Does your pet have a special place to hide when things get too much for him or her?
By Hanni Harel
August 8, 2018 8:58am CST
My Sophie from the first time she came into my life had a special hide away from everyone and everything. When there gets to be too many people here she goes to her special place. I wish I could join her but do not wan to interfer. I wish I could hide at times too but I do not have a special place like she does. So, do those of you that have pets do they have a special hiding place only for them?
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
@Hannihar Rascal's was down behind and under the headboard for my waterbed frame. Though I no longer had a waterbed, I still used the frame. He crawled under there. It took me a long time to find him the first time. In fact, it wasn't until he crawled out of there, that I found him. I think Pip crawled under my bed. I did find her there on several occasions.
• United States
Molly hides due to thunderstorms. She actually rides out thunderstorms under the eaves at the back of our house. She is covered by day lily and hosta plants back there. She has a doggy door which allows her 24/7 access to indoors and outdoors, and for some strange reason she feels safer outdoors rather than indoors during storms.
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My grand-dogs are funny, one wants to go to the room she and her human sleep while visiting me. My two gran-dogs that live with my middle son love the family room (they sleep on the couches) and are not allowed in the kitchen, they behave well. My youngest and his partner have Boston Terriers, they are little and they can go where ever they want too. We don't have pets because when we want to travel we don't have to find a place for the dogs. When our children were younger we had a house full of dogs and cats.
• United States
When we'd have thunderstorms my dog would hide on a rolling cart behind the cleaning supplies. Later, when storms approached (or during fireworks season), I'd sit in the middle of the house and hold her on my lap, covering her with a blanket. She'd still shake with fear, but not as badly.