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(Fox 31 Denver)   Cunning dog sneaks into TV interview, steals empanada from grill without anyone noticing   ( kdvr.com) divider line
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2017-09-13 07:36:38 AM  
Dog has some mad skills at slight of maw.
 
2017-09-13 07:39:05 AM  
Holy shiat!  Have they found Empanada yet?  Wasn't he the Hispanic guy from CHiPS?  Yeah, that's him, Eric Empanada.  I hope he's OK.
 
2017-09-13 07:56:59 AM  
Steak empanada?
 
2017-09-13 07:58:06 AM  
Go ahead and laugh.  First it's empanadas... later, it will be arson...
 
2017-09-13 08:03:21 AM  
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2017-09-13 08:03:30 AM  

TommyDeuce: Dog has some mad skills at slight of maw.


This.

My dog would have broken a tooth.
 
2017-09-13 08:52:46 AM  
Again? That dog gets around.
 
2017-09-13 08:53:44 AM  
Repeat from 9/11 Main.
 
2017-09-13 08:54:19 AM  
He is very very sneaky.
 
2017-09-13 08:55:03 AM  
Was that article just a list of tweets about another tweet?  Seriously?

The video is great, and the dog deserves a high paw, but the article is another mile marker along the path of the decline of journalism.
 
2017-09-13 08:58:44 AM  
Who's a good boy?  That's right!  YOU'RE A GOOD BOY YES YOU ARE!!  SUCH A GOOOD BOY!!!
 
2017-09-13 09:01:34 AM  
Dog nicking food?  Kommisar Rex is on the case.

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2017-09-13 09:03:13 AM  
During one of our camping trips when I was a kid, my dad was so into telling whatever story he was repeating for the 30th time that our Labrador stole a ginger snap out of his hand without him noticing. My sister and I were directly across from him, waiting for the inevitable ("is he going to do it? holy hell, he did it!"), trying hard not to give it away or laugh our asses off when the dog managed to do it. When my dad lifted his hand to eat the now-disappeared cookie and paused wondering where it went, that's when we let loose.
 
2017-09-13 09:04:58 AM  
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The hero we need.
 
2017-09-13 09:06:36 AM  
That made me smile.

My old dog would never have been that smooth.  My new dog is this kind of ninja.
 
2017-09-13 09:07:56 AM  
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2017-09-13 09:25:12 AM  
Pizza delivery dog is here to help.

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2017-09-13 09:31:05 AM  

BretMavrik: During one of our camping trips when I was a kid, my dad was so into telling whatever story he was repeating for the 30th time that our Labrador stole a ginger snap out of his hand without him noticing. My sister and I were directly across from him, waiting for the inevitable ("is he going to do it? holy hell, he did it!"), trying hard not to give it away or laugh our asses off when the dog managed to do it. When my dad lifted his hand to eat the now-disappeared cookie and paused wondering where it went, that's when we let loose.


Our cat once yoinked bacon right out of my husband's bacon sandwich, as he lifted it to his mouth.

He is bloody quick, and deft.

Anyway, it was at that point that we realised we'd created a monster, and put a new, strict 'no feeding the cat human food' regime in place.
 
2017-09-13 09:32:47 AM  
I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.
 
2017-09-13 09:33:02 AM  
 
2017-09-13 09:42:05 AM  
I have been thinking lately that I should try to make empanadas. I've never tried before. Think it would be good.
 
2017-09-13 09:44:37 AM  

OlderGuy: Repeat from 9/11 Main.


Never Forget.
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2017-09-13 09:46:51 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.


That story just makes me want a stromboli...
 
2017-09-13 09:48:37 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.


When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.
 
2017-09-13 09:53:15 AM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.


D'awwww!

If you give her somethnig warm to eat does she shake it to break its neck? We were giving our cat whitebait the other day and he was 'killing' each one.
 
2017-09-13 09:55:47 AM  

andrewagill: Was that article just a list of tweets about another tweet?  Seriously?

The video is great, and the dog deserves a high paw, but the article is another mile marker along the path of the decline of journalism.


And what did you pay to read the article?
 
2017-09-13 10:02:06 AM  
How cunning?
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2017-09-13 10:04:46 AM  
We had a chocolate lab that stole an entire uncooked pizza off the counter while my wife was distracted with our twin boys outside.

