Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I'M NOT THE BIGGEST BITCH IN THIS RELATIONSHIP

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 Here’s a book I know a lot of you are going to love because I’ve done doggy books before and many of you go crazy over them! And what an adorable cover, and oh, yeah, did I mention that many of my favorite authors took part in this anthology? 

It’s called I’m Not the Biggest Bitch in This Relationship: Hilarious, Heartwarming Tales about Man’s Best Friend from America’s Favorite Humorists, which was edited by Wade Rouse and includes essays from Sarah Pekkanen, Jen Lancaster, Jenny Gardiner, Beth Harbison, Laurie Notaro, Caprice Crane, Stephanie Klein, Alice Bradley, and a forward by Chelsea Handler’s Dog, Chunk. Many other fine authors contributed to this anthology, and you can win it here on MaNiC MoMMy.

If you’ve got a pet, whether it’s a dog, cat or any other type (and I know many of you do, because DAMN, you all let ‘em sleep in your freakin’ beds!), tell me how you let them rule a part of your lives.

If you don’t have a pet, tell me something else interesting about you, because if you’re not a pet owner, you’re still an interesting person. Oh, come on, YES YOU ARE! You HAVE VALUE! SURE YOU DO! I KNOW YOU DO!


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87 comments:

Margaret said...

I no longer have a pet but I did have a cat once. I just adored her! Actually I was living with my Mom (elderly at the time)and she wanted the cat and I didn't. Don't get me wrong I like pets but I had lived with numerous roommates who had cats and well the cat hair on everything etc. so anyway I just didn't want one. My Mom and my sister showed up with her and well what can I say she took over, my heart included. So that's my story.

Margaret(singitm)

Jeryl M. said...

My cat rules my life because even on the weekend when I just want to lay in bed and sleep late, I have to get up to feed her because she keeps meowing at me until I do.

jeryl.marcus@gmail.com

Terri said...

I technically still have a chow / rottweiler mix named Buddy, but she now lives with my ex-in-laws. I LOVE this dog! She totally ruled our lives. Whenever we went over to the in-laws, we would take her with us, and she would sleep in our bed (taking up half of it).

She's 14 now, and I know it's getting towards the end, but I'm not ready. This dog is the perfect combo of scary to strangers and loyal to her family. When I was pregnant, everyone told us we'd have to get rid of her, but she loved my girls so much, right from birth. She would sleep at the door of our oldest's room, and when the second came along, she shifted slightly so she was right inbetween both of their bedroom doors! She still does this when the girls spend the night at their grandparents!

Terri M.

MonaLisa said...

Our dog Sophie has only to knock on the door and I come running with a scrap of food. Well,that's what she thinks. Actually she sticks her nose to the little window beside the door to see if she can see me in the house. If she does she pecks on the glass with her paw. She did this once which reminded me I hadn't fed her so when I fed her I guess she figured all she had to do was ask.

jdstec said...

my dogs did rule the house until my youngest grandson came along, now that's his job.

Kayo said...

My dog Gus has a sensitive stomach, and every night for almost 6 years I have gotten up once or twice in the night to let him out. I never get angry at him, and I do fall back asleep quickly, but it is a pain...and thats why he rules! (if my kids had done that, I can't tell you how I would have reacted. lol)

Anonymous said...

My cat that I had for 16 years just passed away last week. She was 18 years old and lived a good life with us but I miss her. I had her even before I met my husband. When the two of them met, they were instantly jealous of each others relationship with me. Eventually the cat had to accept that he would be in my life but she wasn't happy about it. When hubby and I would snuggle, etc, she would always try to climb between us. I miss her lots.

-Donna W.

LIzzybethDJ said...

We have a dog (Diablo) and a cat (Abner). They both rule the house - each in his own way. Abner has his own glass to drink out of because he does not like bowls. Diablo, I've mentioned before on here, rules our roost by sleeping in our bed with us. The hubs and I have been known to wake up "squished" to the sides of the bed with the big boy hogging the complete middle of the bed.

Jessica said...

My dog (Haley) definitely rules my life. She is so cute so I don't mind it at all. She just had surgery to remove a tumor from her belly and she's been having some liver problems so she's gone through a lot. I can't even give her treats to make her feel better because now she's on a special diet because of her liver problems. She doesn't sleep in my bed because she would never want to but I definitely take her on really long walks. When it's hot out and I want to go home I keep going because I know how happy it makes her and that's all I care about. She's a sweetie.

Thank you,
Jessica M
walkingcorpse11@hotmail.com

ncsuloges said...

Are you kidding me? Our dog rules the house, no doubt. I was ready to kill her this morning since she decided to bark ALL NIGHT LONG. Ever since the new neighbors moved in she has been up all night barking. You see, she has a big ole crush on the neighbor dog. Cute but not at 3 am. She also has eaten my clothes and when I first moved in she would throw my people off the bed and in to the bathroom.

