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        07-30-2008, 03:14 AM
    Moxie! That's evil in the most hilarious way!!

    Kona is too nice, if the dot is somewhere on the body, she doesnt go after it but as soon as it hits the floor..BAM! She's on it like white on rice
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        07-30-2008, 10:03 AM
    No, but I remember we use to torture our cats to death with it! :P
        07-30-2008, 11:41 AM
    It could seriously be a lab disorder! My lab, Tanner, will go nutz for the lazer pointer! We started out just messing with the cat but Tanner soon joined in and some nites we can get BOTH to chase it! Sometimes they work as a team and other times they are trying to get it first. It always ends up with the dog getting overly eager and pouncing on the cat since the cat is faster. Its a hoot to watch!!! Better than Cable!!!!
        07-30-2008, 05:37 PM
    Originally Posted by Moxie
    What I like to do the most is when my husband happens to be in the kitchen, I like to put the dot on his butt and have the dog bombard him. Lol
    Dashie shrieks with laughter.
    I like you moxie! Come sit next to me!! LOL
        07-30-2008, 07:03 PM
    My dog is half lab!! She goes nustso over the laser pointer and will sit and stare for hours on end if she thinks you might have it! Our kitty and her will run into eachother trying to get it! If hubby picks up something that looks like it could be it, she starts staring at the floor and then will actually bark at him, she never makes noise so it is pretty funny! She will spend 2 hours or more trying to find it, weird littel dog. Well not so little!
        07-30-2008, 07:25 PM
    My cat does!!!! Its hilarious!!
        08-03-2008, 08:40 PM
    Hey, I just got a pic of my cat's reaction to when the red dot is on her

    "what the...?? GET OFF ME!!" *runs away*

        08-04-2008, 01:07 AM
    No my dog would look at it and then walk away. He goes nuts when you pull out one of his toys or a pair of socks or small kitchen towels.

    He enjoys the simple things.

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