Mystery of the Day

We have a whodunit…

Who is responsible for….


Here are the prime suspects!

Jukie: Sweet, innocent kitty cat or devious feline?

Funyon: Innocently sleepy pug? Upon questioning he rolled over and yawned.


Lancelot: He looks concerned. Could it be because his tongue hurts?

Jukie … Funyon… Lancelot…

That’s the whole crew. Who could possibly be so destructive? So mischievous?

While you are contemplating this mystery, realize that dogs and cats eat lots of things that they are not suppose to (even veterinarian’s pets). In general, I recommend that dogs eat dog food and cats eat cat food, but sometimes they have other ideas of what to put in their mouths. Hopefully, you can figure out why razors, and more specifically razor blades, might be a bad idea, but there are a lot of household items that can be particularly hazardous to your furry friends. Tomorrow, I am planning to get together a short list of some of the things that are particularly bad for pets to eat.

In case there was any doubt in your mind, I won’t leave you hanging. Here is the culprit. Yes, cuteness does come with consequences. Please note the Kong Dog Toy not one inch from his body. The razor was clearly much more tasty . In case you were concerned, he was 100% fine. Unscathed and extremely proud of himself.

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