15 Pet Owners Share The Creepiest Thing They've Ever Seen Their Pet Do


 

1. I can imagine that sound and I really wish I hadn’t!

“I have a blind doberman that does something my wife and I refer to as “chutter”.

Now he has one semi-formed eye, but the other one just never came in. There is a flesh patch where his left eye should be. Every now and again when he smells something he really, really likes, he’ll chutter.

This is when he exhales like a serial killer and clicks his front teeth together quickly and pulls his front lips back. He’ll do this after smelling used tampons in the trash, sniffing your crotch, or in the middle of the night when you are most vulnerable. It’s unsettling.” Stabby_McStabbinz

2. Where’s that dog?!

“My dog does this thing that I call “bilocating.”

It’s basically when you think he’s in one area and he’s actually not, he’s somehow managed to stealth past you without you noticing. An example of this is you may think he’s outside sleeping in the garden because that’s where you last saw him, yet you go to the toilet and find him sleeping in the hallway and you’ve been in the living room the whole time and you didn’t see or hear him go by.

I guess this is common with a small breed of dog, bit he’s a fairly large husky and we have tiled flooring and you can hear the clipping of his claws on the floor when he passes. It freaks me out when he does this. I swear he’s teleporting.” Glitchypink

3. Why are you doing this?!

“My dog crawls around the perimeter of the room on her belly.

She does this while maintaining constant eye contact.” this_trombonegal125

4. I’ve never heard of a cat DROWNING mice!

“She started drowning mice.

The first time she caught a mouse, we weren’t really sure what to do, but a relative suggested we drown it in front of the cat while praising her loudly. So she would know she did a good thing, but also to show her the mouse was dead and gone.

Then the next day, she caught another mouse. She took it to the same room and drowned it in her waterbowl, left it floating until my husband saw it, and then purred loudly at him. She caught another mouse, and this one she drowned and then brought it to me to show off. We no longer have mice and she does it to her toys now.

I eventually found out that this is a pretty normal cat thing. The prey drowning. But for that first little while I thought we had a creepy kitty serial killer on our hands.” kirastorm

5. That’s not something you want to wake up to!

“I was freaked out and yelled at it, only to see the shape of ears perk up on this figure and it jumped up onto my bed. Turns out to be my dog, who had been standing on the ground with his paws on the bed, standing over me and watching me sleep.” cmack84

6. That’s too creepy for life!

“My cat used to excessively meow at nothing.

Especially when he was a kitten at night, which is pretty normal, but in his case it looked like he was staring at someone and meowing directly at them. It used to creep me out cause, ya know, ghosts.” CooperDahPooper

7. It’s only a matter of time!

“I regularly wake up to my cat standing on my chest staring at my face point blank.

Not sure if he wants breakfast or is considering smothering me in my sleep… only time will tell…” TriceratopsHunter

8. Don’t mess with Chester

“This squirrel used to mock my cat Chester.

He would do this for many months just outside the window, on a low hanging tree branch. This squirrel would chatter and snicker at the cat and snap its tail.

Well Chester was patient.

He waited for his opportunity to attack and finally one summer day I get home from work and there’s the squirrel — brutally eviscerated and left on our porch with its head hanging from a wire-like muscle in its neck or shoulder.

My cat was waiting patiently to be let in, licking his paws and purring over this massive squirrel corpse.

When I was cleaning the carcass up off the porch I realized that the cat had eaten its privates… ripped a huge hole in the animal right between its hind quarters.

Later that year Chester got out again and never returned, presumably to hunt down every last squirrel in our neighborhood, for the rest of his life. Up until the fall months he would still bring carcasses and drop them on our porch but I never saw him waiting to get in and when the snow started flying the carcasses stopped showing up.

We looked everywhere for him. Put up many a flyer and tried desperately to get him to come home but I guess he met his doom somewhere in the nearby forest.” AtheistComic

 




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