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It looks like my dog, Monty's handiwork, but he has an airtight alibi. He was curled up by my feet all day or following me around like a shadow.
OMG! The terror! Such a horrifying scene! I'm so glad Sophie is on the scene!
Lucky for Monty, Betts.Summer, it was truly creepy to come upon.
Kind of like a reverse Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Kind of.
Creepy. Simply, creepy.
creepy!!did you watch the Westminster dog show?
Sophie would never do such a thing! Must have been one of the neighborhood cats...
Words are funny. Before I read the comments my brain was saying "creepy." I see that this word also popped into several other heads.Maybe someone in your neighborhood is redoing Night of the Living Dead with babies?
Hilarious! You do need some crime tape around the area though! I think I've seen that look on my dog! To answer your question about my cornmeal treatment on my walls - I don't think the bugs will be attracted to it since the cornmeal is encased in paint - and it doesn't have much smell or contain any sugar - let's hope for the best though!
Lisa, kinda!Janet, yep. That's what I thought.Miss T., I swear, she didn't do it.Pink, I watched bits of it while working. Glad to see a poodle do well, though I hate the show clip.JGH, or another neighborhood dog. Though I wouldn't put it past those cats to try to frame her for it.Pam, what's weird is it's outside an unoccupied home. It was just like that when we came upon it.Thistledew, crime-scene tape would be perfect. Thanks for the paint info. It's a clever treatment.
Oh my...this looks very familiar...
Jen, how is your pup?