Beefeater…On the Loose and Dangerous

I just happened to be out in my front yard this morning around 5:30 AM admiring the sunrise, when who should I see jogging up the street but Karen and Beefeater.  It was an unpleasant shock because she had told me that the dog would now always wear a muzzle outdoors and around my family and he was NOT wearing a muzzle for his lil’ early morning run!

Nope, no muzzle.

Nope, no muzzle.

Of course Karen was surprised to see me, I guess she didn’t expect to get caught.  She said that Beefeater hated the muzzle so she didn’t think it would hurt to have him outside without it before anyone else was even awake.  I pointed out that it was not MY responsibility to live my life around Beefeater’s schedule and of course she agreed.

After school I looked outside and you won’t even believe what I saw!  Beefeater was out of their house with no muzzle, playing with Merlin. He seemed ready to attack and I could hear him growling from inside my house!

I was so terrified when I saw Beefeater ready to attack Merlin!

I was so terrified when I saw Beefeater ready to attack Merlin!

I called Karen right away and we were both crying when she came to get this dangerous, dangerous animal.  She said that her house had been all locked up and she had no idea how he had gotten outside.  Maybe he is a magician now.  Who knows?  I was pretty sure she would now see reason and have that horrible animal put down.  It is sad, sure, but what else can you do when you have a terrifying wild animal?  You wouldn’t keep a pet grizzly bear, would you?  I feel exactly the same way about a vicious Golden Retriever next door to my children.

Karen just called a few minutes ago and she apparently has found an animal rehabilitation clinic in Vermont where she is sending Beefeater for a few weeks to work on his recent aggressive behavior.  She asked if I still had the key to her back door which she gave me a million years ago (of course I don’t! I am sure I returned it to her last year).  Good luck to her, I guess.

6 thoughts on “Beefeater…On the Loose and Dangerous

  1. PSL Mom

    Oh my…not to be mean or anything but Karen sure has a big head! And no thigh gap either! I am kind of surprised you guys are such good friends. Somehow I had pictured all of your friends to be gorgeous and skinny. I wonder if she had Beefeater attack you because you are so much prettier than she is?

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  2. A Tranger

    You can tell by the look in his eyes that Beefeater is vicious. He may have rabies. Karen should get him tested.

    That school must be wrong about Merlin. He doesn’t even recognize a viscous dog when he sees one!

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    1. mythreeangles Post author

      He is truly a horrible animal and I pray every night that he doesn’t attack Karen in her sleep and torture her and make her regret keeping him after that vicious attack on me. It is like having a great white shark next door!

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  3. Kathfails

    PSL MOM is right. No thigh gap, no friend. By the way, I did not see your name on the PTA Harvest Festival volunteer list. I would do it, but am just too busy.

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    1. mythreeangles Post author

      No I am NOT on that list.

      First of all, I am very busy right now with our “Spin for Margot” event at the gym. We are raising money to buy buy some dinners for a friend while she is recovering from shin splints, and also raising awareness for shin splints. I think the health of my dear friend and awareness of this very critical medical condition is more important than some dinky school event.

      Also, did you see who is running it? Bethanne Mondry is a straight up bitch and her sons are all monkey faced little assholes. She actually had the nerve to tell me that I would never be allowed on one of her committees again after the Holiday Hullabaloo last winter, but of course I wouldn’t want to. She is very disorganized and constantly forgets to remind her volunteers to do their jobs.

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