Friday, August 28, 2009

Oops, we ate it! Burp, belch, urp...a few doggies indescretions to confess

We was asked by our dear, little, baby doggie friend, Miss Sierra Rose, to tell all and expose to the world what we have eatin' that our momma didn't specifically give to us for dining purposes. We will go in the order of age before beauty, although momma says that both of us are the most beautiful dogs in the whole, wide world.

Scout when he was first adopted six years ago
I, Scout da 'triever, must admit that inside the house I have been known to enjoy a snack of paper napkins or nose tissue (used is the best and most tasty), as well as nummy-licious cat poopies! Oh, those cat poopies are just so delightful and enjoy-a-menting! I have also, but not often, grabbed a little lick of whatever momma is eatin' at the time if she needs to leave the room for a moment. Not wanting to be totally exposed, I only lick a little here and lick a little there leaving the bulk of momma's meal on the plate - well, maybe it looks a little different, but it is still there☺ Now, if you wanna ask me about hole diggin' that would be another and different story. I am doggy - hear me ROAR!

I, Freyja, being the youngest, and the only one of us who momma raised from a little baby, also finds great enjoyment when I can snack on a cat turd now and then. Our momma does everything she can to prevent us from nibbling on the cat-tootsie-rolls, but me, being furry large, I can use my strong paw to turn covered litter boxes around so that dining may take place much like a kitty-rocha buffet (without the sneeze guards). Momma has cat toilets behind doors, in the bathtub and under furniture, but me an' Scout, we find 'em and we do our best to snack on 'em, YUM!

Freyja, her first week at home
When I was a wee baby I would eviscerate my stuffies. First I would make them blind by pulling out their eyeballs so they couldn't see what I was doing to them. Then I'd get rid of the arms and legs so they couldn't crawl away to safety from my puppy jaws. Finally, I'd go for the belly and totally remove all of the guts flinging them willy-nilly all over the room. Boy, I sure loved to do that. But now I don't take so much of a thrill by killing my stuffies and just play with them nicely - oh...all right, I do pull off an eye every now and then just for old time's sake - some habits are so hard to break.☺

On occasion, and just because I am tall enough to do so, I have been found shopping in the kitchen sink after momma's dinner and before the dishes are washed. To my utter delight I have found some really good snacks in there that my momma overlooked as she finished her meal. However, and I don't know why, momma now remembers to scrape her perfectly good treats into the garbage disposal before she leaves the room utterly foiling my after dinner sink perusings.

Outside of the house if a new planting of momma's looks like it isn't going to make it and that it might be dying a miserable death, I will pull it out of the ground to end its misery. I am a furry com-paw-ssionate dog, you see. Sometimes when momma finds the dead bodies she tries to put them back into the dirt creating further suffering for the little, green vegetation. Not wanting to point out to momma that she is not being humane, I wait until she goes back into the house and again remove the little guy from its life support in the dirt. That usually completes the circle of life - and death - and momma gives up her efforts to continue plant sufferings in our backyard.

Well, that is about all we have to confess. We know that some doggies eat lots of things that cause their humans to scream and holler and moan and groan but so far we haven't seen that response from our momma. Oh sure, the occasional PEE-EWW when there is a cat roll dropped on the bathroom floor because we were caught in the act of making our selection from the kitty-catty toilet, but that's about the extent of her most horrible reaction, other than her shoving us away when we want to kiss and make up☺
We will now pass this reward on to:
  • "Multum In Parvo"...with a Cinnabon tail. We have a feeling that this little Pug really has some stories to tell about his midnight snackings.
  • Anna, the German Shepherd Dog, who just turned one year old. We've seen her true confessions and will bet money (or two cat turds) that she is gonna have a long, long list of trans-grrressions to tell about.
  • Ruby and Penny, two, little Dachshunds who l☺☺k like they may just be double the fun when it comes to checking out the best places to have a good time.
  • The 'splorin' Wolfies. These two are tall, fast, gorgeous, and just the right amount of fun, to think of some excellent goodies to exercise those larger-than-normal jaws!
  • Golden Boy, Luke. We don't know if Luke has ever been a bad boy. In fact, we don't think he ever has - but there just might be a little something in his past that he hasn't shared with his rescue momma!
Now, this is the rules for this award:
  1. "When accepting this award, you must blog about the food you have stolen when your humans were not watching.
  2. If you have never stolen any food, you must have been a really good pup!
  3. You can accept this yummy tray of cookies as your reward!
  4. Next add the logo of this award to your blog (optional), then nominate at least 5 other furry blogs and let them know by leaving a message on their blogs."
Most of all HAVE FUN! This is a good time to spend some quality huggin' and kissin' (unless you eat cat poop like us) with your human.


Katie and Da Katz said...

dats funny bout what u eatin...

Mom had a chihuahua who got inta da littur box alots! silly gurl!

Den hur dogs sandy liked eatin grapes!

Me ates a strawburry onse n played wif celery n ated rosiez!

Katie Too

Katie and Da Katz said...

oh and Daisy licks of listerine offa Moms arm den nips hur bout it... like hur bein Mom's Mommy or sumpin!


Mango said...

I was quite moved by your compassion towards plants they need to be you thin iced. Sometimes mom's are not brave enough and require our help to do it. Please don't be foiled if she gets mad at you, it is just her grief (my mom always expresses herself that way when I help with the gardening).


Dog By Nature said...

