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 Post subject: Dog eats offerings
PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 6:05 am 
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This is probably how he came to be a dog in the first place…


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 Post subject: Re: Dog eats offerings
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Good Dog :twothumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Dog eats offerings
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Yep, dogs 'll do that if you leave food lying around too long. So will some teenagers in my place. The dog usually makes less mess.


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shaunc wrote:
Yep, dogs 'll do that if you leave food lying around too long. So will some teenagers in my place. The dog usually makes less mess.
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It's worth seeing the rest of the article. I laughed so much that I cried!

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 Post subject: Re: Dog eats offerings
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In the early days of Samye Ling the old house was overrun by rats...who helped themselves liberally to to puja offerings..sometimes in the middle of puja. :o


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 Post subject: Re: Dog eats offerings
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Here's the original; take a look at the comments (some of them are a riot)

http://www.dogshaming.com/2013/04/buddha-beagle/

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 Post subject: Re: Dog eats offerings
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[quote="smcj"]This is probably how he came to be a dog in the first place…
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Dear 'smcj',

Thanks for the funny picture/story....in Thailand..so many Thai temples allow dogs/cats/chickens to live around ...even feed them with the left-over-almsfood.

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