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Re: odd eats for pets!!!!

LOL   Hey, my experience tells me never to assume  anything......AND  from 
what I've heard from this group, and the puppy  eating the knife, one never 
knows.  LOL Plus, I wasn't aware of Zem having  any dogs, I just knew about the 
cats.  Definitely experienced the tipped  over watering can many 
times.....recently lost a nice vase, same scenario.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 9/26/2005 9:31:06 AM Central Standard Time,  ga
rdenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreeeeeeeeeeeen........with your experience with pets, surely you  realize
no self-respecting cat would CHEW on a watering can!  Tip it  over for the
water maybe

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