We’ve verified dogs being strange and pets delivering dwelling the weirdest of pieces, so it’s no surprise that our closest( usually) four-legged pals can be really, really bizarre. Some say that pets can be so close to their owners, that they eventually simulate some action and we know anything about humen, we know that our own species can have some pretty strange habits. That’s why it doesn’t astound anyone that pets can be a little … “out there” with their actions. Well, as long as they’re not hurting anyone, we guess? People of Reddit decided to share some of the weirdest, yet harmless habits their pets have, and, let’s be honest, some are pretty darn strange. Scroll down to check them out and don’t forget to comment, as well as be voting in favour of your favorites. Oh, and if you have some bizarre stories of your own, discuss the matter with other pandas! ( Facebook cover image: sipa)
I am not allowed to get mad, If I scream, develop my voice, or even sound angry my “cat-o-nine-tail” pumpkin will get up from wherever she is and run over. She will then mew gently and grab at my limb with her paws while mewing. She draws my hands to her head and scratches her manager on me are seeking to get me to calm down. It runs though so theres that.
Growing up, we had a chocolate laboratory called Kody. Kody had a few oddities and idiosyncrasies about him.
My parents are brew alcoholics, and Kody would learn how to open each and every cooler we ever had so that he could eat all of the frost. That puppy LOVED ice, he would eat it until he had what we called “brain freezers” or these mini little seizures( he was fine, but it was a bizarre habit ).
Another time, Kody was out pooping in the yard and we assured a bunch of cloth coming out of his butt. Turns out, it was an ace bandage that are required to be surgically removed. Upon opening his belly they found a silver dollar, a few bobby pin, the hotshot bandage and a billiards cue ball. Now, here’s the kicker- we didn’t own a pool table, and our closest neighbour was 5 miles away, who likewise did not own a pool table. We never did find out where he got that cue ball from. He lived to be 15 years old and passed away peacefully two summers ago. Miss you, buddy.
My dog has ‘takeaway’ each time she eats. She won’t stand at her bowl. She stuffs her mouth full of dry food and then sits near me wherever I am, spits out all her meat and fees it one chip at a time. When she is finished it she reiterates it all.
My pet rat, Doctor, said that she wished to turd when she is hanging from the bars of her enclosure and attaining eye contact with me or my fiancee.
She knows it induces us uncomfortable. She don’t care.
My cat likes to shower with me. He will sit and drink the sea as it runs until i use shower gel, then he will sit on the edge silently judging me for polluting our lord water.
I have a giant Maine-coon Siamese mingle tomcat. His thing is to brought forward by laundry from the cellar on the night. The weird thing is that he’s pretty good at taking clothes into the right rooms. I don’t know if he does it by fragrance or what – but it’s pretty normal for me to wake up to a heap of my socks, my daughters some of theirs, etc. He also chirps and meows the entire hour he’s establishing his deliveries – which is pretty funny in and of itself.
My dog can’t go anywhere without his toy. My girlfriend calls it his “girlfriend”. If we go outside he will bring the little stuffed animal with him and drop it somewhere. If we tell him to “go find your girlfriend” he will scour madly for it until it’s found.
My lovers cat adorations to snuggle up on people’s chests and then slooowly and veeery gently place her paw( with claws out and toes spread) and merely .. home it on their mouth.
Does anyone know what the heck she’s are seeking to get out of this?
My dog can sense when I’m about to fart and will stay his nose near my ass crack to smell it and then run away in indignation after. I have no idea why he continues to do it when it clearly annoys him
My lardass cat has this weird cake infatuation.( Ha ha I know ). Not to feed. She likes to lay on them. I can’t count how many cooling cakes I had to throw out because she decided to take a nap on them. I have to hide them somewhere to cool and frost. I likewise had to buy a solid cake saver because she would lay on my old one and mash the eyelid into the cake.
My favorite was when my son turned one, we had the unwrapped cake sitting on the counter waiting for cake day, and she tried to lay in it. When I came in to get it all the frosting is drawn off in the centre for human rights and one pretty pissed frosting handled “cat-o-nine-tail” under my bed.
Yet she still does it.
