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    Angry I'm considering killing my dog.....

    So this arvo i've rescued my daughters 'Elmo' stuffed toy from the jaws of Bronx TWICE !!!...my fault i left the back door open.

    BUT IT GETS EVEN WORSE, WAY WORSE....NUMBINGLY WORSE !!!!

    I just came back from having a beer with a nieghbour and looked out the back to see foam everywhere. I was angry with Bronx and myself..3 times how dumb can i be???...how will i tell Emmy that Elmo has been gutted like a rabbit ??

    Then i realised the foamish material was a yellowy brown colour......not the white colour found in the new type of soft toys.

    I froze....my heart sank...surely not. NO, NO NO !!!!

    There he was ....lying face down....mutilated.

    My 'Curious George' that i was given the day i was born....my bestest buddy in the whole world....my mate who helped me sleep every night...my mate who listened to my lifetime of woes from illness as a kid....to girl problems as a teenager......to just still sitting on my bedside table as an adult. 34 and a half years.......and this is where it ends.....

    I apologised to him, held him and hugged him,.... and hes resting back in his favourite spot.....face torn, stomach torn, each foot holed......foamy intestines about 80% gone

    I kicked that brindle bastard in the ass twice on his way past !! Hes lucky i dont bloody shoot him !! I could just F'n kill him !!!!

    I'm going to ring mum and see if she's willing to restuff and hand stitch him back together...cant be any harder than the taxidermy she does.

    He wont be the same smiling, happy..... 'Curious' face that has kept me happy for nearly 35 years....but i cant just give up on him. I'm nearly in tears over this....i feel like crap.

    I want my George back...not some bloody patch worked teddy.

    I dont care if anyone finds it funny i still have my childhood teddy...hes my mate. But now hes dead.


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    Oooh Sean – didn't realize you were such a sook !

    What an absolute tragedy and catastrophe !!!!!

    Poor old ‘'Curious George' ! He is not dead at all - at least now - he can grow up – with your mum’s help – and have lumps and bumps like the rest of us !

    Yes – I did laugh and found it really very funny ! Been there with the GSPs – so I know all about it ! The only trouble is that I still have the ‘bear’ – but not the pup !

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    P.S. Does my beautiful Hunk Bronx need a new home ?

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    I'm glad YOU got a laugh out of it....

    Mums on the Gold Coast so i'm going to have to post his remains down......but i'm considering aproaching my local CWA tomorrow and hopefully one of the old ducks will feel sorry for me and bring him back from the dead....if i carry his corpse in with tears running down my cheeks i reckon i'll find a nice old lady to help me out...maybe.

    The brindle bastard (thats his new name from now on ) is due for a vet visit tomorrow....C5 booster...but i'm thinking the old 'green dream' might be more appropriate !!!

    Not really....but i wish he could understand how pissssed oooffff i am with him at the moment !!!!! He knows hes not in my good books but he has no idea what he's done...34 years ...gone !!! GGrrrrrrrrr

    Now do i pick up his guts of the lawn...maybe they can be put back in ??? I cant just run over them with the mower.....i cant put them in the bin......my wife and kids are away so they cant help me....i rang her and i could hear them laughing in the background.

    I'm not a sook...i just loved my george. He could have chewed the wifes stupid little pink 'one eye Ted'...but noooooo he ripped up George and in the process my heart aswell.

    Bloody stupid dog.


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    Aaaah, Zen master/Yoda/supreme-being-of-choice tells us "secret, shall I tell you? Dog? His job it is. Stuff matters not, death is a part of life. Memories create the force. George will be reassembled in new force, same George. Dog goes on, he will."

    I speak from experience. I had/have a hand made carpet from India, a gift 30 years ago from a dear friend Ken, since fallen off the perch. It's major claim to fame was "will last a lifetime". Oscar, as a pup, found it comforting to chew the tassles and part of the carpet when I was out or not awake early enough. Still have the carpet, still reminds me of Ken and now, Oscar as a pup. Last a lifetime it will, with lumps and bumps of life!

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    Aw Sean Poor old Bronx didn't know what he did was bad and he won't understand why you are so cranky. I'd be exactly the same though. I am very sentimental about things like that. Is till have a cabbage patch doll from when I was 5, she will be 21 this year but luckily lives safely away in a box in the cupboard!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Oh Sean sometimes the pooches are so revolting. Deepest sympathy, RIP George.

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    Thanks guys...i'm slowly getting over it. Scotch helps everything.


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    He's not dead. Was just involved in a "dog attack" and needs surgery to heal. Like people, he's just injured and with a bit of scarring he's still the same Curious George.

    Now he has "character". He's a One if a kind

    You'll be ok chin up

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    Oh Sean, I do luv you as much as you fear me.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Sean

    Imagine your house burned down.

    What would you be more upset about going burning with it? Curious George or The Brindle Bastard?

    I've got a few things - from my child hood / before I was born. Somewhere in my stuff I found my brother's security blanket. Both aged well over 40 now. He was not pleased when I returned it to him. I've also got a christening dress. NFI what to do with that. It's not like I fit into it any more. Got some of my grandmother's jewelry. Would be quite upset if the evil hound ate that. But it's well stashed where she would not get to it easily. I've got my mum's old teddy bear but it lives high up on a book shelf. I think the book shelf would fall on top of evil hound before it gave up the bear.

    So now's the time to walk around the house and check for any more of curious George's friends that you'd be upset about joining him, and stash them where the BB cannot get to them.

    For me - I get punished by evil hound every time I forget to put my ugg boots where she cannot reach them.

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