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I_Am_Goldy t1_iz5oae6 wrote

You’re quite quick to judge people you have no knowledge of that love their pet enough to include it in their hobby rather than leave them home alone


rpgguy_1o1 t1_iz5uhce wrote

She just got loose from their own yard, sounds like they just live near the trails, Vancouver Island is a pretty rural area. I've had that happen, it's an awful feeling, my indoor cat managed to pop out the screen of a window and go on an adventure. He was only gone for a few hours, but still felt awful not knowing where he was.


szai t1_iz6ffm5 wrote

Yeah I'll admit I can be pretty militant on the "Don't let your animals roam outdoors unsupervised" front but sometimes accidents happen. Glad the dog was ok. And the cat too!


salledattente t1_iz72mge wrote

I live in this area and most peoples' properties abutt wilderness. Bears in your yard are a pretty common occurrence.


Noisy_Toy t1_iz763df wrote

Our dogs once got underneath a fence gate and lifted it out of its hinges, then went on an adventure. We couldn’t believe it. So crafty!


atthebeach_gsd t1_iz7fhv4 wrote

My dog pushed under the tension wire I had installed to stop him from pushing under the fence 🤦‍♀️


Diplodocus114 t1_iz790cd wrote

> Our elderley cat went missing. She had lost her "Miow". I was 16 and put notes through all the neighbours doors asking them to check sheds and garages. She came home after 3 days > 1