This shaggy dog was received from Bill Frank of a nameless government entity. Thanks, Bill.

Anyway, thanks for the shaggy dog site. It helps me forget the tragedy of the loss of my own shaggy dog. He used to chase the cat next door. This was a smart, and malicious cat. The cat would step into my yard, wait until my poor old dog saw him and started to give chase. Then, the cat would spring through a hole in the fence and dart through my neighbor’s junk pile. Well, one day last week my dog got too much of a head of steam and slammed right into the hole in the fence. His face got through and he snapped at the cat. All he got was a mouthful of rusted old Weber BBQ kettle.

I took him to the vet, but it was no use. The doc came out with a long face and said: “Well, it happens sometimes like this with old dogs, you know. He strained at a cat and swallowed enamel.”

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