Had a gelding that would eat anything that wouldn't eat him literally, he ate fried chicken, dog food, popsicles, ice cream, coffee and even biscuits & gravy..other than the popsicle and icecream I didn't give the stuff to him. I had the windows open one evening and he knocked the screen off the dining room table stuck his head in and proceeded to chow down on supper I had got up to answer the door and the look on my guests face was sheer horror I turned around to see Comet with chicken hanging out of his mouth and gravy on his nose. I learned never to leave a cup of coffee anywhere he could get to it he drank more than a few that I'd sat down for a second..Another time the kids didnt get the garage door shut and he decided to help himself to the bin of dog food( that was wrong in so many ways lol) he didn't get enough to hurt him I heard the comotion in the garage and ran him out but yeah if it wouldn't eat him he'd devour it!
I used to que up at the ice cream van when it was hot and get one for me and one for Sunny.
She also liked oranges, should have seen the look on the tourists faces when she would take a whole orange in her mouth - suck all the juice out and then spit out the remains on the road.
( yep I used to live in a very pretty village - my house was built BEFORE Columbus discovered America !)
Sort of along the same lines, you know how most horses LOVE apple slices and peppermints? AZ hates both. He loves the apple flavored treats, but real apple slices get thrown on the ground and stomped on. Peppermints, he just rolls them around in his lips and then "pleh", they're on the ground.
I can't believe I forgot this horse. My ex-boyfriend had a palomino named Daisy that would steal his beer when he wasn't looking. He would put it somewhere she could reach and as soon as his back was turned, she would pick it up by the longneck bottle and throw her head back