The Buckets by Greg Cravens for December 06, 2019


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    Gary Fabian  4 months ago

    We had dogs while growing up. In the middle of winter we could tell how cold it was outside without looking at a thermometer, just on how fast they would do their business and return the be let back in.

    One time I let the little dog out, I had to step away to answer the phone (this was when they were still attached to the wall, with a cord). After the call, I came back to continue watching my TV show. During a lull in the noise from the TV, I barely hear a “Yip, Yip, Yip”. I forgot the dog outside for 30 minutes. Poor thing, she was nearly frozen solid (not quite, bet I let her snuggle with me to warm up until she stopped shivvering).

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    david_42  4 months ago

    I believe in a secure fence and a dog door.

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    karmakat01  4 months ago

    fresh air does feel good after all.

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    warriorwon  4 months ago

    Ours do this all the time. The one that is my avatar goes out when it’s below zero, gets covered in snow, and looks like “it’s about time we got some decent weather!” She spends the summer cinched up tight to the air conditioner. We have to empty the filter of dog hair every 4 or 5 days.

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    cuzinron47  4 months ago

    That’s easy for him to say, he’s got a fur coat.

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    dja1701  4 months ago

    My cat used to do that in the summer. He’d sit outside my bedroom window and cry until I came outside with him.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 4 months ago

    That’s sweet. He’s having such a good time that he wants you all to come out and join him.

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