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3 hours ago, splinky said:

my next door neighbors dog regularly used to sneak into my place through the garden door and nap in my bedroom.

We've had our neighbors' dogs come in as well. There was Dizzy, the blind spaniel who lived in our line only 4 floors above us. Our front door wasn't fully shut so he wandered in thinking it was his apartment - imagine my surprise when I felt something nuzzling my leg.

And then there's the dog who lives next door who ran into our apartment ahead of us as we were entering. She ran through the living room, down the hall, into our room and proceeded to pee on our bathroom floor. We WERE NOT amused.

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4 hours ago, small h said:

That's hilarious. Not in the bed, hopefully.

never in the bed. the first time it happened, i forgot to close the back door and went to store. when i got home i ambled into the bedroom and there was Lucy sprawled across the middle of the room

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2 hours ago, bloviatrix said:

We've had our neighbors' dogs come in as well. There was Dizzy, the blind spaniel who lived in our line only 4 floors above us. Our front door wasn't fully shut so he wandered in thinking it was his apartment - imagine my surprise when I felt something nuzzling my leg.

And then there's the dog who lives next door who ran into our apartment ahead of us as we were entering. She ran through the living room, down the hall, into our room and proceeded to pee on our bathroom floor. We WERE NOT amused.

peeing on the floor loses you guest privileges at my house

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I want to move into any building where dogs and cats are allowed to roam the hall. I will gladly leave my door open, and if your pet should enter, you will not have to rush in to take it out. I will brush it and play with it, and even let it sleep in my bed!

But I will send it back to your home when it needs to do its business, so I don't have to clean it's poop and pee 

 

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When one of my friends lived in a brownstone in Park Slope, her cat Luna would regularly escape every time she opened her apartment door.  I was dispatched as catcatcher a couple of times so Luna wouldn't run down the stairs--my friend didn't want to take a chance that she'd get out into the street the next time the front door was opened.

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We're confined to half of an already-small house because work is being done on the living room and part of the hallway.  The only way into the usable part of the house is via the garage & the backyard.  At least I can get into the kitchen through the garage to do a little eating and microwaving.  And this is the week the construction crew has decided to create their own schedule, rather than working the usual 8:00/8:30 to 4:00 hours.

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