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Date:11/24/2014 12:19:54 AM
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My Sneaky Trick
Mommy has been trying her hardest to teach me to step up, since my previous owner never taught me the words to it, and I didn't want to be messed with before I got to know my new family so well. But I'm so smart that I've figured out how to use this to my advantage instead. Whenever Mommy sticks her hand out for me to step up, I grab her fingers with my foot and put my head down for her to give me scritches just where I want them. Hey, why step up when I can get free scritches instead? I just hope she doesn't figure this out anytime soon, or she may think of a different way to get me to step up and the free scritches will stop... She's already outsmarted me on getting me to go back in the cage when I don't want to. I'll do just about anything for that peanut, that she so sneakily sticks in the back of my cage....
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