I mentally picture something like Jaws....
 
2017-09-13 10:20:30 AM  

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ha....oldy but goody
 
2017-09-13 10:21:46 AM  

Lady J: Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.

D'awwww!

If you give her somethnig warm to eat does she shake it to break its neck?


Not quite, but she did 'growl' while eating.  Sort of a cross between a purr and contented grrrr.  Like lions do.  All approximately four pounds of her.  :)  And she wasn't guarding, you could take her food away any time and she wasn't anxious, just pissed because you interrupted her!


We were giving our cat whitebait the other day and he was 'killing' each one.

This is awesome!!
 
2017-09-13 10:22:48 AM  
Yoink!
 
2017-09-13 10:28:35 AM  
My dog ate all but 1 slice of a large pizza in the time it took me to answer the doorbell and come back. She also swallowed 2 boneless chicken breasts when I was getting BBQ sauce out of the fridge. She's a 90 lb. Rottie and beagle mix.
 
2017-09-13 10:36:09 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.


Ass stromboli?  Soooo jealous.

My local joint only does chicken or pepperoni.
 
2017-09-13 10:38:10 AM  

Lady J: Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.

D'awwww!

If you give her somethnig warm to eat does she shake it to break its neck? We were giving our cat whitebait the other day and he was 'killing' each one.


The cat I had years ago would do that with anything you gave her other than plain dry cat food in a bowl. If it came from your hand or she found it on the floor, it needed to be murdered before she could eat it. I once gave her a third or so of a hot dog and she bit it and then held it on the ground with her teeth and one paw like she was suffocating it.
 
2017-09-13 10:39:16 AM  

brap: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

Ass stromboli?  Soooo jealous.

My local joint only does chicken or pepperoni.


There used to be more ass stromboli places, but all of the health department regulations rectum.
 
2017-09-13 10:45:29 AM  

Captain James T. Smirk: Lady J: Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.

D'awwww!

If you give her somethnig warm to eat does she shake it to break its neck? We were giving our cat whitebait the other day and he was 'killing' each one.

The cat I had years ago would do that with anything you gave her other than plain dry cat food in a bowl. If it came from your hand or she found it on the floor, it needed to be murdered before she could eat it. I once gave her a third or so of a hot dog and she bit it and then held it on the ground with her teeth and one paw like she was suffocating it.


awww I want a murder Kitty now.....I bought mine these edible string treats (the idea being they could chase them like strong, but they are made of jerky so she could consume them after she "caught them)  she just sniffed it indifferently and refused to even bat at it
 
2017-09-13 10:47:54 AM  

Magorn: Captain James T. Smirk: Lady J: Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.

D'awwww!

If you give her somethnig warm to eat does she shake it to break its neck? We were giving our cat whitebait the other day and he was 'killing' each one.

The cat I had years ago would do that with anything you gave her other than plain dry cat food in a bowl. If it came from your hand or she found it on the floor, it needed to be murdered before she could eat it. I once gave her a third or so of a hot dog and she bit it and then held it on the ground with her teeth and one paw like she was suffocating it.

awww I want a murder Kitty now.....I bought mine these edible string treats (the idea being they could chase them like strong, but they are made of jerky so she could consume them after she "caught them)  she just sniffed it indifferently and refused to even bat at it


I'm pretty sure that means she's already decided to eat you while you're asleep.
 
2017-09-13 10:48:00 AM  
One of my sisters had a mystery with food disappearing from the fridge.  Long story short, her springer spaniel figured out how to open the refrigerator and swipe entire chickens and a roast.  They had to push their super heavy dining room table up against the fridge when they left the house so the dog didn't clean it out.
 
2017-09-13 10:52:09 AM  
When I lived in San Diego we loved driving down to  Empanada for the weekend
 
2017-09-13 10:52:49 AM  

Melvin Lovecraft: One of my sisters had a mystery with food disappearing from the fridge.  Long story short, her springer spaniel figured out how to open the refrigerator and swipe entire chickens and a roast.  They had to push their super heavy dining room table up against the fridge when they left the house so the dog didn't clean it out.


We had a 19 yo son that did that same thing.  Fortunately he moved to Anaheim.  It's nice to be able to leave the table in the corner now.
 