We have a Great Dane/ greyhound mingle identified Keelah who, on occasion, absolutely must sniff my boyfriend’s belly button. I’ve ever seen a puppy get so derpy about it before. She’ll jump up and threw her paws on his shoulder and stay her nose in his stomach until he devotes in and draw his shirt up so she knows how smell. She’s actually, really weird.
Our cat pullings my dresser drawer open and sleeps in the socks after he organizes them into a cozy “cat bed” for himself.
Our golden retriever has 3 comfort blankets that he folds and carries around with him.
My SO’s dog, Lola, farts where reference is participate the car.
My best friend’s kitten( to whom I am a kitten aunt by proxy) has a new habit of running down the stairs at top speed and launching himself onto the sofa.
She swears he’s either going to kill her with a heart attack or he’s going to f ** prince miss the sofa and travel claws-first into her face, and she’s not sure which.
My dog smiles whenever he craves something. He started evidencing his teeth when he got excited to realize us after long periods( i.e. vacations) and we would say “What a somewhat smile! ” He induced the connection to the word and now will do it on command and pretty much whenever he craves our meat. Kind of like a “hey look I’m smiling, I’m pretty! ” Some people likely think it’s bad that he does it because he’s technically evidencing his teeth, but you can tell it’s not aggressive or in a bad way. I think it’s hilarious.
My cat enjoys to watch the lavatory flush for some reason – he would even come operating from other rooms in his home at the tone of a flush when he was younger. I guess it’s primarily harmless, but I have found toys in the toilet before the lid down principle was put in place( my presumption is so that he can watch them zoom around too ).
You know how felines, specially kittens will “nurse” on things? Like knead their paws and suction on something like a blanket?
Yeah, my 10 time old puppy does that.
My cat grinds through luggage to eat eat. Doesn’t matter the container or the kind of food. And because he salivates he was able to dissolve any kind of paper bag in a minute. It’s bizarre but he was a stray so I figure he to benefit from do that to survive.
My cat licks walls. often for 10 minute intervals. i wake up in the middle of the nighttime to the sound of his sandpaper tongue scritch-scratching at the wall.
My cat used to sit on my couch, like person or persons would with her 2 back legs outstretched in front of her, and then proceed to bend down and suction on her own teats while purring very loudly. It was weird.
My parrot is haunted with ears. He will happily invest 15 -2 0 minutes exquisitely munching on the rim of my ear, carefully rubbing his beak around the inside, and licking all over. Last-place period I considered medical doctors for a physical and she got to the otoscope part of the quiz, she exclaimed, “Wow, your ears are remarkably cleanse! ” Gee, I wonder why…
My chihuahua sneaks to her ocean bowl. We have no idea why. She does this almost every day at varied occasions. If her water is grime or if the dish is evacuate she will deter sneaking until the situation is fixed.
We don’t have pets in the main country the Netherlands where we reside but we got a ton of them in my fathers country Russia. We own a big piece of ground and a forest, with 23 white Russian wolves and 3 Caucasian owcharkas. The wolves have some odd habits and one of them is that they greet one another and their puppies by friendly biting them in their cervix, it was better that intimidates the shit out of guests and relatives that we typically have over.
After I take a shower, my collie mix insists on rolling in my towels.
When I have the towel on my head and I’m laying down .. He tries to roll in it.
If I’m sitting with the towel on my brain, he attempted to roll in it.
Then when I inevitability hurl them on the flooring he has a field day.
My cat “d be happy” with his eyes shut purring and layed down my side and then suddenly look in the direction of the corner of the chamber with his eye completely open. When I look there’s good-for-nothing there. It’s scary
My German shepherd is a hoarder. He has a obscuring place behind a chair and underneath a table, and he’s been building a stash that we have to go in every week or so and clean out. Usually it’s simply wrappers and random s ** t he “sneaks” out of our trash barrel. This last weeks clean out consisted of 3 of my oven mitts and a pudding beaker. He doesn’t chew on anything, he just likes to have stuff.
She stares at me while I sleep. From 3″ away. When I open my eyes all I check are these huge solid black eye in a weirdly diagonal white face.
I wake up remain convinced that I have been abducted by aliens.
One of our “cat-o-nine-tails” will climb up onto the back of our couch while we’re watching a movie or something and loudly clean his butthole.
My dog does this little boner dancing whenever he has a boner. He slides in the different regions of the floor and humps the breath rapidly until his doggy-boner goes down.
