Monday, February 5, 2018

BFTB NETWoof News February 5, 2018

Bentley Basset Hound: “Hello and welcome to this week’s BFTB NETWoof News. As always, we have fetched the best animals reports from across the world. What is our top story, Pierre?”
BFTB NETWoof News with two dog news anchors
Pierre Westie: “Well, we had a ‘ruff’ time selecting the top story because there are some crazy things happening in the animal world. We decided to start with one that had us all shaking our heads. It is not a happy story but one that needs to be told so that it never happens again. #WhenWeKnowBetter
   Spy stories have been around for years but this government attempt to spy on the Russians was far from purr-fect. In the 1960’s the CIA had a secret plan to turn cats into walking undercover agents. Operation ‘Acoustic Kitty’ involved implanting a microphone and transmitter in a defenseless cat then sending it to be a spy. Needless to say, it was a huge failure. Seriously, who thought this was a good idea? Sometimes I wonder how humans have survived this long!”
BFTB NETWoof News with two dog news anchors
Bentley: “Good grief! Everyone knows cats can be sneaky but that is ridiculous.
   This next report reminds me of a few dog friends of mine but I won't mention any names. A family noticed their dog was not feeling well so they took it to the vet. Trying to prepare the family for the worst, they were told it could be cancer. An x-ray soon brought both good and surprising news. The dog did not have cancer. Instead, it had 8 pairs of undies in its belly! That would be surprising by itself, but this black Lab had also consumed four rubber bands, a bandaid, and 62 hair ties. The photo is of our adorable Weather Girl Paisley but she has been known to eat a few odd things too!  
   What’s the most unusual thing your pet has ever eaten?”
BFTB NETWoof News with two dog news anchors
 Pierre: “We like to include all sorts of animals on BFTB News so today, we have a shout-out for a hero pig named Lulu. She was an unwanted birthday gift that ended up with the recipient’s mom and everyone is glad that she did. The woman had a heart attack and Lulu ran to find help. She managed to open the front gate then go into the street where she lied down to attract help. Finally, a man stopped, and she took him to her human where he called for an ambulance. Lulu is a true hero!”
BFTB NETWoof Sports with two dog announcers
Bentley: “Did you watch the Puppy Bowl or the Kitten Bowl? We admit to switching between the two epic battles and loved them both! Congratulations to the 2018 Puppy Bowl champs, Team Fluff, and the winners of the Kitten Bowl, the Pouncy Panthers! We hope shining a spotlight on these adorable adoptable dogs and cats leads to lots of new homes for these sweet pets. Those pets and families will be the real winners.
   What does the weather look like this week, Paisley?”
BFTB NETWoof Weather with our Weather Lab Paisley
Paisley the Weather Lab: “Winter still has a grip on our friends in the north. They can expect more snow and frigid temperatures. Parts of the southeast will get some snowfall too. Y’all be safe out there!
   The Pacific Northwest will be wet along with some of the Rocky Mountain region. Along the west coast it will be sunny and mild while the east coast is going to have showers. There is a chance of storms in the south too. 
   Always check with your local weather authorities for updates and warnings. Have a wonderful week.”
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18 comments :

  1. 8 undies? wow... that was tooo much... wqe only have 7 stomaches, so with 8 it was a problem.... and the hair tie and rubber band-dessert was probably not the best idea ;O)))

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  2. Hehe, was that pup was helping out doing the laundry?????
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Bailie ate a scrunchy she found on the street as a pup. Mom was mortified but five days later she puked it up. Thankfully, we don't eat strange things usually. Great news as always. Have a wonderful week.

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  4. Another wooftastic report!

    Imagine, Cats! HuMans....

    Yikes! That pup thinks the world is his grazing board.

    Pigs are so smart! Too smart sometimes. I know, I live with one, my pigbro GG.
    We used to live with 3 but sadly Moss & MiG have have passed on.
    Hip Hip Hurray for LuLu!

    Nose nudges,
    CEO Olivia

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  5. We thought all cats were spies.

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  6. Another great weekly report, guys! Pawsome Puppy and Kitten Bowls. All our teams won yesterday 😉
    Your fur-iends,
    Sam & Elsa 🐾

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  7. Yay for Lulu ! We missed the Puppy and Kitten Bowls, we'll try to watch a replay. Purrs

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  8. Oh my word I'm stunned and amazed at what that Lab ate...jumpin' catfish.
    I, Madi(son) D Cat have never eaten anything that was not food of some sort....now my litter mate Lucy (who was owned by my Uncle) at a penny when she was about 9 months old. OMCs was that an expensive penny...$699.99 cents to remove it. Normally $700.00 but the vet kept the penny in her tummy
    hugs madi your bfff

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  9. Cat spies and pig heroes....now that's an interesting week!!
    We can't watch the puppy or kitten bowl because Luke gets too excited! He thinks TV is real. LOL
    I don't think Luke has eaten anything too odd...mostly just toys and some clothing (luckily in pieces, not whole!).
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  10. Angle Greta once ate an earplug. It took a few days but it came out
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  11. Rosy ate a leaf this morning....Jakey has been known to climb up and eat whole treat bags if Mama leaves them on the kitchen table!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Arty & Jakey

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  12. Another FABulous Newscast fellas, and Paisley! Wells, I likes to eat Ma's plants. Sometimes they come back up and Ma isn't happy, cause I"m veeeery sneaky,and she is mad that she didn't notice. I sometimes eats paper stuffs. not on purpose, butts sometimes when I'm shredding the recycling, the spitwad gets in my toothers and it just HAS to be swallowed. ☺ Other than that, no. ☺
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  13. That lab must have been REALLY hungry! :) Our german shepherd, ShivaMarie, chewed a giant hole in the drywall of our exercise room! Ben was out of town and I had to hire a contractor to re-drywall and paint before Ben got home! We will never forget that. But, she was a typical german shepherd puppy...in to everything! Unfortunately, a short time later she was chasing a rabbit and was hit by a car. I will never forget her. :(

    Lulu the pig was a real hero! Who knew that pigs would be that sensitive? Lulu will probably get very special treatment for the rest of her life!

    We have yet another snowstorm on the way for Wednesday...6 to 12 inches of snow...

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  14. I didn't get to see the puppy bowl.

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