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How am I EVER going to tell him?

post #1 of 23
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I was sorting through boxes of old paperwork today, and found Mischief's adoption papers from the shelter. I was just looking them over, checking the dates and such, and noticed...

HE'S A DOG!!!!



How can I possibly look at this face, and break the news to him that he's a D.O.G.?

post #2 of 23
I would keep it a secret between you and all of us, dont break that babies heart
post #3 of 23
I don't think he can handle such groundbreaking news!!!!! You must not tell him!!!!!!!!
post #4 of 23
lol.. he is also 20-50 lbs ...lmao...
post #5 of 23
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
lol.. he is also 20-50 lbs ...lmao...
I saw that, too
post #6 of 23
That is hilarious, don't tell him
post #7 of 23
Don't break his heart, that needs to be a secret
post #8 of 23
how could they ever make a mistake like that.... Mischef is a full blown cute kittey!!
post #9 of 23
That's a really odd mistake to make on a rabies\\shelter document; I wonder if someone has the identical papers for your cat (and theirs is the dog)???
post #10 of 23
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Originally Posted by Pami View Post
I saw that, too
So did i

Don't tell him until he's old enopugh to take it, but make sure you have all his pictures ready to prove it
post #11 of 23
Please don't tell him. He would be scarred with identity issues for the rest of his life, not knowing when to bark or when to meow. He would be confused on the proper tail etiquette - wagging vs twitching. Spanning two cultures and not in either one. Next he will be drinking too much and trying to attack the mailman because that is what dogs are supposed to do.
post #12 of 23
I'm going to play devil's advocate here and say that you must tell him. I mean, wouldn't you want to know? If you started to get the urge to doggy paddle, wouldn't you want to know why?

I know it's hard, but he'll thank you in the end (after years of therapy, that is.)
post #13 of 23
I think he need not know poor kitty catdog lol!!

Jess x
post #14 of 23
If you don't tell Mischief now, that he is a dog ...
what will you tell him when he is older and asks about his birth parents?

You might want to see a councilor and discuss your options with her....
this is a very touchy issue, you want to get it right.

Bow wow Mischief
post #15 of 23
well he kinda looks like a dog, errr, yea that it,
at least they got his color right
post #16 of 23
Darn! You found out his secret identity! He really is a Great Dane in a black cat suit.
post #17 of 23
Bless that gorgeous little dog, he will would have to practise his barking if he found out I would keep it on a need to know basis
post #18 of 23
maybe he knows and was trying to keep the secret from you??
post #19 of 23
Cat.........Dog.........Cat..........Dog....... Slight difference in interpretation really.
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by kaete View Post
I'm going to play devil's advocate here and say that you must tell him. I mean, wouldn't you want to know? If you started to get the urge to doggy paddle, wouldn't you want to know why?

I know it's hard, but he'll thank you in the end (after years of therapy, that is.)
Ahahahahaha
post #21 of 23
I wouldn't tell him first he is a D-O-G then he's over weight. Far too much for anybody to handle
post #22 of 23
Please keep it a secret, I didn't tell our Flynn either that he was a girl according to his pedigree (They did fix the mistake, even though I only discovered it 2.5 years after I got the papers )
post #23 of 23
Oh heavens, what a strange mistake! Yeah, for sure, don't tell him!
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