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Posted : 7/5/2007 1:11:49 PM
I wonder if any of hte stories abut pets finding their way home, across vast distances are true. That would take awesome memory
Posted : 7/5/2007 1:29:24 PM
HOWEVER, My sister brings her dog to my house every time she comes to visit (weekly) and the moment she turns on to my street the dog starts to go crazy with excitement!! I believe its scent, she know the smell associated with coming to my house.
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Posted : 7/9/2007 11:30:16 AM
Sasha seems to remember everyone she's ever met. People and dogs. For instance, strange dogs freak her out, but if we run into a dog she knew as a puppy (she's 5.5 now) she gets happy and excited. And people? She goes nuts with joy to see people she hasn't seen in years.
Posted : 7/9/2007 3:51:10 PM
It wasn't memory, he was in a car carrier covered up when we moved - he didn't watch and see the route. I can't even imagion that there is enough scent for them to pick up on for 3.5 miles but... somehow, some way this cat found his way back home - twice!
Posted : 7/9/2007 5:36:57 PM
Do you guys think there's a time limit on these memories? How long do they remember familiar places? Or familiar people/animals?
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