The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
Loving all this pet talk!!
Posted By: Alice (o+)
In Response To: Dog/Wannabe Cat! (Jane Ackerman (B+))
I too have a black and white shitzu. He too is either afraid of other dogs or just ignors them as inferior, I am not sure which. He raoms free around the yard with us and when other dogs go by with their owners and are straining on their leash and barking like mad, he barly gives them a glance or may sit and stare at them as if he thinks they must be mad. We have friends that I could swear come to visit with Snuffles and only pretend to be visiting us. He too loves the neighborhood cats and longs to play with them, but I am afraid most of them do not feel the same. I have been thinking of getting him a cat of his own, only am afraid the cat will get out the doggie door and go off and get hurt. We have a litle fenced area for Snuffles to use when we are out but that would not keep a cat in. Still thinking on it though, we have had some great cats in the past.
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janet type A- -- Friday, 6 October 2000, at 1:16 p.m.
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