My cat swats/ perforates his water dish a few days before boozing it. It splashes everywhere. No clue why.
Just thought of something else! He is long haired floofy cat( peach/ blondie ), and we have a fuzzy blanket similarly coloured. My feline often licks it to cleanse it, mistaking it for himself.
My cat talks to herself if she sees no one is around. I’ll come home or go to a side of the members of this house that I haven’t been in all day and hear her meowing and chirping and howling. Once she realizes I’m there, she’ll stop. I’ve been able to sneak up on her a couple of periods and it’s pretty bizarre to watch. She’ll simply be walking around the room constructing voices. She doesn’t do it that often. I please I could catch it on video
Step 1: Decline the tennis ball into my hand so I can hurl it in the different regions of the chamber for him to fetch
Step 2: Retrieve the tennis ball and start chewing on it with his head halfway for the purposes of the couch
Step 3: Plunge the ball and have it roller to an unreachable distance for the purposes of the couch
Step 4: Stare at me and moan aloud until I am convinced to walk over to the sofa the ball is under and lay on the floor, struggling to reach far enough. Eventually I merely lift the couch so he can get far enough underneath it to grab the ball back
My cat “nurses” on a blanket “were having”. But only if the blanket is on me. It’s like the little f ** ker actually remembers I am his mother. He’s strange. He likewise likes to play retrieve and attempt people who come over to inspect. Weirdo.
My cat will sit in the tub for hours and meow at passersby to turn the ocean on for him. Then when someone finally gives in, he will splash around for about a minute and then start drag his big wet furry paws over someone/ my pillow.
Every morning he will excitedly hang over the leading edge of the tub, waiting for me to turn on the shower. Formerly I do, it takes him about two seconds to realise what’s going on, and then he panics and clambers as fast as he was able to out of the tub.
My cat nannies on his own posterior. He will creepily come up and set really close to you, bend in a projectile, and start sucking away at the end of his tail. Sometimes he’ll even gaze you in the eye while he does it.
I know it’s a consolation thing to him, I determined him alone when he was just a child, but it’s a pretty weird thing to do.
My cat Miles will run to the other side of the house and meow to his brother Murphy. You can tell it’s a “Hey !! Come check this out! ” and he’ll keep doing it until Murphy ultimately get up and goes to look. Sometimes though, Murphy says eff that and stays where he is, leaving Miles to meow at nothing for like an hour. Ultimately he’ll show up and look at Murphy like, “Didn’t you hear me !!? ” No but we did!
My male cat likes to stand in the corner, face the wall, and sing the ballad of his people. My female kitten said that she wished to meow at me and then disguise when I walk over to pet her. She’s a jerk.
My friend has a really bizarre “cat-o-nine-tail”, she adores to be spanked. She will lie down with her butt in the air for people to pat her right above the tail. The harder the better.
She also enjoys to be spun around on country offices chair, she jump-start up on the back of it and maintains on with her claws to be spun around. Spinning+ smacking her butt each time she extends= kitties bliss.
My rat adored snot and would grab all my use tissues to lick inside them.
My pit asks for permission every night before getting in bunk with us. We have never told him to stay off of furniture, but he always asks. He does that weird howling/ growl/ bark thing that “talking” dogs do.
My cat, O’Malley, will ever reek a new person’s shoes when I deliver people over. When he is finished, he appears over at me and makes a stupid face.
Not sure if this counts but my snake falls off of everything. Threw him around your neck he falls off. He falls when attempting to climb up or down my chair, desk, and always plops off my bed if I am not watching him. He will even get excited reeking something so he will point his head straight up and extend his body up until he falls backwards belly up. Will also do this while swallowing his food.
One of my three felines is a ogre. He is kinda fat but stocky/ muscular too. He is 6 and weighs about 20 pounds.
Anyways, he will lick plastic bags. We are always afraid he will suffocate himself because he will stick his head down inside the pouch and lick for as long as we’ll let him.
He likewise steals paper clip. My mama is currently working on her doctorate and she had mountains of papers and a lot of paperclips on them. The crazy feline would excavate through all of the papers and pull off the paper clips with his teeth. And he concealed them all for the purposes of the rug that was under the couch so we couldn’t consider them.
