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#811: When having a bowel movement, my eldest Kerry typically...

Question suggested by dw


Squats and does what needs to be done.
Dances with his back end.
Turns around.
Moves slowly forward.
Other - please comment!
Just checking poll results

Squats and does what needs to be done.

50%

Dances with his back end.

5%

Turns around.

18%

Moves slowly forward.

0%

Other - please comment!

9%

Just checking poll results

18%

Comments

Votes: 22

Posted: June 16, 2018


#810: Will your Kerry lie on her back for a belly rub?

Question suggested by dw


My Kerry will assume the "rub my belly" position and enjoys the results.
I can give my Kerry a belly rub but I initiate it.
My Kerry is not a big fan of having his belly rubbed.
No way my Kerry will lie on her back
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.
Just checking poll results.

My Kerry will assume the "rub my belly" position and enjoys the results.

43%

I can give my Kerry a belly rub but I initiate it.

13%

My Kerry is not a big fan of having his belly rubbed.

9%

No way my Kerry will lie on her back

22%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

9%

Just checking poll results.

4%

Comments

Votes: 23

Posted: June 09, 2018


#809: Do you think your Kerry enjoys the company of young children?

Question suggested by dw


My Kerry tolerates all kinds of poking and prodding and pulling from inquisitive children.
My Kerry enjoys playing with young children who are nice to her.
My Kerry avoids young children if he can but tolerates them otherwise.
I would not trust my Kerry not to nip or bite as young children can annoy her.
Combining my Kerry with young children would be a recipe for disaster.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.
Just checking poll results

My Kerry tolerates all kinds of poking and prodding and pulling from inquisitive children.

29%

My Kerry enjoys playing with young children who are nice to her.

36%

My Kerry avoids young children if he can but tolerates them otherwise.

7%

I would not trust my Kerry not to nip or bite as young children can annoy her.

7%

Combining my Kerry with young children would be a recipe for disaster.

0%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

7%

Just checking poll results

14%

Comments

Votes: 28

Posted: June 02, 2018


#808: Does your eldest Kerry seem to have a preference for one (human) sex over another?

Question suggested by dw


My male Kerry seems to prefer men.
My male Kerry seems to prefer women.
My female Kerry seems to prefer men.
My female Kerry seems to prefer women.
My Kerry seems to have no preference.
Just checking poll results.

My male Kerry seems to prefer men.

14%

My male Kerry seems to prefer women.

14%

My female Kerry seems to prefer men.

0%

My female Kerry seems to prefer women.

10%

My Kerry seems to have no preference.

43%

Just checking poll results.

19%

Comments

Votes: 21

Posted: May 26, 2018


#807: When your Kerry dies (or died), either naturally or by assistance, what would you most likely do next?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay - Whitby, Ont.


Have a burial.
Cremate and keep the ashes (at least for a while).
Cremate and scatter the ashes.
Have the vet dispose of the body.
Stuff and mount 'im in the parlour with the parrot.
Just checking poll results.

Have a burial.

12%

Cremate and keep the ashes (at least for a while).

51%

Cremate and scatter the ashes.

22%

Have the vet dispose of the body.

6%

Stuff and mount 'im in the parlour with the parrot.

0%

Just checking poll results.

8%

Comments

Votes: 49

Posted: May 19, 2018


#806: Suppose a door was open and your Kerry escaped unnoticed, would she most likely:

Question suggested by dw


Either not leave or would stay near the open door.
Go for a tour around the property but remain on her turf, maybe come back inside.
Go for a tour around the neighbourhood or area and then return.
Head out to explore the big world out there and never look back (until too late?)
Mosey around and promptly get lost.
I have more than one and they would act differently.
Just checking poll results.

Either not leave or would stay near the open door.

12%

Go for a tour around the property but remain on her turf, maybe come back inside.

18%

Go for a tour around the neighbourhood or area and then return.

31%

Head out to explore the big world out there and never look back (until too late?)

23%

Mosey around and promptly get lost.

3%

I have more than one and they would act differently.

6%

Just checking poll results.

8%

Comments

Votes: 78

Posted: May 12, 2018


#805: What do you do to your Kerry's fall?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay - Whitby, Ont.


Nothing. One cannot really see my Kerry's eyes.
I keep my Kerry's fall short so the eyes are quite visible.
I often bind my Kerry's fall with an elastic or a bow.
My Kerry is groomed to have virtually no fall.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.
Just checking poll results.

Nothing. One cannot really see my Kerry's eyes.

31%

I keep my Kerry's fall short so the eyes are quite visible.

29%

I often bind my Kerry's fall with an elastic or a bow.

7%

My Kerry is groomed to have virtually no fall.

13%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

9%

Just checking poll results.

11%

Comments

Votes: 55

Posted: May 05, 2018


#804: Do you ever check poll results later after voting?

Question suggested by dw


Rarely if ever.
Sometimes.
Often.
I tend to vote towards the end of the week.
Just checking poll results.

Rarely if ever.

0%

Sometimes.

33%

Often.

54%

I tend to vote towards the end of the week.

0%

Just checking poll results.

12%

Comments

Votes: 24

Posted: April 28, 2018


#803: How does your Kerry react when a bath is "suggested"?

Question suggested by Pat Harrelson - Sherwood, Arkansas


My Kerry goes to "hide".
My Kerry plays "Catch me if you can!"
My Kerry morosely accepts Fate and allows me to herd her into the bath.
My Kerry is pretty chipper about the whole experience.
My Kerry hears the water run and is ready to leap in.
I have more than one and they act differently.
Just checking poll results.

My Kerry goes to "hide".

26%

My Kerry plays "Catch me if you can!"

11%

My Kerry morosely accepts Fate and allows me to herd her into the bath.

41%

My Kerry is pretty chipper about the whole experience.

4%

My Kerry hears the water run and is ready to leap in.

2%

I have more than one and they act differently.

7%

Just checking poll results.

9%

Comments

Votes: 46

Posted: April 21, 2018


#802: How does your Kerry typically express that he/she is annoyed or angry with you?

Question suggested by Sharon Arkoff - Sudbury, MA


Finds a perch from which she 'refuses' to look at me.
Finds a perch from which he casts baleful stares.
My Kerry leaves the room.
My Kerry will get into mischief.
My Kerry will bark at me.
I have more than one and they act differently.
Just checking poll results.

Finds a perch from which she 'refuses' to look at me.

14%

Finds a perch from which he casts baleful stares.

7%

My Kerry leaves the room.

12%

My Kerry will get into mischief.

2%

My Kerry will bark at me.

45%

I have more than one and they act differently.

5%

Just checking poll results.

14%

Comments

Votes: 42

Posted: April 14, 2018


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