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    I have another whinger for no reason at times! I think it's just because I wasn't talking though.

    Running into the back of my legs by accident because he's not looking where he's going...

    Making me worry because he has raced full pelt straight into a wall/fence/door - again not looking where he's going...

    Hitting me to get my attention. Literally hitting me with his paws...

    Crying because the cat is pushing him around...

    Pushing me out of bed at stupid o clock in the morning when he's not even allowed to sleep on the bed!

    Thrusting his grotty, maggot filled, dirt covered, stinking bones in my face when I'm on the deck chair in the backyard reading and trying to relax....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    I have another whinger for no reason at times! I think it's just because I wasn't talking though.

    Running into the back of my legs by accident because he's not looking where he's going...

    Making me worry because he has raced full pelt straight into a wall/fence/door - again not looking where he's going...

    Hitting me to get my attention. Literally hitting me with his paws...

    Crying because the cat is pushing him around...

    Pushing me out of bed at stupid o clock in the morning when he's not even allowed to sleep on the bed!

    Thrusting his grotty, maggot filled, dirt covered, stinking bones in my face when I'm on the deck chair in the backyard reading and trying to relax....
    LMAO, he sounds just like Barney.

    Except rather than running into the back of your legs, Barney thinks everyone is a tunnel and will force his way BETWEEN your legs, regardless of the fact you are wearing a knee length pencil skirt and he is not able to walk through matter LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    LMAO, he sounds just like Barney.

    Except rather than running into the back of your legs, Barney thinks everyone is a tunnel and will force his way BETWEEN your legs, regardless of the fact you are wearing a knee length pencil skirt and he is not able to walk through matter LOL
    Oh I get that too! I think that may be where the back of the legs thing comes from. You have to step aside when you hear them coming up behind you down the hall! Batty is only about an inch higher than my knees when he's standing still...

    Mind you he still tries to share his toys which is adorable and he grunts! Like a little piglet! It's SO cute!!

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    Kimba sleeps with me & must have as much contact with me as possible. The only exception is if the rolls over and then I get 4 paws stabbing into me.
    She cannot settle until the blankets are over her & uses her head to dig her way under if I'm asleep resulting in the blankets in a pile at the bottom of the bed.
    The second her head hits the pillow she's asleep. How can they fall asleep so fast? She also snores loudly & every so often does this weird twitchy thing.. She drives me nuts some days..

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    Nero sitting next to my desk whining because he wants my attention while I'm frantically trying to meet my deadline to finish a report. And him actually trying to climb up on my desk if I ignore him.

    Him jumping in the stinking, muddy, dirty dam for a swim and throwing up afterwards because he hasn't closed his mouth while thrashing around in the water.

    Him standing at the edge of the stinking, muddy, dirty dam. Looking at me, clearly hearing my loud 'NOOO' ... obviously weighing up the odds... and then taking a leap anyway

    That he insists on squeezing in between my legs and the kitchen cupboards when I'm preparing a meal... just to remind me that he is there. And soooo hungry!

    That the only appropriate place to eat an old, dug up, rotten and stinking bone seems to be the good turkish rug in our living room.

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    Sharoo, that is hilarious. Roxie does the same with the blankets. The other day she was doing wheelies under there and fell out the end.

    Jackaroo bites Roxie's legs and Jacksons face. He pulls on Jackson so much that he actually has wrinkles :O He also howls when someone leaves, for about 20 seconds. It doesn't matter who is still home, or who left, he acts like Schmackoes are on back order.

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    Villain frequently assumes the position I was thinking before I actually give the command... So then it's hard to release and reinforce because I never actually gave the command in the first place! Arrgghh!

    And he's also one of those who walks into the back of my legs, too.

    Flirtt drives me nuts because (despite many tries to reinforce) she just won't pee on lead. Left over from growing up on a farm, I'd guess.

    She does not walk into the backs of my legs, though, she runs through the middle.

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    Johnny also has a paper radar. When I leave the room I come back to find shredded paper. He just loves receipts!

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    Oh my Phi never used to but recently realised how fun shredding beds and pulling out fluff is (no matter what i give her to keep her occupied) 3 beds so far and a few blankets
    Both of mine drooooollll when i am preparing their dinners its like a tap out each side of their mouths but wait the best part is when you step in the gooey drool on the floor LMAO.
    Lets not get started on drinking theb drooling it everywhere.

    On a non annoying note Phi likes being under the blankets to and I have a mink doona recently I have noticed as she walks under it to get comfy she creates lots of static electricity and i can see little bits of "lightning" hitting her
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    My dog likes to walk in front of me and then stop suddenly. So it's me that crashes into her.

    And I could do without the hurry up chomp on the ribs when we're doing agility runs.

    And she cracks up my agility instructor when we have a conversation about how to do some obstacle or whether it's worth doing at all. Eg "table up" - "rooo roo but we've done the table before already and it isn't tall enough and surely you dont mean it roo", "table up - you silly hound" "rroo rooo wooof woof" "UPPPP", same with when she gets the weave entry wrong. "Rooo, whadya mean - I went between some poles, isn't that good enough for you roooo".

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