I made a bonehead move last night….literally.

I stole a whole drumstick chicken bone and a half of a bone off of the dining room table last night.

I fully blame Mom though. She left them where I could smell them and I just had to have them. (She thought she had already thrown them out and she’s furious with herself.)

Right after it happened Mom looked up what to do because she thinks I ate the first one WHOLE. She was losing her mind. The internet told her to cushion my insides by giving me bread. Bones and bread?! Win-win!

But now, every time I go outside, I’m being followed by poop spies (Mom and Dad). They claim they have to check to see if the bones pass and/or if there’s any blood in there. Personally, I think they’re weird privacy invaders with a poop obsession.

On another note, I’m 2/3 of the way to becoming chicken noodle soup. Get it?

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About noodle4president

I was a discarded, lost little stray without a house or a family...until my mom found me. Now, I am the happiest, most loved dog in the whole world!

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  1. colinandray says:

    Oh Noodle – I picked up a chicken bone once when out on a walk, and you should have seen the panic! Apparently cooked chicken bones splinter very easily so can do a lot of damage. Anyway, they too watched my poop and were obviously delighted when the complete bone appeared, but it took a while to work through my system. Woof! Ray.

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  2. Me says:

    We cushion our dogs with bread anytime they eat something hard that could hurt…Raiden ate the plastic cap off a bottle a few weeks back so most his meals that day were bread – he thought it was the best thing ever *rolls eyes*

    When we adopted Kasper we lived with him near a city centre in a rough area for almost half a year, littered takeaway wrappers were everywhere. Kasper ate three chicken bones before we could stop him (all on separate occasions) and he never had any problems…we didn’t even know about the bread then.

    Hopefully you’ll pass it no problem, enjoy the bread while you can 😉

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  3. Three Pups and a Couple of Kitties says:

    Caught the chicken Noodle soup joke. Very good 🙂
    I’ve been a poop spy too, trust me your mom and dad will be glad when they can give you your potty privacy back.

    Take care, cuddles and hugs.

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  4. colinandray says:

    Hi Noodle Buddy… I just had a thought! Given your height, and the height of a dining room table, how on earth did you get the chicken? Did you jump up onto the table? If I did that, I have no idea what would happen to me but I bet I wouldn’t like it! Woof! Ray.

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  5. Great on the quick action on unattended food (bones), Noodle, honey. Was that a vertical leap? Yep, the peeps never feed us those yummy bones, so we have to steal them fast when we can and worry about the consequences later. Here’s to happy digesting, sweetie. Hope everything “comes out” ok. 🙂

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  6. nordhuesn says:

    We hope this too shall pass. Oh my no more chicken bones for you! Soup bones are the best!. How did you get them?

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  7. Our mom would be freaking out too, Noodle! We hope you pass that bone soon!

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  8. cocoabean2225 says:

    Yikes!! My Daisy got into a chicken bone once and I was so worried and the vet said to feed her bread with Vaseline on it!!

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  9. fredrieka says:

    your momwithoutpaws must have been frightened glad you are okay!

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  10. Mom always says if there’s a chicken bone in a 10 mile radius of my house, I will find it. I can only hope…. When she was little, her dog, Major died from a chicken bone, so that explains her chicken-bone-phobia. I feel your mom’s worry. Chicken bones are delicious. Oops! I mean scary and dangerous….

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  11. Princess Leah xxx says:

    Chicken Noodle Soup…hehe Noodle that solo funny.
    I wuz finkings of a chicken sandwich, oh oophs, I’m drooooooling now!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  12. Nylabluesmum says:

    Mew mew mew chick-hen noodle soup!!!! Too funny!!!!
    An trust mee thee Hu’manss are ALL like this…LadyMum watchess mee poop ALL thee time….you get used to it……sorta…..
    ***ear licksss*** yur BFF Siddhartha Henry Penry xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    • Oh I HATE being watched! It’s soooo embarrassing!

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      • Nylabluesmum says:

        Mee has thee solushun fur this Noodle mee Moodle! Well maybe not a solushun butt you CAN feel better about beein watched! When one of yur Pawentss goess inn to thee bathroom, follow an sit down sumwhere comfy an just watch them!!!! Seereusslee thiss will make you feel better an thee Hu’manss mite not ‘watch’ you so openlee! Werkss fur mee efurry time!!!!!!
        **ear licksss** an **nose bumpss** yur BFF, Siddhartha Henry xxxxx

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      • OMD! BOL! Mom HATES when I follow her into the bathroom because I lick her legs. I guess I should just be happy she doesn’t try to kiss me while I’m going to the bathroom 😛

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  13. hello noodle its dennis the vizsla dog hay this is why they say leed us not into temptayshun for we wil shoorly follow!!! i do not no wot it is with hyoomans and poop dada goze arownd in owr bak yard with a shovel kollekting owr poop duz he sell it??? duz he bern it for fyool??? i hav no ideea!!! ok bye

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  14. Hahahaha I get it! Hehe. 😀 Well, I don’t blame the poop spies…those chicken bones can be mean things! But I understand…sometimes when you gotta have that chicken bone…you just gotta have it! Well let’s hope your insides remain happily cushioned…and nothing happens! Hugs! 🙂

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  15. Piglove says:

    Snorts with piggy laughter – chicken soup – Too funny my friend. I hope poop patrol is over soon. The humans – they are so interested in what comes out of our captains quarters – it’s amazing. They don’t see us checking theirs out? Snorts. XOXO – Bacon

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  16. Our Miss Charisma stole a sharp steak bone once. We worried she would die from it, but it just came out as white poop! We have also seen our German friend Casper chow down on raw chicken necks, bones and all. Go figure! Our humans would rather we didn’t eat bones just to be on the safe side.

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  17. Oh, Noodle… Now you know! Chicken bones are both delicious and dangerous. I hope you leave them be next time. Wishing you all the best!!

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  18. maggie0019 says:

    (shakes head sadly) Oh, Noodler, you know I was sick from the porky bone. So I am feeling your pain on this!!! Woof!

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  19. Ohhhh nooooooo…praying you are going to be ok!!!!!
    DakotasDen

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  20. raisingdaisy says:

    Oh my goodness, Noodle, that’s scary! The dog my family had before me ate a bone and ended up with bloody diahrrea and a 3-day vet stay, so it’s smart of your family to be poop spies. I hope you pass that nasty ol’ bone with no problems!

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  21. nordhuesn says:

    Hey, we are worried about you…..is the chicken bone out yet? Are you doing ok?

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  22. Nylabluesmum says:

    Mew mew mew oh Noodle mee Moodle this happens to mee!!
    An mee iss busy ummm….doin mee busyness…an once mee goess to get out of thee litterbox mee getss **kissesss** on thee top of mee head!!!!!
    Ackshully it iss nice that LadyMum caress enuff to **kiss** mee afturwerdss if you know what mee meenss??? 😉

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  23. Oh Noodle…you are quite the character. Hope efurry-thing has passed well by now. ღ

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  24. […] my sweetest most loving girlfriend in the whole world brought it to my attention that maybe the chicken bone was behind all of this! Mom called the vet immediately and left a message for the doctor. Dr. […]

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