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Dee,

 

Like to make a bet?

 

That bucket has been there for years for both dogs and cats, fresh water daily, 5 gal.

and not once has anything like that happened, darn it, keeping the camera handy.

they all drink there, pics showing both dogs and cats at same time, such love!:D

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Paul,

 

That sounds like "wishful thinking", boohoo___That beautiful young 6 year old

rescued feline! Holly would never tip it over, well until I had my camera ready.

that is 5 gallons at about 7.5 lbs per, I hope not. She and her older sister Noel the (deaf one, at 11 years) both with their canine brothers drink from this very nice

$5.00 bucket from Home De-pot' (that is French). Come on, I have a maybe bet going on the ``tipping of the bucket", who are you betting for?:eek:

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Paul,

 

That sounds like "wishful thinking", boohoo___That beautiful young 6 year old

rescued feline! Holly would never tip it over, well until I had my camera ready.

that is 5 gallons at about 7.5 lbs per, I hope not. She and her older sister Noel the (deaf one, at 11 years) both with their canine brothers drink from this very nice

$5.00 bucket from Home De-pot' (that is French). Come on, I have a maybe bet going on the ``tipping of the bucket", who are you betting for?:eek:

My guess is that all the guys will have drank enough water to make the bucket lighter and they will all be thirsty at once and two or three will get in the bucket at once and over it goes. Probably at least one dog will help. I will e-mail the ones that tip over the bucket a treat. :D:D:D

 

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Paul,

 

What is the motto of the Scouts? Be prepared! Daily that bucket is emptied out,

and fresh full 5 gallons replaced.

 

BUT if it tips, I will photo it and pay-up in full!:D

 

At this rate, I 'll bet neither of us will see the day. The "kids" here are loving, types.

 

They would never ) I hope) let Dad down.

 

Gawd, what would we do without them? They don't asked for new cars! Or more tuition! or Dad and Mom, "I am with child". ( yes, all neutered or spayed) and rescued.:D:p

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Paul,

 

What is the motto of the Scouts? Be prepared! Daily that bucket is emptied out,

and fresh full 5 gallons replaced.

 

BUT if it tips, I will photo it and pay-up in full!:D

 

At this rate, I 'll bet neither of us will see the day. The "kids" here are loving, types.

 

They would never ) I hope) let Dad down.

 

Gawd, what would we do without them? They don't asked for new cars! Or more tuition! or Dad and Mom, "I am with child". ( yes, all neutered or spayed) and rescued.:D:p

 

Good for you. We have three rescued dogs now, an Irish Setter, A little Scottie and a Beagle. My wife does a lot of volunteer work for the local ASPCA

rescue shelter.

 

Paul

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