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06-28-2014 02:58 AM
lauren43 Before I realized Avery had a sensitivity to venison, I fed him both venison and beef heart in the same meal...not pretty. Not pretty at all!


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06-28-2014 02:26 AM
Pax8
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Truly explosive diarrhea.


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YES. I was repackaging some back stocked meat and left a good portion of it in the sink to defrost. Got distracted and went outside. I came back in to find Kaiju had stolen THREE ENTIRE beef livers and devoured them. I was tempted to duct tape a bucket to his butt for the next couple of days!
06-28-2014 12:05 AM
lauren43 Truly explosive diarrhea.


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06-27-2014 11:30 PM
wolfy dog That is so funny. I often feel like a scavenger when I am about to pick up a freshly road killed bunny but so far was able to keep myself from doing that.
06-27-2014 09:20 PM
Castlemaid Another raw story: During hunting season I ask for the trimmings and carcasses of deer and moose from my friends and co-workers that hunt.

One of the guys at work brought in three deer carcasses for me, but I had my care in the shop that day, and he assumed that I wasn't in when he did not see my van in its usual parking spot. I work in a different building than him, so he didn't see me all day, still thinking I wasn't in. Not wanting to keep the bags of trimmings and bones in the back of his truck, he threw them in the dumpster.

Just before quitting time, I run into him, and he is shocked to see me, tells me about the three garbage bags of deer trimmings and bones he threw out.

HE THREW THEM OUT!!!

So the next day, I show up with a step stool, extra large bags, disposable gloves, and pull the bags out of the garbage! Temps were cool at this time, the bags were still pristine, and so things weren't spoiling yet.

So there ya go! I went dumpster diving at work for deer bones!
06-27-2014 07:49 PM
blackshep Ha ha! You guys are too funny!
06-27-2014 05:29 PM
Sunflowers
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Today my husband made a horrific discovery:"There is dog food in our freezer!" "Don't worry honey, it is all human grade". "Yes, but is says dog food!"
The kind of label makes it suitable or not evidently. Next I'll label it what it is: chicken, pork, etc. Then prepare it the way for who ever needs it.
But they do have their own freezer for the specific dog stuff: raw tripe, gullets etc.
Remember when Anthony made dog stew and the family ate it?

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06-27-2014 04:58 PM
Mikelia I have a frozen rabbit in the freezer for my adult boa, I think my bf is all but used to it now. Although he did ask me last night 'are you going to feed that rat to the snake tonight?' - we are having a house party tomorrow and I think he is concerned about his friends finding a thawed rat sitting beside their beer in the fridge haha. Meh - meat is meat to me.
06-27-2014 04:40 PM
wolfy dog Dog food has not been the worst he has seen in the freezer: deceased baby birds when I worked for wildlife and I had to bring them back to the center a couple of days later on my shift, dead pet mice and pet rats until I found a suitable time/spot to bury them. He is still learning that it won't kill him.
06-27-2014 04:22 PM
misslesleedavis1
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LOL, don't tell your husband that when I had a snake, I kept frozen MICE in the freezer!

Might push him over the edge.
Urgh we keep frozen large rats in our freezer for the snake lol it has been the reAson I do not snack on hot pockets anymore.


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