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He ate something dead!

OMG, this is the grossest thing EVER! Benny threw up the other day (not normal for him, he never throws up) and it looked so gross! I had no idea what it could be at the time. Later that day, I took him out and he ran up to the back of our yard and started eating something, I ran after him and saw gray fur and some guts, and Benny chomping away! I freaked and took him inside and washed his mouth out.

Later that day, I saw a cat run through my yard carrying something - either a baby bunny or a mouse/mole - mystery solved! ****ed cat!

It's been a couple of days and Benny is fine... I was so worried he would get sick.

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We live on a riverbank and my Scotty was always eating the dead fish that would wash up on shore in the spring......then throw up.We would go down every day and look for any dead fish and throw them out but he always managed to find one anyways! Man he had really bad breath after those meals!

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OMG, this is the grossest thing EVER! Benny threw up the other day (not normal for him, he never throws up) and it looked so gross! I had no idea what it could be at the time. Later that day, I took him out and he ran up to the back of our yard and started eating something, I ran after him and saw gray fur and some guts, and Benny chomping away! I freaked and took him inside and washed his mouth out.

Later that day, I saw a cat run through my yard carrying something - either a baby bunny or a mouse/mole - mystery solved! ****ed cat!

It's been a couple of days and Benny is fine... I was so worried he would get sick.
Yuck Benny, Mine have never done that they just roll in yuckie stuff.

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At least he didn't rub all over it. Washing his mouth is a lot easier than bathing him!

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aw man that sucks. The worst thing about that is they could get some type of illness if the animal was sick (gotta wonder why they died in the first place) Course' old age is the optimal in this sad situation.

Maybe it was a mouse?

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My dog once found a big pile of horse droppings and chowed down. Luckily she threw most of it up an hour later. Soooo gross!!!

I think their stomachs and intestines are a lot stronger than ours.
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Pepper has eaten broken eggs that fell out of a nest in our yard. I haven't seen him eat an actual carcass of anything though.

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Henry tried to get ahold of an old paper napkin on the ground (it must have been used for an ice cream cone) and it was full of ANTS.
Yuck!
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Henry tried to get ahold of an old paper napkin on the ground (it must have been used for an ice cream cone) and it was full of ANTS.
Yuck!
I laughed when I read your post. Maccabee grabs onto any used napkins or paper towels he can get a hold of. Of course everyone knows what happens next . . . shred, shred, shred (and eat)!

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