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I won't be going in there anymore


kayharley
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For some reason Madison likes to hang out in everybody elses crate but her own. When she ventured into Remy's, he went in too.

It was when I closed the door that Maddy had 2nd thoughts...."Ugh, trapped with my brother!"

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lol Scotty and angel do the same thing!! Scotty likes his though. He has to go in all of the crates and cages lol

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Dogs' lives are too short. Their only fault, really." - Carlotta Monterey O'Neill

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Loved the picture!

Kai-lee my oldest never goes in Keagan's crate, Keagan on the other hand goes in Kai-lee's crate all the time... they are fed in their crates... he still dreams of maybe finding a leftover morsel in her crate, he hasn't found one yet and it's been over a year but he still hopes!

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Is that what I think it is in the crate.....a very contented little puddy cat?

What a precious picture.

Now, is there any chance you getting a pic of kitty AND Cairn in the crate together? :lol:

seems the older I get the more I have to edit.

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