|12-21-2013 12:57 AM|
|12-21-2013 12:26 AM|
Maybe your dog is really an alien with super-intelligence.
Maybe he can get on your computer and with a few extra-terrestial circuits was able to put together of a hallograph of the canine body which he has possessed, and then he programmed the life-like three dimensional creature to respond to your voice.
While his shape-from disintegrated in the crate, and you were dilligently persuing the means to feed and provide for the scoundrel, he is checking out the anonymous confessions on facepunch and lounging on the couch watching Dr. Phil, Judge Judy, and the Dog Whisperer, and trying to decide whether he has a good deal or not with you.
|12-21-2013 12:17 AM|
|Neko||were you in the rush and left the dog out =) ????|
|12-21-2013 12:12 AM|
|middleofnowhere||I'm going with it was a combine effort between the cat and the dog to give you a puzzle for christmas.|
|12-20-2013 11:13 PM|
This thread is funny because my MIL(we live with her) just told me that yesterday she had the garage door open and she was taking things out of her car and when she went back to her car Chrono was sitting inside with all the doors closed . Somehow he closed the door behind him when he decided to hop in.
|12-20-2013 08:26 PM|
|wyominggrandma||Wire crates can be dangerous. Have known of two different dogs that tried to get o ut of a wire crate that was closed shut, managed to get their head out and then strangled when they could push through no further nor get back.|
|12-20-2013 08:14 PM|
i pulled the top and see if it can streach it can about 2 inches or so I was using a lot of strength also when i got it to move 2 inches and made the 2 inch gap
how did she get through that without losing fur or bending it? I dont even know if my fat cat will make it through that she would have to push hard to get the 2 inch gap
its like a magic trick or something she could go on stage
|12-20-2013 07:28 PM|
But as an alternative possibility, there have been times where I've simply kicked the door closed with my foot and it managed to lock itself.
|12-20-2013 07:13 PM|
no bends no fur no nothing
Yeah fur would have come off shes shedding now but nothing? SHes got such a big body and thick i just cant see her going through something a cat would have trouble ? lol
Its almost as give the cat did it
|12-20-2013 06:53 PM|
Lmao I have a similar crate, it's easy for them to get out through ways other than the door. My dog has got out before with the latches locked. The only evidence was the gap he made from bending the wires trying to squeeze out. The wires on yours might be more flexible, so maybe there's no evidence at all.
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