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Oh, that poor thing. That is some dedicated chewing. We used to have one of those cat doors at the old house and our GS, who thought she was a cat, used to use it when she was a puppy, but it was a sad sight to see when she got so big only her head would fit through it. Thank goodness she never thought of chewing her way in.

Comedy Plus

Poor thing. It just wanted out for a bit. Too cute. I'm glad he's okay though.

Have a fabulous day. ☺


Look at that look on his face! LOVE IT!


Granny Annie

Bless their hearts and the dog's heart. Good thing they got home before the trapped pup was hurt severely. I have to wonder if their homeowner's insurance covered such an accident?

Foley, Pocket and River Song

The poor baby. I don't know where they can keep him. If he can get through a door I would hate to see what he does with a crate

M. K.

Theo's expression speaks loud and clear. I'm glad that he is not in trouble. We might scoop this with credit to you for our BFTB News. ☺

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