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madmouth commented on the word the thrill of the inedible
I've only seen well-fed cats do this, out of what seems to be sheer transgressiveness, decadence even.
July 13, 2009
dontcry commented on the word the thrill of the inedible
That was about 8 years ago, so I think the worst is over. Foutunately, Founder (we 'found her') quickly lost her taste for the inedible when she was given a reliable meal twice a day.
chained_bear commented on the word the thrill of the inedible
Geez, dc, I really hope your dog was okay after that! *fearful of doggy bowel blockages*
July 12, 2009
WOW. did anyone happen to photograph the horkings?
that Boris has more than a touch of Caligula about him
sionnach commented on the word the thrill of the inedible
That's hilarious, dc!
When we first got her, my dog ate a Barbie and a ball point pen in one sitting. We found her at a dumpster, so naturally she was dismayed at our horror when she horked up a teeny, tiny, perfectly manicured hand and a little spring.
Ah yes, that look of diabolical satisfaction:
July 11, 2009
I've seen a lot of cats eat scraps of foil, wood, paper, etc. from the floor with a look of diabolical satisfaction.
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