2017-09-13 10:56:32 AM  
I lived in a neighborhood in which it was rumored that a dog had learned locate and steal food from charcoal grills by knocking them over.  I do believe I met said dog when a mutt I never saw before ran into the yard and turned around, seeing me squatting next to my too stable to tip over Son of Hibachi.
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2017-09-13 11:04:17 AM  
There was once a cat, Socks, who hung around our house. One day our 10 yo daughter was cleaning out her fish tank. She had a bunch of minnows that she had caught from the nearby creek and she put them in a big glass of water on the porch while she hosed out the main tank.

She turned around to find Socks calmly "sipping" fish out of the glass one by one, with a "how kind of you to offer refreshment" look on his face. She squirted the hose at him and ran inside, "MOM! Socks ate my fish!"

We ended up taking Socks in and giving him a peaceful and safe rest of his life when my husband noticed one day that he was having trouble jumping up onto the fence. Despite the fish-eating and the fact that he'd lived so long as an outdoor cat, he was the finest, most well-behaved cat we ever knew. We cried buckets when he died and he is buried in our yard with a headstone, right where he always loved to sun himself.
 
2017-09-13 11:08:14 AM  

cwheelie: When I lived in San Diego we loved driving down to  Empanada for the weekend


I caught something weird in Empanada
I've a brother of sorts in Torquemada
 
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2017-09-13 11:08:36 AM  
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2017-09-13 11:09:36 AM  
Looks like that dog has a sinus infection that needs to be addressed.
 
2017-09-13 11:17:11 AM  

Magorn


I caught something weird in Empanada
I've a brother of sorts in Torquemada


Thanks, Andrew.


Explody Street
 
2017-09-13 11:36:05 AM  

silvervial: There was once a cat, Socks, who hung around our house. One day our 10 yo daughter was cleaning out her fish tank. She had a bunch of minnows that she had caught from the nearby creek and she put them in a big glass of water on the porch while she hosed out the main tank.

She turned around to find Socks calmly "sipping" fish out of the glass one by one, with a "how kind of you to offer refreshment" look on his face. She squirted the hose at him and ran inside, "MOM! Socks ate my fish!"

We ended up taking Socks in and giving him a peaceful and safe rest of his life when my husband noticed one day that he was having trouble jumping up onto the fence. Despite the fish-eating and the fact that he'd lived so long as an outdoor cat, he was the finest, most well-behaved cat we ever knew. We cried buckets when he died and he is buried in our yard with a headstone, right where he always loved to sun himself.


awwww. rest in peace, Socks. rest in peace.
 
2017-09-13 11:38:32 AM  

silvervial: There was once a cat, Socks, who hung around our house. One day our 10 yo daughter was cleaning out her fish tank. She had a bunch of minnows that she had caught from the nearby creek and she put them in a big glass of water on the porch while she hosed out the main tank.

She turned around to find Socks calmly "sipping" fish out of the glass one by one, with a "how kind of you to offer refreshment" look on his face. She squirted the hose at him and ran inside, "MOM! Socks ate my fish!"

We ended up taking Socks in and giving him a peaceful and safe rest of his life when my husband noticed one day that he was having trouble jumping up onto the fence. Despite the fish-eating and the fact that he'd lived so long as an outdoor cat, he was the finest, most well-behaved cat we ever knew. We cried buckets when he died and he is buried in our yard with a headstone, right where he always loved to sun himself.


good on you.

RIP Socks

*sniffle*
 
2017-09-13 11:39:23 AM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: NotThatGuyAgain: I was watching a movie and eating a big ass stromboli the other day.  Got halfway through, put it on a plate 2 feet from me, and one of my cats dragged it off like a kill on the Serengeti.

When I first brought home a tiny shelter cat years ago, she made off with half a pizza from the counter like that.  Drug it out to the laundry room, and gnawed it like a cheetah.

One of my current cats is an ace at pulling the salami out of sandwiches.  Not the ham, just the salami.


My tiny shelter cat flew across the room and snatched a piece of pizza out of my hand. After I wrenched the pizza out of his embrace, he sat there licking sauce off his tiny paws and chest.
 
2017-09-13 11:49:20 AM  
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