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    I'm actually really surprised the cats reacted at all. I thought they would have completely ignored their owners.

    As for the horse, I was more surprised that it had blue eyes. I thought they only came in brown.

    I've tried the faking faint thing with my dogs (I have 4) and only one will come over and sit with me and lick my face. The other three probably wait for me to turn into dinner.

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    Aw, that's mean. Serves the owners right if their pets start eating them.
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    That’s mean to do to a horse. In their world falling down means you’re dead or about to be. I didn’t worry so much about the dogs and cats since their senses will tell them you’re faking, they might be a little confused is all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    Aw, that's mean. Serves the owners right if their pets start eating them.
    Thank you! That's mean to scare your animal like that!!
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    When Bloke was last taken ill with a severe hypo our youngest cat wouldn't leave the room, even though she's shy of strangers and we had a paramedic there. I put her out several times but she came straight back in and sat staring at Bloke until he started making sense again. I say that she was worried about her Hoomin Daddy. Bloke says she was waiting to see if he was going to die so she could eat his face.
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    ^ I fainted once (bath was waaay too hot) and my cat run straight out of the room and hid somewhere. Boyfriend and dog didn't even wake up from the Netflix sleeping on the couch. Good times
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    I did pass out and woke up to my cats and dog all sitting around me. Either they were concerned or they were deciding who gets the best meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    When Bloke was last taken ill with a severe hypo our youngest cat wouldn't leave the room, even though she's shy of strangers and we had a paramedic there. I put her out several times but she came straight back in and sat staring at Bloke until he started making sense again. I say that she was worried about her Hoomin Daddy. Bloke says she was waiting to see if he was going to die so she could eat his face.
    I had a cat who did that when my mom was sick with cancer. He would NOT leave her bedside.
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    I once faked fainting in front of my dog, but not in a dramatic "noises, clutching my chest, falling to the floor" type of way. Just sitting on the couch and going limp, closing my eyes while I was petting her. She waited, then got impatient and started nudging me with nose and paws, stared at me for the longest time as if to attempt to wake me up that way. Then she lay down for maybe half a minute. Got up again, looked at me and then assessed me from head to toe, sat down, yawned a few times, looked at me a couple of more times and then walked away and lay down on the floor, spread eagle. So, I guess - if I ever, godforbid, would get incapacitated or worse die while I'm alone - she's not exactly going to be Lassie, calling out for help!
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