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Date:11/23/2014 4:27:47 AM
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Hi, Mackenzie,
Didn't think you had a doggie door since it seems like mostly smaller dogs would have it. Skinsis HS boyfriend family cat had a door. She could squiggle into it and did a couple of times when he forgot his key. Can just imagine what sorta other critters could be using it too. We see an occasional raccoon or possum and we're several miles from the hills.

Sometimes furball wants to go out, but not to pee. She likes to look out the window and if she sees something she considers suspicious has to go outside and check. Often she'll bark at noises or people or perhaps a cat that's already run off as mom'll see her sniffing everywhere and then will just want to come back in, hence the parronts feeling like doormen, heehee. If she's not let in then she continually 'knocks' on the door or jumps up in an attempt at opening the door. The screen door has the push down handle and she can get it open if she hits it just right. One time dad locked himself out and furball was inside and he encouraged her to jump up to be let out and she got the door open. Whew, saved mom from having to rush home to let him into the house (which she's had to do a couple of times).

Yes, it is part of the checks and balances of nature to have the hunters thin out the weaker, smaller members of a flock, but they certainly don't need to do it near the parronts' house and leave the mess. (Did you see the pic of the baby penguin swimming into the jaws of a shark? Not sure if it was a shark mom couldn't bear to click on the story, just saw the caption online. That's nature, but don't wanna see it.)

The last fews days weather has been so perfect. Wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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