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It's because cats simply can't be trusted for heavy lifting & dirty work required in the war on terrior.

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Harrumph. :mad: Anybody who talks about my dogs that way is likely to feel a sudden dampness as they get marked, their food swiped, their pants tugged, their shoes untied, their legs tripped, their faces licked and then be chased around the room. After a brief period of being stared at intensely, they would be forgiven. All that is by me. I have no idea what the dogs would do. :w00t:

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  • 2 weeks later...

Sorry I'm so late in adding to this thread!

Oh how this definition rings true! My daughter, who is a nurse, has been saying for some time that we should put Ellie on ritalin or something!

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As I said a long time ago on one of my first posts, they are ADHD, bi-polar toddlers that can run like adults!!

I wish I had a dollar for every time my husband has said he is convinced Barney is bi-polar! One minute he is so sweet you can just about taste the sugar, then the next minute he is like a tazmanian devil with rabies! :w00t:

Help me....... :crybaby:

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