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2013-10-17 01:31:45 AM
That turtle is out there. It  can't be bargained with. It  can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely  will not stop, ever, until that farking cat is off his lawn.
 
2013-10-17 05:05:17 AM
I have never, ever seen a turtle move that fast.
 
2013-10-17 06:28:12 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul0gfCyeiyM

7 years old, more than 6.5 million views. Stay classy Live Leak.
 
2013-10-17 07:23:48 AM
I saw turtle.
 
2013-10-17 07:27:54 AM
Think that is funny, you should see it fark a shoe
 
2013-10-17 07:38:49 AM
That cat's going to die of salmonella.
 
2013-10-17 11:31:27 AM

Massa Damnata: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul0gfCyeiyM

7 years old, more than 6.5 million views. Stay classy Live Leak.


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2013-10-17 02:20:21 PM
Had not seen it before, and it was good for some grins.  Had to call "time-out" and intervene during a confrontation between my dog and a gopher tortoise in my back yard, this past Summer.

/called the match "a draw"
 
2013-10-17 03:45:13 PM

SoupJohnB: Had not seen it before, and it was good for some grins.  Had to call "time-out" and intervene during a confrontation between my dog and a gopher tortoise in my back yard, this past Summer.

/called the match "a draw"


We are having that same kinda battle right now - although ours pretty much consist of the dog going apeshiat while the gopher tortoise gets in his shell, occasionally hisses, beats feet to his hole, then the dog stands over the hole like a statue, thinking the turtle is coming back out to play with a ball or something.

My dog is officially turtle obsessed.  Just saving for the eventual vet bill when the turtle takes a hunk out of the dog's nose when he sticks his head down there at the wrong time.
 
2013-10-17 04:16:41 PM
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2013-10-17 04:18:21 PM

BeatrixK: SoupJohnB: Had not seen it before, and it was good for some grins.  Had to call "time-out" and intervene during a confrontation between my dog and a gopher tortoise in my back yard, this past Summer.

/called the match "a draw"

We are having that same kinda battle right now - although ours pretty much consist of the dog going apeshiat while the gopher tortoise gets in his shell, occasionally hisses, beats feet to his hole, then the dog stands over the hole like a statue, thinking the turtle is coming back out to play with a ball or something.

My dog is officially turtle obsessed.  Just saving for the eventual vet bill when the turtle takes a hunk out of the dog's nose when he sticks his head down there at the wrong time.


Your dog probably has more sense than to do that and risk injury, after encounters with something that's pretty much inedible "unshelled," and a lot more trouble than just going back to the kitchen for a meal.  In my case, I grabbed my gardening gloves and caught the tortoise, then set it across another fence line to find fame and fortune, elsewhere.

It set out in another direction pronto, since it didn't like all the yapping and barking, either. Probably a lot more peaceful place over in the neighbor's flower beds, or wherever he (or she) may have gone, next.
 
2013-10-17 04:24:39 PM

I Like Bread: I have never, ever seen a turtle move that fast.


Me, neither and didn't know they could.
 
2013-10-17 08:01:45 PM

SoupJohnB: BeatrixK: SoupJohnB: Had not seen it before, and it was good for some grins.  Had to call "time-out" and intervene during a confrontation between my dog and a gopher tortoise in my back yard, this past Summer.

/called the match "a draw"

We are having that same kinda battle right now - although ours pretty much consist of the dog going apeshiat while the gopher tortoise gets in his shell, occasionally hisses, beats feet to his hole, then the dog stands over the hole like a statue, thinking the turtle is coming back out to play with a ball or something.

My dog is officially turtle obsessed.  Just saving for the eventual vet bill when the turtle takes a hunk out of the dog's nose when he sticks his head down there at the wrong time.

Your dog probably has more sense than to do that and risk injury, after encounters with something that's pretty much inedible "unshelled," and a lot more trouble than just going back to the kitchen for a meal.  In my case, I grabbed my gardening gloves and caught the tortoise, then set it across another fence line to find fame and fortune, elsewhere.

It set out in another direction pronto, since it didn't like all the yapping and barking, either. Probably a lot more peaceful place over in the neighbor's flower beds, or wherever he (or she) may have gone, next.


You're giving the dog far more credit than he deserves.  He's loveable, but pretty stupid.
 
2013-10-18 05:44:20 AM
He/she is a bit of an asshole really
 
2013-10-18 08:32:55 AM
HOLA GATO
 
2013-10-18 12:13:58 PM
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