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Yesterday when I took the girls for their morning walk Sherry poked her nose into a bush. Suddenly she jumped 6 foot in the air and tried to run away (she was on the lead). I looked into the bush and there was this HUGE cat lying there. It was the biggest cat I have ever seen with a huge mane of fur like a lion. It looked a bit like those beautiful Maine **** cats.

Anyway we carried on our walk when I noticed red spots of blood dripping on the floor /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif Sherry had cuts to her nose and the blood kept on pumping out. It's scabed over today and isn't as bad as I first thought but I'm so glad it wasn't one of her eyes that the cat caught with it's claws.

So, watch out for massive cats in bushes trying to sleep /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
 

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No she's not traumatized by it. She's a very laid back easy going dog and takes everything in her stride. But I think she will be a little more careful about where she sticks her nose in future.
 

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Sherry and my cat Suzie get on so well, I even caught them sleeping together once. I don't think Sherry realised that other cats are not so friendly.

She didn't learn her lesson though because on her walk this morning she poked her nose into the exact same bush to see if the cat was there again. Thankfully it wasn't but you would have thought she'd have learnt wouldn't you :rolleyes:
 
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