So when I saw my dog, named “Soupy”, eating a cigarette, I was so surprised. I thought she had just been drinking too much. But then I thought about it and realized that it probably wasn’t that she just ate a cigarette and wanted to show off for us.
I think the dog was just trying to share what she learned about life and death with us. She’s a cute dog with a cute name.
As it turns out, when I first came into the house, Soupy was eating a cigarette and not realizing it. I tried to explain to her that its a plant, but she wasn’t having any of it. I gave her some treats, but she only ate two and then went back to the house. I was so thankful for Soupy.
It’s kind of a good thing that she is so accepting of us. We should give her the same treatment we give our other pets. If we don’t give her treats, she will likely eat one by mistake.
I’m sure you all have cats and dogs in your life already, right? But most of us aren’t that picky when it comes to human pet food. I’m sure you all know that people make a lot of assumptions when it comes to pet food for pets, like “oh, it’s just human food, so it’s going to be fine” or “oh, it’s going to be okay for them, they’ve got plenty of food and water.
Thats the problem with assumptions, its really easy to make and easy to be wrong. In fact, even if youve got a pretty good memory of what your pet eats, you can still make some stupid mistakes. Like my dog ate a cigarette. I know that its not the worst thing the human race has to deal with, but it is certainly one of the most common mistakes.
So my dog ate a smoking cigarette, just like any other dog will do. When you give your dog a bone to chew on and chew, anything can happen. A bone can start to look and smell like food. It can start to feel hard if you dont rub it. It can start to look hard and not be able to get out if you dont chew it. It can start to feel like a dog, but it cant bite you.
This is a really bad one. Our dog, a Labrador, eats a cigarette. You know, a cigarette that our dog just ate. How can a dog eat a cigarette? Well, if your dog isn’t on a diet, when you give it a cigarette, it’s going to eat it. So when I give my dog a cigarette (and I’m not trying to deny the fact that I’m telling you this), I’m going to give it a cigarette.
When your dog has to eat a cigarette, its going to make a lot of noises, it’s going to chew it up, it’ll take it, and then it’s going to spit it out, and that’s when your dog will eat it.
It is a fact that we tend to think of dog as being omnivores, but it turns out they are actually pretty selective in their food choices. In the same way that we see the dog eat the cat, we see the cat eat the dog.