The dog ate a whole bag of cat food because she was hungry. And it was a big bag. The food came from a local shop and the vet had been in and out of the store for several hours, so I knew she had to be in good shape.
The thing that made me most upset was the fact that she had eaten a whole bag of cat food. I can’t imagine that I would ever do something like that. I’m not even sure if she’d understand the reasoning behind it. I mean, I would probably kill her if she did it again.
The cat is a stray owned by a local animal shelter. They are a small, but loyal bunch. As such, they are unlikely to attack a human. So in the time it took me to read this, it has gone on to become the second most popular story in our forums. The dog is a kitten who was originally owned by a local pet store and later placed with a local shelter as a stray. But like the cat, she ate a whole bag of cat food.
It’s not like there was any food in the bag. The dog ate a bag of cat food.
Yes, the dog ate a bag of cat food. The cat ate a bag of cat food. This is a great example of the sort of thing that might be considered an “overreaction” to a bad situation. We all have things that we might do to our pets that we wouldn’t normally do to ourselves (but we’re not supposed to).
It was an interesting case of a dog eating a whole bag of cat food. It’s actually the most unlikely thing I’ve ever heard of, but I’m glad I read it anyway. It reminds me of a lot of things I’ve seen in a long time, including a few real-life examples.
Cat eating dog food? You might think it is an exaggeration, but just a few weeks ago an Australian cat named Fito (named after the famous Australian singer) ate a bag of cat food. I found the story on the internet in a thread on a website called catfood.com. (You can search for it on Google for other similar cases.) This is part of the problem with Internet cats: they are so darn cute, but they also have a lot to hide.
These cats have been known to hide their food in the laundry, in the fridge, even in the freezer. This is because they don’t have the sense to know that their dog food is delicious. They also can’t stand to see other cats eating it. So they’ll often sneak it out of the fridge and eat it themselves.
Sometimes the cat food thief can get a little too creative. One of the funniest examples I can think of is my dog, a Chihuahua. He was given a bag of my cat food after I fed him, and he opened the bag and ate the cat food. He doesn’t even realize that he did it.
And he did it in his own home.