller
(reply to elizabeths) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:43am  
You are new here. If you read past posts by me you'd see that my wife and I have a "love/hate" relationship. Or should I say "tolerate/hate"........ We've been married almost 24 yrs now. About 20 years too long I'd say. We're getting to be 'senior citizens' now so no sense starting over.
elizabeths
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:46am  
That's probably true, but it still saddens me that you and your wife don't have a better relationship in your senior years.
cerealkiller
(reply to elizabeths) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:55am  
Ayyy, don't call me a 'senior' yet. I'm 53, the wife 56. She could get senior discounts but refuses to be considered old.
elizabeths
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:57am  
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to offend you, but you used the word 'senior' so I made the assumption that you and your wife were seniors. My mistake.
cerealkiller
(reply to elizabeths) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:58am  
It would help us also if new people like you would fill in some info on the profile page.
cabinfever
(reply to ultamate) posted 4-Apr-2006 2:01am  
> It's not really disgusting what my cat done but
> it's funny as hell. My mother and father -- in-law
> was going out of town for the week so we brought
> their dog to our house to dog sit. My cat wasn't
> too pleased with sharing her domain with our little
> visitor at first. The dog was in heat and after
> a while I guess the cat found enough compassion
> for the poor pooch that she decided to help her
> out. The cat mounted the little dog a preceded
> to hump away. For about 5 minutes she gave it
> her best shot then swatted the dog in the face
> and went on about her business.

That is hysterically funny! Too bad you didn't get a video camera out for that. She swatted the dog after too? Typical cat! I am ROFLMAO!! I'll have to tell my mom (an ardent cat-lover) that one.

RGirl
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 4-Apr-2006 3:39am  
> It would help us also if new people like you would fill in some info
> on the profile page.

Yeah, I'd feel better about it too.
gsummers
posted 4-Apr-2006 6:48am  
Ate his own poo.. that was gross.. he wasn't technically ours, but we looked after him for 8 months.. the vet said some dogs do that, I think it was bacause they are bored?.. which was weird because he got 2 long walks a day..

His owners were moving to Australia and he wasnt cleared to go so we had to find someone to take him ( we wanted to keep him, and we all loved him to bits but dad wasnt willing to put up a fence in the yard..anyway he went with nice family in the end.. but 3 months after living with them he bit one of their youngsters a couple times.. and well.. even though it tore them apart to do it, they put him down..smiley:::frown Poor Bo.. he was awesome.)
CarolL
posted 4-Apr-2006 8:14am  
My dog has eaten cat poo from the litter box. UGH!
LoriJanine
posted 4-Apr-2006 8:44am  
I dont have a pet now but when I was a kid, I was sitting on the floor, the puppy was on the recliner behind me and puked down the back of my shirt. smiley:::wince Hey! Quit laughing!!
Hans
posted 4-Apr-2006 9:16am  
N/A
Wackadoo
posted 4-Apr-2006 12:18pm  
Poop.
iamdonte
posted 4-Apr-2006 1:38pm  
image

This is Merlyn, our gray tabby.
iamdonte
(reply to CarolL) posted 4-Apr-2006 1:39pm  
> My dog has eaten cat poo from the litter
> box. UGH!


Why do dogs like to do that anyway?
babygirl23
posted 4-Apr-2006 2:22pm  
When my dog Sara gave birth she ATE one of her puppies! I swear she did. The vet says sometimes they will do that if it's really sick. I'm still tramatized over that.
Iseult
(reply to iamdonte) posted 4-Apr-2006 3:14pm  
> >">image
>
> This is Merlyn, our gray tabby.

That's the cutest pic ever!

Maarten
posted 4-Apr-2006 5:10pm  
It has crap all over the house. Is that enough?
iamdonte
(reply to Iseult) posted 4-Apr-2006 7:10pm  
Poor baby really thinks that is his water bowl.
iamdonte
(reply to LoriJanine) posted 4-Apr-2006 7:12pm  
> I dont have a pet now but when I was a kid,
> I was sitting on the floor, the puppy was
> on the recliner behind me and puked down
> the back of my shirt. smiley:::wince Hey! Quit
> laughing!!


Not yet....ROFL
iamdonte
(reply to Iseult) posted 4-Apr-2006 7:14pm  
image

Iseult, here is a better picture of the little darling.
RGirl
(reply to iamdonte) posted 4-Apr-2006 9:38pm  
We will hear a slurp slurping coming from the bathroom & yell, 'Heidi!' and then you can hear the lid plop down and she walks out. She lifts the lid and drinks out of it.
cloudhugger
posted 4-Apr-2006 10:50pm  
My dog Puddles, ran like hell across the park. I see her, and let her go because it is good excercise for her. I see her do the fire drill : Stop
Drop
Roll
I am now running like hell across the park screamng "Puddles! NOOOOOOOOOO! She had found the sick great danes diahrea puddle and rolled in it covered head to toe. I grabbed her collar dry heaving the whole way. I didn't have an outside hose at the time so I had to walk her in the house careful not to touch anything and got her in the tub to wash her off...dry heaving the whole way.
While I walked her back I was begging and pleading with her not to shake, and she didn't. But you know, I didn't get mad at her because she had the biggest widest happiest grin on her face, she was truly happy. While I was dry heaving the whole way.
cloudhugger
(reply to CarolL) posted 4-Apr-2006 10:54pm  
Warm meal...
cloudhugger
(reply to LoriJanine) posted 4-Apr-2006 10:55pm  
C'mon, that's hysterical!
cloudhugger
(reply to hypersky) posted 4-Apr-2006 10:59pm  
My diarrhea story is more than one word...
iamdonte
(reply to RGirl) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:12pm  
laughing out loud Our hasn't learned to life the lid yet. I wish I could teach them to use the toilet and then flush.