Thanks for sharing your dark little (and smelly!) secrets Scout & Freyja:)

YD, sometimes with Samantha & June said...

Great list of things you two ate! Freyja, you should have told your mommy that you can be the dish washer. :)
Scout, have you tried wabbit poopies? They are just as good as cat poopies! We love 'em.

Sam & June

Ruby and Penny said...

Hi Scout & Freyja
Congrats on your award and thanks for passing it to us.
We like to snack on a cat poo every so often too.
Love Ruby & Penny

Martha Basset said...

Congratulations on your Award - you did very well with the tag. We can tell you that our mum had to put her glass of wine down for fear of spilling it - strange how when humans laugh their body shakes!
Anyway so much of it reminded our mum of other great dogs before us and her dear cat of 22 years, now sadly also gone!
But it did make her laugh and it was happy times of fighting dogs for cat poo!!!
Great post.
Martha, Bailey and their mum xxx

Martha Basset said...

ps we do exactly the same with the plants and our mum keeps sticking them back again!!!

Dory and the Mama said...

Sheesh...just another good reason to have a kitty in the house!! Look at all the good treats I am missing!!!


Isis said...

you ate it huh? my goodness! i do that all the time!

Farley said...

Scout, we have so much in common! I adore kleenex and poo. It's the simple pleasures...

The OP Pack said...

Cute confessions! We don't have any kitties here so we haven't relished the delicacy of tootsie rolls, but those rabbit pellets in the yard aren't too bad:)

Tail wags, the OP Pack

GoldenSamantha said...

Boy! Now I feel like a fairly normal sort-of-good doggie heheh! I share so many of your "transgressions" and am really glad you decided to tell all! Juicy gossip, that's fur shore! I love this tag!
Hugs xo

Teddy Bear said...

Thank you for sharing your secrets with us. Does your Mama catch you in the act when you're snacking on the cat poo?

Teddy Bear

Maxx said...

Hi there! Beautiful confessions! Me enjoy occassional toilet paper destruction but never leaves a nasty after taste!! Have a great weekend!


Anonymous said...

WoOOOF!! What great tales! BOL I may have to try some of those Cat Treats you speak of... Want to send some to me? How much do you charge? BOL!


Lorenza said...

Hi, friends!
Congratulations on your award and thanks for sharing your stories with us!
Cat poo?? You make it sound like tasty!
Kisses and hugs

MAX said...

He-He-He! Ooo the things that we munch on!
Lots of licks

Sam said...

Wonderfully funny!


The Bumpass Hounds said...

You do certainly deserve the award. Nothing is as delectable kitty tootsie rolls.

The Bumpass Hounds said...

You do certainly deserve the award. Nothing is as delectable kitty tootsie rolls.

Salinger The Pug said...

WOW, thanks for the award Scout and Freyja!!! I graciously accept and will put my puggy head together with mom and dad to come up with a REALLY good post about some of my favorite yummies!

I've never tried poop, but one of my pug friends eats it "right from the tap" a soft serve machine! EWWWWWW!!!

Have a great weekend!

Pug Love,
Salinger (a.k.a. S-Dog)

Matilda said...

Hi Scout and Freyja!
Thank you for coming to my blog!
You guys are very beautiful!
Some cats visit to my yard and poop there. Actually I like sniffing them...
Have a nice weekend!
I will come again!

Bijou said...

Hi Guys,

You two have eaten some interesting things but, Eeew! I'm with your mom. I don't think the cat poopy sounds yummy at all!

Wags & wiggles,

Honey the Great Dane said...

Hi Scout & Freyja - this is a great meme coz it's so interesting going around reading what every doggie has been secretly and naughtily eating! :-) I must confess, I share your great love of kitty poo although I have a much harder time finding any to consume as my kitty sister did not have a litter tray because she much preferred to toilet outside and my humans installed her own little door for her (really! cats get everythign their own way!)...although I was still lucky sometimes when I found her secret toilet spots behind a bush or something! Now that she is no longer with us, I don't get the chance to find kitty poo anymore...but I make up for it by scrounging for sheep poo and horse poo and cow poo in the parks!! :-)

Honey the Great Dane

Tracey and Huffle said...

You puppers are so funny! I liked seeing your baby pictures too.

Huffle Mawson

Bart said...

I have never stolen any food to my humans... I prefer nose tissues (used too), socks and all kind of underwear, shoes, mainly my Mom boots :D

Great post! :D

Licks, Bart

Brownie said...

Congrats on your award! Your stories are pawsome... you make cat tootsie rolls sound like true deicacies! BOL!

Thor said...

Hi Scout and Freyja!
Thanks for sharing those secrets!


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What a well pawed khonfession!

Tank woo fur sharing!


The 'splorin' Wolfies said...

oh thank you so very mcuh for thinking of us for this great game!!! we are a bit busy right now with Groucho but we will try to get to it!! xoxoxo saige and guinness

Snowie Baby said...

hey!! thanks so much for the comment on my blog!

thank you for shariing such nice things about u all. i see some common interest. woof!

hope to see u ard!

love, snowie

LUCKY LUKE said...

Hello my friends!!! I love readin bout what you have et!

And I must say I am furry furry honored to be invited to play this fun game!

I will be workin on my post this furry weekend!

Fank you again for includin the me!

wif love from the Luke

P.S. And please pardon my tardiness in makin it by to check in on the you... When it not stormin, my the Mom has been compy hog wif the GRRH stuff!