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Jamie was such a good boy today!

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We went out for our daily walk in the backyard today, and Jamie unfortunately saw/smelled a cat on the other side of our privacy fence, and slipped under it, harness and all, before I could stop him. The other cat ran off, and I was having a fit wondering whether I should try to undo the leash, climb over the 7-foot fence, or take the time to get into my neighbor's yard through her house or garage.

I got down on my knees and tried to coax Jamie to slip back under the fence. He hissed at me, but then he did! That was such a relief!
post #2 of 7
Jamie...

You are going to give your Mommy grey hair.

You were a good boy for coming back under the fence but please...
don't do that again sweetie pie.
post #3 of 7
Bravo! Even if he did feel a need to swear at you first.
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Bravo! Even if he did feel a need to swear at you first.
Good boy for listening to your meowmy!
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Bravo! Even if he did feel a need to swear at you first.
Oh thank goodness I wasn't drinking anything when I read that!

Tricia - thank goodness he was cooperative about it! *phew*



Laurie
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Bravo! Even if he did feel a need to swear at you first.
Too funny!!



Good boy Jamie! Please don't give mom scares like that!
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Good boy Jamie!
My cats have done that too, and it's frustrating to be stuck there wondering how to get them back. I have actually resorted to dragging Wiggies to within arm's reach before, but he wasn't at all happy about it.
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