And he plays very rough. We found out the hard way that he enjoys being spanked. We caught him contending another “cat-o-nine-tail” and afforded him a tap on the behind to get him to stop, and he fell on the floor and started purring. And when I scratch his kuki-chin, he isn’t happy until I scratch as hard as I physically can, to the point where I belief I’m gonna dig up all of his fur.
She won’t eat unless both my husband and I are seated in the family room watching TV. It’s reasonably inconvenient on busy days.
My dog( a husky) will make a crack in his meat with his snout, then will yowl at the very near human like he’s hungry and there’s no food in the bowl, until you pick his bowl up, shake the crack out and throw it back down again. He will eat it then!
My cat licks people…all the time and all over. It’s odd when you wake up in the midst of the night being licked and recognise it’s not the dog doing it.
My Australian Shepherd likes to sneeze in the clean laundry as it comes out of the dryer. It has turned into a two person task to get laundry done without dog sneezes on it. One to distract the dog and the other to hustle the laundry into the basket and to safety.
Anytime we Hoover a carpet my Jack Russell has to ‘swim’ all over it, because God forbid it not have his hair on it :)
Also, he regularly sneakily drinks our bowls of tea.
My male dog licks my female bird-dogs cooch after she pees, then his lips and jaw quiver as he salivates. Freakin weirdo.
My cat is afraid of the dishwasher, I guess. Not the music of the dishwasher operate, the music of me taking s ** t out of it and putting it away. He is mostly silent, maybe a welcome meep when I get home. But the dishwasher…man. Mayhem. It’s been seven years and he still freaks the f ** k out every single time.
My English bulldog Shelby will sit with her back to me and try and look at me upside down by bending back until she falls down. She does the same thing in the car. I thought it might be vertigo but she just really seems to enjoy it.
When I’m away from my husky for more than about eight hours she is very likely roar at me and make a big deal, like she’s cussing me out.
Run run run, locks up front legs slide slide slide, roller roller rolling. How does she not break her cervix?
My pancho gets super worked up and then immediately believed to be must be free to drink water. This usually ensues in him coughing up any liquid he just booze and freaking out about coughing.
My sisters mastiff likes to sit down next to your leg and lean on your leg and stare at you but he’s so heavy he often pushes people over with his lean.
One of my felines likes to get in the lower limbs of bushes( and the Christmas tree, as it turns out) and only chill. Just sit there in the limbs, eight inches off the ground.
My cat likes hair ties. He swallowed one once and he proceeded to prance around the living room with the rubber piece hanging out of his asshole. I now have to hide them all so I’m not paying for surgery on his dumb ass.
My dogs also go around licking each other’s assholes and the felines assholes. They likewise won’t sleep unless they are buried under a blanket.
My female “cat-o-nine-tail” scratched her psyche on EVERYTHING and has a weird fascination with doing this on shoes.
My cat Wookie has an intense love of the bathroom. He will lay on the edge of the bathtub while I take a bath, will sit on the bathmat and watch us shower, and enjoys the lavatory. He adoration to watch it flush, likes to watch my husband pee( has gotten pees-pees on his head from trying to watch from the incorrect slant) and likes to try to pulling toilet paper up out of the lavatory while “its by” flushing, which is pretty gross. Weird cat.
Not mine but my SO’s dog, Bacon … Cannot poop unless he is backed up against something.
When we firstly started dating I to benefit from get at his apartment before he got off work so I would take the dog for a go. Like any male Bacon must pee on everything to ensure its his. Which meant sometimes I didn’t realize that he wasn’t sniffing the same place to pee but to find the prefect section in which to place his butt against and would tug him along and ruin the whole process … Which meant about five minutes of the behavior or him deciding to hold it.
My dog likes to eat beaded jewelry. I shouldn’t say devour, he sucks on it until it comes apart, and then he vacates it and acts innocent.
My dog take his blankey or his bunk and will suck on it with his eyes closed. We presume he thinks he’s nurse. He also occasionally humps his bunk before sucking on it. Harmless but weird as s ** t.
My GF’s cat turds in the litterbox, then immediately tries to cover it by making delving motions on the flooring/ wall next to the litterbox. Never inside. Not sure if dumb or simply a c ** t.
My Doberman said that she wished to climb up in couch with my SO and I, and only stare at us while standing over one of us.
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