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December 1st, 2017

Photographic Evidence

Posted by teri in Uncategorized    

Albeit of rather poor quality. My phone, and therefore my camera, are edging into dinosaur territory.

Yesterday morning I went from putting one dining room chair on the kitchen counter to two chairs. When I got home last night, both chairs were on the floor and poor Wallee’s bowl was, once again, empty. My camera phone focuses so mind-numbingly slowly, that Miss Thang has inevitably moved before the shutter goes. When I started taking this, she was looking at me and wagging her tail. I suffered a bit of a conflict between satisfying the Tripawd necessity for a photo and hollering at her.

Clearly, I still don’t have a workable solution and she’s becoming increasingly brazen (not to mention pleased with herself).

Happy Friday all!

Love,

Teri, the (incorrigible) Roxinator and Angel Isa

 



4 Comments »

  1. Oh boy! Is she jumping up there from the floor? If that answer is yes, I wonder if there is something you can put in her path that will deter her. Maybe something motion activated, but does your kitty use the same path? Is there another place that you can put the food? Does kitty go up, say on top of the fridge? Or something along that line? I had to put our bowls under our china cabinet, Mitch couldn’t get there. When I had Rosie I had to go up lol. Does your kitty have a place that only he can get to? There has to be a solution…
    Hugs,
    Jackie

      paws120 — December 1, 2017 @ 10:33 pm   Reply

    • yep, jumping from the floor. I have thought of the top of the frig, but there’s a counter next to it so mostly likely it will be the same result. I have thought about moving her food bowl but haven’t found a good alternative yet, or not without cutting a cat door into the solid wood door to the laundry room and I really don’t want to do that. A way will be found!!

        teri — December 1, 2017 @ 11:37 pm   Reply

  2. As usual, what probably brings you to tears of frustration with the Roxinator, brings us to tears of laughter!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 :-)OMD!!! Roxy is….is….er…..a one of a kind dog! And that’s why Isa sent her to yoi!’ She knew no one would understand this do.like you do!!

    And I love that Roxy wagged at you proud as she could be that you were filming her magnificent accomplishment!! When you think about it, this girl is really, really smart 🙂 🙂 🙂 Now, we just need to find a way for her to channel her inner genius in a more productive way! Athleticism and smarts all bundled up in a really big dog………quite a challenging scenario for you my dear Teri! Clearly Isa thinks your up for the challenge!! 🙂

    We’ll just sit back and enjoy the fun as you try and come up with ways to out smart this very smart dog…..and good luck with that!!

    Lots of love and hugs!
    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

      benny55 — December 2, 2017 @ 7:05 pm   Reply

  3. OH my goodness. she is a determined stinker isn’t she. I am sorry have no help for how to stop the counter standing.
    I hope you figure it out

    xoxoxo
    Michelle & Angel Sassy

      Michelle — December 2, 2017 @ 10:13 pm   Reply

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