|Dorah likes curling
|Daisy demonstrates the technique
Here is an example each...
1. Dorah was playing on the chair the other day, I was in the kitchen beside the dining room. I could see her.
Here is a photo I snapped of Daisy, playing on the same type of chair.
I looked over at Dorah, who had her head in between the rungs, and was sliding down, with a paw stuck in under her jaw. She couldn't breathe. I had to pull her up and get her unhooked.
2. Today, Daisy was trying to get some toy out from under the stove, when her left claw got stuck in the sliding mechanism for the bottom oven drawer. I couldn't pull the drawer out, she was stuck up to her armpit. I couldn't move her paw back to unhook the claw, since she was at the end of her arm.
|Playing in snow
I lifted up the stove with a wooden stick. But she couldn't unhook her claw. I then lifted up the stove, hoping she could slid under and unhook, but she didn't get the concept of relaxing her claw. Then the stove began to fall out of my hands. She disappeared under the stove and suddenly ran out. What a relief.
Many hugs all around.