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meow_mix450 01-30-04 01:44 AM

The "weirdest" thing that your reptile/aniamal has done...
 
Hey guys,

Whats the weirdest thing your pet has ever done?!?!?

Meow

KingFfaj 01-30-04 05:49 AM

my king snake tried to eat himself once, that was pretty weird
it was either that or suicide:confused:

sapphire_moon 01-30-04 07:08 AM

my little chihuahua/rat terrier mix will continusly lick the inside of my other dogs eat (the dashhound/lhaso apso mix), and if we let her she would do it for hours.....lol

And if you point at my cat and say "you" in a stern voice she will kind of lower her head, squint her eyes and meow.

it's not really weird, but I had a pet duck that imprinted on me.
And he would follow me absolutely everywhere.
If I went somewhere, like up the stairs and he couldn't get to me, he would sit down there pacing back and forth the length of the stairs quacking hystericly until I came and picked him up.......

Then (because we are in city limits) we had to take him somewhere, to a place that had a fenced in pond and duck houses (dog houses). When I put him down in there and walked away it was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do, he ran for me and stuck his little head out the fence and started "crying" for me..........:( it still makes me cry to think about it....:( :(

daver676 01-30-04 08:31 AM

The snake doesn't really do anything wierd, but my fiance's cat does. If you rub her on the right spot on her back, she will start licking her front legs. The cats legs, not my fiance's. ......I thought it was funny.

AshleyL 01-30-04 09:05 AM

my dog is the WIERDEST animal of all time. She howls when she goes down stairs (she's suspicious of them i think) and she has collected a 'family' of stuffed animals. she carries them everywhere and brings at least one with her everywhere she goes. She even brinngs her 'babies' to her water/ food dishes and scratches them with her teeth when they are 'itchy'...lol...her favourite is a stuffed pig. she wanders around howling with her babies in her mough too...weirdo. :)

reptiguy123 01-30-04 10:10 AM

Who is "them"?

Soul_Reaper 01-30-04 11:04 AM

My cat cracks me up all the time. Once she was walking along the top of the staircase rails on the main floor of my old house and slipped, she fell all the way down to the basement...i thought she had killed herself but seconds after she comes upstairs, lays down on the sofa and falls asleep...i mean, damn! She felt off a pretty big height and went to sleep right after. I would've broken both my legs and arms.

She has also gotten stuck INSIDE one of my reclinable couches, i don't know how the hell she found her way inside the back of the couch but she did, it was quite funny because after noticing her absence i started looking for her, i only found her because the back of my couch had a big lump...LOL! And it "meowed" when i touched it...it was quite a cute scene.

Pets are great.

marisa 01-30-04 12:58 PM

The weirdest thing was my Mexican Black Kingsnake trying to eat himself.

I walked into the room late one night and he saw me comign in and started striking at the cage with fury. I bent over to grab a cloth that is supposed to be on his cage to prevent this...and he got so excited at the movement he bit into his own tail and started swallowing it...yet while he was doing this I guess he thought something had a pieice of HIM and he was going in circles like CRAZY....I started getting a little freaked out as he had a couple inches of tail in his mouth and that crazed circling wasn't stopping....just as I grab a hook and the cage lid he was able to let go and relax...LOL.

We always keep a cloth over him now. He is just too self aggresive! LOL

Marisa

snakehunter 01-30-04 01:21 PM

my cays go absolutley insane for the stupidest reasons, theyll freak out over scissors, and things they didnt see when walking, and then notice them while standing over them and just jump in the air like 4 ft. they are crazy.

Farkus my BP used to climb the glass in her aquarium and fall ALL thetime, in the middle of the night i would hear a bump ever two minutes, but shestopped now, shes too fat.

drewlowe 01-30-04 01:51 PM

It's not that wierd but i find it funny and can sit and do it forever. for some reason it makes me chuckle.

A few of my leos do this Lucky, Speedball, and Domino. When i have them out and their all nice and cozy i will start "rubbing" (petting whichever word you want to put there) them i'll slowly make my way to thier head (i don't want to startle them to fast) I will start to rub the side of their mouths and they do this VERY slow open mouth i'm gonna bite you, but i can't quite reach thing. Kinda like if you tried biting your ear right now. Go on try it, it's fun.(lol) It's quite hillarious to me.

Other than that the cat upstairs is COMPLETLY in control of the WHOLE entire house, even by boyfriend that hates most mammals. If you don't do exaclty what the cat wants he will give you an earfull!!! If he's standing at the gate leading in to the kitchen he will give one polite meow, but if you don't answer his call the first time, boy you'll never hear the end of it. And forget about water in the bowl, he has to have the bathroom sink water. He will stand in front of the bathroom door and "yell" until someone opens the door and turns on the sink, and your damned if you try to help him out. Btw the cat is somewhere around 13-14 years old.

daver676 01-30-04 03:08 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by marisa
I walked into the room late one night and he saw me comign in and started striking at the cage with fury. I bent over to grab a cloth that is supposed to be on his cage to prevent this...and he got so excited at the movement he bit into his own tail and started swallowing it...yet while he was doing this I guess he thought something had a pieice of HIM and he was going in circles like CRAZY....I started getting a little freaked out as he had a couple inches of tail in his mouth and that crazed circling wasn't stopping....just as I grab a hook and the cage lid he was able to let go and relax...LOL.

We always keep a cloth over him now. He is just too self aggresive! LOL

Marisa

That is weird, but funny too. The image in my head is hilarious, like a snake tire going round and round.

retic 01-30-04 05:03 PM

i had a 4ft albino kingsnake get out of his enclosure, get out of a locked room, slither down 2 flights of stairs, open front door get outside and found a month later eating rats out of the breeding racks in my garage, a seperate building 20ft from my house

Cruciform 01-30-04 09:17 PM

My kitten just stole a bar of soap from the bathtub and was eating it as fast as she could when I caught her.

She spent about 5 minutes afterwards licking her lips. I'm really dreading what it's going to do to the litterbox later.

meow_mix450 01-30-04 09:19 PM

LMAO!!!!!!! ha ha these are the funniest and weirdest storys theres gotta be more!!!!!!

Meow

~Suntiger~ 01-30-04 09:40 PM

When I first got my dogs, they hadn't quite gotten the hang of being well behaved indoor dogs (they'd only lived in a kennel before.) Stupidly, I trusted them on their own and went out for a few hours.
When I returned, it looked like a tornado had ripped through the appartment. All the cans from the recycling were pulled out of the cupboard and chewed up, and the garbage was thoroughly spread across the floor. There was an empty bag of potatoes (that HAD been full) and my female was frothing at the mouth. Then I realized that the male was nowhere to be seen. When I called him there was a series of thumps, then he came thundering out of the cupboard!!! He's been in there with the doors closed!! Not only that, but he was frothing at the mouth too...turns out they'd gotten into the laundry soap!!!


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