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Rindy 
Posted: 22-Mar-2005, 08:24 PM
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QUOTE (gwenlee @ 22-Mar-2005, 06:08 PM)
I think those of us who love animals are the most sensitive of people. I believe that our pets do understand us. They love us unconditionally and give us great comfort. They help comfort the sick and they are known to help speed up recovery of the sick. I have even known them to grieve when the human they love so much is gone from them or passes away.

I think you are so right gwenlee! I think it starts when we are young. You know some kids are more mean to animals than others.. They can sure be a comfort to the elderly. My Dad swears if it weren't for his Scottie he wouldn't be here. It makes him feel like he needs to be here-he is 84. I do believe they are Gods gift.. Horses too. My sister swears her horse knows her thoughts..

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Posted: 21-Apr-2005, 10:37 AM
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I have 2 parrots, 2 budgies & a cat & I know that they all understand me.
They all get along too.
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Posted: 22-Apr-2005, 10:46 PM
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Cosmict, I am glad they all get a long!! Those parrots might hurt that cat...
I live your avatar how is that done? I am a puter dummy I have never seen one like that.

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Posted: 26-Apr-2005, 11:53 AM
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Hi Rindy1202,
Oh the graphic is a animated gif.

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Posted: 26-Apr-2005, 11:05 PM
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Its neat...

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Posted: 12-Jun-2005, 10:45 AM
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If you live with an animal, I feel you develope whatever form of communication works best between you. When Zig wants something, he comes close to me and sits and gives me a little growl, and then a bark if I ignore him. Then I have to go through my list of "wanna's" until I get to the right one then he gets up and looks to see if I follow him. My previous dog, a Corgy mix, was so smart, I could spell outside and he would go to the back door. Zig is not as smart but we manage to do alright. It hasn't been easy getting to this point, I almost got rid of him when he was just a puppy for biting me. I never had a dog bite me so hard, not even a big dog. We came to an understanding and now he's the best dog I ever had. What he may lack in intelligence, he makes up with affection and loyalty.


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Posted: 12-Jun-2005, 06:12 PM
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My dog a Schipperke, comes up and nudges me if he wants something really will do this since he has a bark collar on. He will also bring me dirty socks, buckets, and I don't know if any of your dogs do this but he eats toliet paper out of the garbage.. Guess no need to wipe LOL Terrible habit he has...and I know it is for attention...YUCKY...He also is good at stealing bottled water and ripping the lid open in seconds flat....I am talking sealed water bottles...

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QUOTE (dundee @ 15-Feb-2005, 03:33 PM)
sorry that should be sham not shame.... see other wise it dont rhyme..... rolleyes.gif


I m agree with dundee...


I have a dog and he ll never trust me, i m sure! yes.gif


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