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My mother-in-law has a half-wolf that’s basically all wolf. He’s not a safe animal to have around other animals or small children. He even knocked her down a set of stairs, leaving her in need of major surgery. She still kept him, even when everyone around her pleaded for her to give him up, because of his disregard to any training.
Uh oh! Someone’s putting his foot way down his own throat. There are going to be consequences.
I couldn’t go to sleep with my teenager out on the town. I’d wait up, watching TV or something. Who knows, they might call needing a pick-up or other help.
This was my son’s major complaint about school.
The cat didn’t have time to start eating it, so mom just removed the places where the cat’s mouth made contact and the skin. Boiling for many hours would kill any residual germs. We all ate the soup, with no ill effect. :D
My old cat stole the whole turkey one Thanksgiving (it was in the roasting pan, waiting to go into the oven.) Why my mom hadn’t put it into the oven immediately, I’ll never know. Anyway, the cat dragged it underneath my parents’ bed (nearest room to the kitchen) and defended his “kill” ferociously. Dad got badly scratched and bitten, getting it away from him. It ended up being skinned and cut up for soup/stew. The cat also got punished with a bucket of water over him (outside). It was the most memorable Thanksgiving of my childhood. :D
I guess he’s too dignified for that. :D
OMG LOL :D
Pilsner is just too adorable! :D
I guess the “intermittent fasting diet” would be a no-go. :P