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  1. Screw Michael Graham :whosnext:

  2. He’s an asshat :flipa:

  3. Thank you!!!!

    My dog child died exactly a month ago and I’m still devastated. He WAS my child…the only kind of child I will ever have. So Michael Graham can kiss my booty if he thinks that’s not real momma love, because I’ve never loved anything as much in my entire life.

  4. Chase – I’m so sorry about your baby, I lost my boy Keyser several years ago and I still think about him. I had to find him on the side of the road and if you’d driver by as I was hysterically crying over my little boy you’d have thought I was a mourning mother. I’m getting sad just thinking about it. I’m so sorry for your loss, I’m sure he and Keyser are keeping each other company :heartbeat:

  5. Thanks! I imagine they’re somewhere in doggy heaven sniffing each other’s butts right now. Mine is probably annoying Keyser with “wanna play ball wanna play ball wanna play ball???” 😉

  6. Well considering Keyser was a cat so yours is probably chasing mine :willy_nilly:

  7. Hi, this is Michael Graham. I’m flattered that I could inspire your conversation and anyone who calls me an “asshat” I view as a potential pal.

    However, would you be willing to consider the possibility that these postings are actually making my point about the modern over-obsession with animals?

    Regardless, I’m glad people are talking and saying interesting things. Keep it up!

  8. If loving and caring for my 2 cats makes me obsessive I’ll gladly be obsessive but you certainly sound obsessive on your show…only occasionally of course 😉

  9. LOL wow Robin that is really cool that He stopped by….


    Um but what is an “asshat” :paperbag:

  10. Just a dumb insult :dunno:

  11. My mom is obsessive-compulsive about her dogs…..like I will ask her to come into town for the day or whatever and she won’t because she won’t leave her dogs… :tongue: you would think she would want to come spend some time with her grandson..but no, the dogs are more important…..

    I understand loving your animals, but at the same time, can’t there be a balance? I mean, not leaving dogs alone for a day? It drives me crazy :willy_nilly: Her dogs have almost 2 acres to run on, the ability to come into the mud room to escape heat/cold, wouldn’t they be ok for a few hours? I just don’t get it.

  12. You know I’ve found dog people (no offense) seem to be a little more into the whole thing. I guess they are just more responsibility. I like cats…not so much responsibility you can’t leave them alone for a couple days and don’t need constant attention.

  13. I had a cat when I was 3 or 4 that got a brain tumor and went crazy….he attacked me, I still have a small scar under my eye where he scratched me. I was petting him, then all of a sudden he freaked out and attached to my head, clawing me through my hair on under my eye. I hated cats after that….but I got another one…he got loose one day and never came home..I saw him weeks later and he had turned wild….scary looking. I hadn’t had a cat since. Always had dogs.

    I love Kody, he is such a good dog, but is high maintence and I don’t feel like we are giving him the attention he needs…..so JD and I have discussed getting rid of Kody and getting a cat….I think after Diego gets a little bigger we will have to do it. :cheesy:

  14. Yeah I was scratched by a cat too when I was younger and still have a tiny scar on my face but somehow it didn’t effect me. All my cats getting hit by cars did effect me though so I’m a little nervous about all that.

    IF you get a cat make sure to ask a lot of questions about it before you get it. Aurora was very ferral (sp) and was a little psycho when we got her. We had to get Pilot to calm her down and Pilot turns out to be super allergic for us so I wish we’d researched a little more but I’m happy with my furbabies.

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