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I wouldn't want a squirrel loose in my house. lol Come to think of it, I wouldn't want a bird in here either. It's bad enough when they get in the garage. We scare each other then. lol
Hi Wendy, Judy and Carolee. Thanks. Yes, Judy - a squirrel once in a while and once a crow. They are fearless. Carolee, nope, just dirty plastic. StripeyCat was off checking out the bird feeders at the gazebo a few yards away. I only go to the dentist once a year. I have very little tartar or plaque. I brush my teeth at least 4 times a day, left over habit from when I wore braces.
Absolutely brilliant idea, Sue! (Is that StripeyCat waiting for him behind the doggie door flap?) Have fun at the dentist -- my once every 6 month bit last week. :-P
Also the stepping stones was a clever solution for his handicap.
He is cute! Do you ever get other visitors that come through the doggy door?
Awww, he's so cute! ........Wendy
Hi Jan and Ardy. Off to the dentist, movie and lunch. I am going to TRY to take some photos of StripeyCat for tomorrow.
Sue, of course he is not spoiled. You are making reasonable accommodation for a handicap. Good solution to the problem. Thanks, Sue. I'm enjoying your Pringle photos.
I have always had a large dog (Dobie, Rottie, Shepherd) and a smaller dog (Spaniel, Doxie), but never a Chihuahua and never one that couldn't hop up a 4 or 5 inch step. But with his bad knee and twisted back legs, Pringle can't jump. So I had to take up setting stones from all over the property and reuse them here to make tiny steps of less than 2 inches for him. It took awhile of stubbing my toes to remember to walk around them. He adapted much more quickly. But again, I want to repeat, HE IS NOT SPOILED!!