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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2010, 07:10:15 am »
I have a parakeet that when she was little, would dunk her head in the water repeatedly and pop up with a mohawk. XD

Right now she's with two male parakeets and she's really uppity/mean, not letting them on the swing if she wants it, etc. I guess the two males got fed up and now they're gay lovers. One of them is always asking the other for affection and if he doesn't get it, he'll start humping an upwards edge of a perch. It's the oddest thing I've ever seen a bird do.


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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2010, 08:09:32 pm »
 :cat:  Just the other day, I came out to my car and 2 bluebirds were perched on the outside driver's mirror pecking away at the mirror trying (I assume) to get to the other "bird in the mirror."  When they saw me coming, one flew away, but the other tried dive-bombing me!

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2010, 07:21:03 am »
I love the story about the skunk with the cats; I think that's so cute.

One time when I lived in Connecticut I had a black lab who was usually not at all friendly with other dogs, and for most of the summer we kept her in a big cage in our yard. One day we came home and went to let her out to play and as usual she was standing at the door of the cage wagging her tail, but she had a little bitty chihuahua sitting next to her in the cage wagging it's tail at us, too! We don't know where it squeezed in, but it was just sitting there with our dog and she clearly hadn't done anything to harm it.

Have you guys seen the video of the dog playing with the little deer? At the end of the video you can see two cats on the porch watching them.
Oops, I forgot we weren't supposed to post links. You can find it if you google One Ball: Dog vs. Deer.
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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #18 on: July 15, 2010, 09:22:35 am »
:cat:  Just the other day, I came out to my car and 2 bluebirds were perched on the outside driver's mirror pecking away at the mirror trying (I assume) to get to the other "bird in the mirror."  When they saw me coming, one flew away, but the other tried dive-bombing me!
I've seen that a lot. I once had a cardinal break my mirror on my car trying to get to the bird in the mirror!

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #19 on: July 15, 2010, 11:47:39 am »
the most precious animal i ever owned was a cat named powder. he was my baby through and through. he was three legged and fat as garfield. he actually used the potty lol. he didn't know how to flush but he tinkled in the toilet and i never taught him that! he always liked following me to the bathroom though so i think he just figured, hey this is what your supposed to do and just started doing it one day!

he passed away a few years ago and i miss him so much  :'(


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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #20 on: July 15, 2010, 11:56:03 am »
the most precious animal i ever owned was a cat named powder. he was my baby through and through. he was three legged and fat as garfield. he actually used the potty lol. he didn't know how to flush but he tinkled in the toilet and i never taught him that! he always liked following me to the bathroom though so i think he just figured, hey this is what your supposed to do and just started doing it one day!

he passed away a few years ago and i miss him so much  :'(



i know how you feel cause i had a *bleep* name tee..he was a thorough bred horse and was so gentle w/ everyone..i had him since i was 2 yrs old and he was the best...i could do anything i want and he would not harm me any way...heck i could lay downw/ him in his stall...he always follwed me into my own house...the hardest thing was that he was getting really old and my parents sold cause they couldnt afford to feed him any more so we sold him...i heard he passed away bout 5 yrs ago..i really do wish i can find another one just like him..

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #21 on: July 15, 2010, 03:56:22 pm »
I had a shelton pony that we called Pom Pom dark brown with white mane and tail.  He was a little bad but let me tell ya.  One day at the barn someone put down there coke a cola and ciggeretts so he decided he wanted them and ate the cigs and drank the coke we looked and he had the coke bottle turned up and was drinking it just like we would.  First time I ever saw him do that .
That same day we were going ridding and he decided he wanted to go even though no one was ridding him and he somehow went threw the walk that makes a  U  and followed us.  We didn't know he was back there until he was standing beside me at McDonalds we stopped there to get a hamburger and he took my hamburger out of my hand and ate it.  He was a glutton would eat and drink anything people learned the hard way at the barn when he wasn't in the big field.   :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :wave: :peace:

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #22 on: July 15, 2010, 04:54:53 pm »
my dog pees while standing on its front legs.

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #23 on: July 15, 2010, 05:03:45 pm »
my dog pees while standing on its front legs.
just it's front legs??? how the heck does that work? lol


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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #24 on: July 16, 2010, 06:26:54 am »
years ago i was driving out in the country and i saw all the cows standing and looking across the road. so i looked across the road to see a bull standing and looking at the cows

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #25 on: July 16, 2010, 06:35:55 am »
There was a farm right behind my ex's house.  The cows would stand at the fence eating and if you sang to them, they would all start swaying.  It was cute.

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #26 on: July 16, 2010, 07:32:19 am »
my dog pees while standing on its front legs.
My boyfriend had a dog that did that! xD

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #27 on: July 16, 2010, 07:40:25 am »
My cat Sammy loves to play fetch. He will literally drop the ball in your lap for you to throw and he brings it right back.  My other cat Oliver loves the rain.  He will stand out in it and get soaking wet.  Crazy cat!

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #28 on: July 17, 2010, 11:19:06 am »
Animals are odd, mine talks to all the ones in the neighborhood, I have a cat, he talks to bunnies, dogs, other cats, think I seen him talken to a chipmunk the other day, but most of all think he is threatening the birds, or something like that.

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Re: Unusual animal behavior
« Reply #29 on: July 18, 2010, 05:20:15 pm »
I have a funny story about my sisters cat. Sassy was the runt of the little but she was as smart as smart can be. We were always looking for pens or pencils that we left on the tables or counters but couldnt figure out where they went. one evening when the rest of my family were away for the weekend, i was sitting down watching tv and i could hear click click click down the hallway to my left... as i turn and look i see Sassy walking on her hind legs and clutched in her front paws (kind of like in a prayer mode) was a pen i had lost earlier) and then she sat down and leaned forward a bit and tapped  the pen a bit to push it up in her paws. ha ha when she looked up at me she stayed sitting on her hind legs with the pen in her paws and she had this Oh No they found me out look on her face! ha i wish i had a camera! but since that night we caught her doing the same thing on several occasions of walking on her hind legs carring a pen or pencil between her paws

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