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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 06:55 AM
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Hahaha! These are all so cute!

Freddie will let out a little growl when someone comes in the house late at night, as if he's saying "it's past the time when people should be coming over!"

He's also taken to barking/growling when my boyfriend gets up in the morning, thinking there's a stranger in the house. As soon as he sees it's him, it's all wiggle butts and puppy kisses.

He will run to the back door if he hears a car door close that he thinks is mine. He did this the other night when everyone was home and I looked at him and said "it's not me! Everyone's here!"

I've also noticed that he sticks in nose in places where he's lost a toy (e.g. in the crevice between the stove and the cabinet where he managed to lose his antler, or under the garbage can where he lost his little tennis ball!)

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Everyone is going to think I'm nuts well I probably am Ive learned to except it. Hear it goes I moved into a very old house in November the first night I was hear the dogs woke me up in the middle of the night no barking just startled. I saw a flashing moving across my bedroom very eerie. We have had several middle of the night strange things happen. A mirror crashed of my bathroom wall, my door to my bedroom rattled and rattled and then just stopped. They have gotten to the point where they bark now I don't notice anything. I have lived at four other homes before this one with them and the only other times I got woken up was they could hear deers in the yard or someone coming home.
Anyway I said something to my neighbor and I guess I'm not the first person to have had this experience the house was built in 1906 and I was told it was a brothel . I would love to try to research more and find out who my house guest goast is. Otherwise mine let me know so many other things I just thought this story was the best.
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Everyone is going to think I'm nuts well I probably am Ive learned to except it. Hear it goes I moved into a very old house in November the first night I was hear the dogs woke me up in the middle of the night no barking just startled. I saw a flashing moving across my bedroom very eerie. We have had several middle of the night strange things happen. A mirror crashed of my bathroom wall, my door to my bedroom rattled and rattled and then just stopped. They have gotten to the point where they bark now I don't notice anything. I have lived at four other homes before this one with them and the only other times I got woken up was they could hear deers in the yard or someone coming home.
Anyway I said something to my neighbor and I guess I'm not the first person to have had this experience the house was built in 1906 and I was told it was a brothel . I would love to try to research more and find out who my house guest goast is. Otherwise mine let me know so many other things I just thought this story was the best.
Does anyone else have a Goast?

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Brody goes bonkers when the timer goes off on my stove.

In general he alerts me to EVERYTHING. He somehow thinks it's his job to bark, growl and let me know if he hears an ant fart 6 miles away!

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Brody goes bonkers when the timer goes off on my stove.

In general he alerts me to EVERYTHING. He somehow thinks it's his job to bark, growl and let me know if he hears an ant fart 6 miles away!

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Gabby doesn't miss anything (ppl at the door, dogs outside on their walks, microwave timer etc). The most useful thing she alerts me to is the phone ringing. When I have the vacuum on and the phone rings I can't hear it but she runs to me with her ears up and then she runs to the phone! Its the cutest thing

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Otis alerts me at anything out of the ordinary. I always know when it is 10 pm. cause he is at the bedroom door looking at me, letting me know he is ready for bed.
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