Monday, November 21, 2016

A serious canine "WTF?"

So now that I'm shooting shotguns at the range again, I've dug out the trap and skeet loads from the milk crates full of boxed shotgun shells (Thanks again for helping me move all that stuff, Aaron) and I put some of them by my shotgun cabinet in the living room. And those shells, in the form of a hundred rounds (four boxes ot 25 rds each boxed together) have sat there for over a month without bothering anyone or being bothered...until today.

I'm not sure what those shotgun shells said or did to piss the dogs off today while I was at work, but I walked in to find the cardboard all over the floor and a hundred rounds of #7 shot scattered all over the living room.

Why?

Just WHY?

The dogs are both pleading the Fifth and suggesting that I might want to ask the cats outside about this mystery.
The Nuttin' gang--Dindu Nuttin and Dinsee Nuttin.

12 comments:

  1. Heh! It's your karma. The Dindu crew is your karma.

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  2. Bored.....let the cats in the house when you leave for work in the morning. That should save the box with shotgun shells.......

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  3. I was wondering when the dogs were going to get into mischief again.

    Heh. It's funny from where I sit, prolly not so much for you.

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    1. Yeah, they are so used to long walks into the French Quarter most nights, that now when we go a few days without one, they start acting up. They don't realize--or care--that I honestly can't go every night.

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    2. Well, you do need your exercise....

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  4. The ats really did it

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  5. Jayne the wonder dog was crapping .22 for a couple days, thought I'd found something better than the golden goose till I found the remains of the box and a bunch of rounds under the guest bed.

    Good thing he's cute and funny.

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  6. Their thinkin' probably went something like "Well, he set them there for so long he doesn't want to play with 'em, so let's play with 'em..."

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  7. They were bored... :-)

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  8. Smart dogs are fun until they're bored or lonely. Unfortunately the Nuttin's were both. That's when they just do stuff to piss us off...

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  9. Just the boxes were schreded, be glad they didn't go for the shot shells too, and you'd have gun powder and shot all over the place.

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  10. Nothing lost (except for the cardboard). Now, if they'd found the clays, too, you may have gotten a call from the local PD about your crew engaged in illegal traps in the back yard....

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