What kind of cat is Heidi? Or is Heidi a dog?

Merlyn has to almost climb in to get his drink, but Simon Patrick and Little Miss can stand on their back legs and lean into the toilet. As you can see, Merlyn is the little one. Both Simon and Miss are part Maine Coon. Simon is 18 pounds and Miss is 15 pounds. They will grow until they are 4 years old. Scary thought.
RGirl
(reply to iamdonte) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:23pm  
Heidi is a huge German Shephard. I think I will make a thread in forum for people to post pictures of their pets.
iamdonte
(reply to RGirl) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:28pm  
Cool...I have 5 smiley:::frown
hypersky
(reply to cloudhugger) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:36pm  
It's all crap to me!!! smiley:::smile
cloudhugger
(reply to hypersky) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:37pm  
smiley:::winking raspberry
RGirl
(reply to iamdonte) posted 4-Apr-2006 11:54pm  
Why the sad face! 5 cats or dogs? We have 4 dogs and 8 birds.
iamdonte
(reply to RGirl) posted 5-Apr-2006 12:37am  
I have 3 cats and 2 dogs...they are all a handful. Actually one dog belongs to my partners father. He is a mouthy little mutt - part chihuahua and part rat terrier. Obnoxious mix.
Iseult
(reply to iamdonte) posted 5-Apr-2006 1:37am  
smiley:::smile
goofy34
posted 5-Apr-2006 9:29am  
I have no pets.
ultamate
(reply to cabinfever) posted 5-Apr-2006 7:50pm  
You would know when we needed the video camera the battery would need charged and the darn cat wouldn't do an encore.
cabinfever
(reply to ultamate) posted 5-Apr-2006 9:38pm  
Ahhh, but of course, darn it! smiley:::wink
autumnlight
posted 6-Apr-2006 7:51am  
My hamster wees in her wheel then runs in it so she gets coated.
Also, my cat once must have eaten something dodgy while she ws outside, because she came inside and puked live maggots on the living room carpet that I had to try and scoop up before they reached the furniture, whilst also trying to grap the cat to get her outside before she puked anymore.
RGirl
(reply to autumnlight) posted 7-Apr-2006 12:37am  
smiley:::dead face
autumnlight
(reply to RGirl) posted 7-Apr-2006 2:04pm  
I know, it was pretty grim.
Gomezy3k
posted 9-Apr-2006 11:01am  
Two words... "Cat Candy"... Keeping my Boston Terror out of the litter box is a challenge..and then he wants to lick your face...
JessicaWoman99
posted 9-Apr-2006 2:51pm  
Barff up all over my rugs and then my cat she will find more places to leave her barff and hairballs from room to room and one big" giant" trail and having to clean up a load of vomit yuck
JessicaWoman99
posted 10-Apr-2006 9:38pm  
Let me see here my cat she passes gas oh I am going to pass out eeek
jennyo
posted 17-Apr-2006 6:13pm  
I don't have any pets.
jra
posted 20-Apr-2006 1:16am  
My cat was licking herself and didn't realize that there was poop stuck to her butt. She got her poop in her mouth! Her face was priceless. She just kept spitting...
LuridHope
posted 25-Apr-2006 9:59pm  
smiley:::frown I had to give my cat away. My flat is no pets.
LuridHope
(reply to iamdonte) posted 26-Apr-2006 12:02am  
My orange tabby did the same thing,

maybe it's a tabby thing.
iamdonte
(reply to LuridHope) posted 26-Apr-2006 8:28am  
There is a fascination with things that go round and round and go down the hole.

Actually, this is the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. When my partner and her father evacuated they had only a small car (her father couldn't drive) and they loaded themselves and the two dogs into the car. She left the cats behind thinking that if water came into the house, they could at least get into the loft. So, she put enough food and water for 5 days into the loft and in their normal eating spot. When she got back to get them 6 days later, they had been inside a hot house at 95+ degrees (outside temp) so their water supply had been used up...sooooo they went to the toilet. And this is where they continue to drink. Go figure.
eloradanan
posted 14-May-2006 11:11pm  
I don't have a pet anymore, but I think the worse thing that my cat Charlie ever did is bring up a huge hairball one night. I stepped on the cold, slimy thing the next morning.
trouble_11668
posted 18-May-2006 11:07pm  
My cat barfed and my dog ran over and ate it.
ausfox
posted 6-Jun-2006 6:59am  
I don't have a pet.
kitti723
posted 13-Jun-2006 12:28pm  
shat all over the living room in liquid form. she was sick because the city came and dug up a water line in my backyard and left a hole that filled w. some water and she fell into it and thank god it was too deep. but she got sick and had to stay at the vets for 3 days on antibiotics and i sued the city for the vet bill. $600, oh yeah, they paid.
Oscar
posted 17-Jun-2006 12:02pm  
I have a lizard and I had him sitting on my shoulder once and he pooped on me. I gagged and almost threw up. Lizard crap is nasty!
clare
posted 13-Jul-2006 12:46pm  
Just the occasional hairball. I've changed his food over to a hairball control variety and that seems to help him.
Xcentrique
posted 21-Aug-2006 10:43pm  
My puppy ate duck poop in the park...GROSS!
rubylillysue
posted 31-Oct-2007 7:33am  
A cat I once had, brought a grass snake into the garden once
penguin388
posted 20-Jul-2008 10:30pm  
Cat farted when I was petting both sides of her tummy ( I guess I squeezed it out of her ) and blew 2 or 3 tiny pieces of watery poop onto my FACE. Horrified is not the word!
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 7-Nov-2017 6:08pm  
My fish ate each other. That was pretty bad.
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