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Gaudaost

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I get into bed late and my partner Kat is fast asleep. I quietly ask if she could go more on her side (she’s currently in the middle of the bed, leaving me with very little space).

Her response (while practically still asleep)

“No, I’m leaving that space for if muzz comes in so he has room”

Puzzled and taken aback I didn’t quite know how to respond!

Squished on the edge I then proceed to get a leg thrown over me restricting me further and giving me even less space.

Mean while here is Muzz, loving life (can’t blame him when he’s this spoilt!) on the sofa in the other room, I took this picture a minute before getting into bed..

Of course, If he so wishes, he can always come in the bed and take up the space that’s technically mine should the sofa not suffice.

Talk about favouritism!

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TonyK

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A woman walks in the the Vet with her dog.
Vet
What brings you here today.
Woman
I had just gotten out of the shower and I bent over to pick up my towel. The dog started to hump me.
Vet
Okay I think we can solve that by neutering him.
Woman
I think you misunderstood. I really just want you to trim his nails and do something about his bad breath.

I know it is way off topic but the discussion reminded me of the joke.
 
J.W Younger

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I'm a dog guy, and my wife is a cat weirdo. We made an agreement when we moved in together. The dogs and cats arw never allowed into the bedroom. No exceptions, no excuses. I do miss my dog sleeping at the foot of the bed, but it keeps the peace.
Yeah you can't keep a cat off the bed...or the curtains or pretty much anything.
I let mine stay inside while he was little but he's now an outside cat.
He will be a year old in Apr.
 
ChoppyChoppy

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Here's the best (or worst) of both...

A catdog... aka a vizsla.

He's climbed up several things and gotten "stuck". Sometimes I have to wonder how he even got up there.

Insists on burrowing under the blankets, even if it's 80*. Been more than a few times I've woken up in a pool of sweat with a dog glued to my back or side.
 

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stihl86

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He's definitely laughing at you. But, he's only a little tyrant. A quick swipe, and he's on the floor without you mate ever knowing it.
You're at war. You must establish exactly who the alpha dog is.
It'll sink in. There's no such thing as a dumb dog.
 
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