I would shovel the poop back into the middle of the street. If I complain about dog poop in my yard (I don’t have a dog by the way) nothing is done but when the joggers (of which there are many in this neighborhood) get pi$$ed about stepping in dog poop, owners start to pick up after their dogs. If anyone says anything to me, I just say “I don’t have a dog, how can there be dog poop in my yard? Certainly, none of the dog owners are that sleazy as to leave poop in someone else’s yard?” The neighbors on either side of me have started to do the same thing.
Mohair is from the hair of the Angora goat. I knew some yarn came from the goats.
Get rid of her Gunther. Jealousy is a poison born of a lack of trust. Without trust, there isno relationship. Run!
I actually find Comic Sans easier to read than most other fonts.
And rabbits it is! Thanks, I learned something today.
I thought the yarn was spun from the wool of the goats in Angora. Now I have to look this up because rabbits also make sense. One way to get an education!
I walk and carry a juggling pin with me. The weight distribution of the pin makes it easy for me to swing in case of an emergency. Dogs can smell fear and will react to it. I have a healthy respect for dogs but do not fear them. By acting as the dominant dog, most will back away from you. Dogs can run faster than me so I stand my ground and will “woof” menacingly at them. To date, I have never been bitten or chased and I think even their owners are afraid of me now. I grew up with German Shepherds and Great Danes so I guess big dogs don’t intimidate me and I consider the small yappers nuisances that are actually more likely to attack.
That is what those tanks have been referred to in every neighborhood I have lived in (PA, CO, KY, CT, FL, & TN). Very few men can pull off that look, their body really has to be chiseled and all white is never a good look.
Always trust your cat’s (or dog’s) instinct regarding the people you socialize with and if the pet doesn’t like them, there is probably a good reason. Back in my single days, I learned if my cat, Micki, didn’t like someone there was a good reason so I started telling guys when they asked me out that I could only go out with them if my cat approved (gets rid of 99% of the suitors!). My husband was the only person besides me that Micki would sit on the lap and she jumped on his lap the very first time she saw him as if to say “Okay Mommy, this one would be a good Daddy.” and he is a great kitty-daddy.
After she eats, my Hemi (now 16) will go over to a straw broom and chew on it . She will run it through her teeth like she is flossing. She goes to the vet for check-ups twice a year (because of her age now) and so far they have never thought she needed her teeth cleaned. All my other cats have had to have their teeth cleaned at some point but not her. She also loves to lick soap on the bathroom sink while getting brushed but only a non-cosmetic soap. I have a bar of Neutrogena soap on a dish just for her. She has never had a hairball either even though she is a long-hair (Maine Coon). The vet doesn’t know shy she licks soap but it doesn’t seem to harm her.