Eh, he's not much of a shedder and besides it's only socks, t-shirts and underwear...<br><br>If this was a pile of my pants and outer shirts, then I'd be smackin' his behind!<br><br>[color:red]Hold on...it's time for a</font color=red><br>
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
That's funny, our first dog used to sit on top of our pile of dirty laundry when we would take it out of the hamper to sort.<br><br>[color:blue]If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door. - Milton Berle</font color=blue>
LOL great pic.<br><br>My cat climb into the dryer once when I was throwing in load #2. I did not see Robert jump in so I closed the door and hit start and walked away.<br><br>I kept hearing this faint meow behind the noise of the dryer. Sorta like meow rumble rumble, meow rumble rumble meow. I thought Robert was stuck behind the dryer - no not there, not behind the washer, not in the closet, not inside of the cabinets, not under the bed. Humm then I realized that the rumble rumble sound was like a tennis shoe would make inside of a dryer. Which I knew I did not wash any tennis shoes. So I open the dryer door and due to all the "static electricity" out jumps this giant fur ball - "shaken but not stired." Robert never jumped into the dryer after that.<br><br>
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