Katie said...

My dog rules mine and my husbands life. She is such a great dog though and honestly when she gives you that sweet face you can't be mad at her anymore if she has done something wrong. I have had dogs my whole life so I cannot imagine my life without one.

BrendaL71 said...

I don't have pets but if it were up to my daughter we would have a zoo. I just don't think I can handle the additional responsibility and cost. I grew up with pets my whole life but I just remember how much work they were. I prefer to visit and enjoy other peoples pets. Same thing with babies. I can borrow and return. LOL!

BrendaL71 said...

I currently do not have any pets but if it were up to my daughter we would have a zoo. I just can't take on the additional responsibility and cost. I did grow up my whole life with pets but remember how much involvement it took. I prefer to visit and enjoy others pets, like babies. I can borrow and return. LOL!

Megan said...

My cat, Eloise Peaches, sleeps with me and whenever she wants to take my spot in bed (I live alone and have a queen sized bed) I'll move for her. Or if she wants to come under the covers to sleep, like most nights, she'll wake me up and I'll lift the covers for her to come under. She's not spoiled at all...
ID Eloisepeaches (HA! now you know where my ID comes from!)

kathygold97778 said...

My dog, Buddy the Beagle, insists on sleeping in bed and under the covers...completely covered. He usually has to sleep by my feet and I occasionally have to get up and turn him around because I can't take the feel of his hot doggie breath of my feet. LOL!

Kathygold9778

Twins + 1 said...

We have an outside cat named Lucky. My daughter named him after her fav cereal, Lucky Charms. Of course Lucky only visits when he wants to eat. The rest of the time he roams the streets of our neighborhood.

Crystal said...

We have 2 dogs. I've had mine since before I met my fiance (since 2006); Chula was only 4 weeks old when we got her (her mother wasn't producing milk, she's a cocker who was actually being fed by a chihuahua so she had already been weened) and the WHOLE first summer I had her I went NOWHERE. I had to take care of my "baby". Also she does NOT like to be carried like a dog. She *must* have her arms around your shoulders and you must hold her close. :)

We got Nova in 2008 and she is my fiance's "discount puppy" (we picked her up from our Humane Society). Random nights he will say that "his girl" is gonna sleep with us tonight where she will proceed to lay in between the two of us (making an "H") with her head towards him and her "tail" towards me. I think we know who her favorite is...

crystal717

CAnative said...

We have 2 dogs and 3 cats! Nuff said.

Nicole

absolutahnie said...

our cat brad LOVES whipped cream.
he knows that his special treat appears from the magic silver box in the kitchen so every time i open
the fridge he's there...waiting. generally, he doesn't get his cream
until after dinner when he sits on the coffee table and cries at me to remind me but sometimes i'll give him extra because he's so cute!

Amy Goddard said...

We've tried really hard to not let our dog, Mia, rule our house. However, if I'm on the couch, you better bet she is either on my lap or snuggled right up next to me if I don't want her on me. She also always wants her belly rubbed so if you're not doing it, she will nuzzle her nose at your hands or swat like a cat to let you know you're not paying her enough attention.

Amy Goddard

Denise said...

Our dog Tino just generally owns the house. Every blanket in the house is his blanket, and he'll pile them up to lay on top of, or burrow under the big pile if he's cold. If you get out of your seat on the couch, he immediately jumps up into it to take the warm spot.

buttah said...

We have a female Boxer named Razz...she rules the roost sometimes! She hates to be "kenneled" in the laundry room, so she jumps over the baby gate. So when she does this, we give in and let her hang out in the "tv room" with little man. She will either cuddle with him on the floor or get in her little "cave" between the sofa and big comfy chair.

Melissa said...

We have a German Shorthair Pointer named Lilly. Basically she's my third child and thinks she's human. She's is finally mellowing out at 2.5. We got her after our other dog Sadie, got hit by a car. I really did this without thinking. My husband was so heartbroken that I agreed to a new puppy. However, having a 10 month old baby and a preschooler at the time, was not the best timing. We should have waited a bit. Melissa Rem

Juliet Farmer said...

i have two cats and a dog, all of whom rule my and my husband's lives. the cats are both snackers, and on different kinds of food, so they have to be fed separately and we can't just leave food out. i'm on day duty, since i work at home, and my husband gets nights, when he is often up 3-4 times to feed one of the cats. as for the dog, she is getting older and she's already delicate, both in disposition and body (she's a greyhound), so i don't travel anywhere i can't take her. i miss some thing, but it's also a built in excuse not to do stuff with the inlaws sometimes, too. :)

LynnBelo said...

I've never had a dog, butif it were left up to me (and if I had a house with a yard), I think I would have at least 3 dogs and probably a smattering of other animals too!. I would love to have a newfoundland, a great dane, and some kind of smaller dog.

Ready To Be A Momma said...

I have 3 dogs who rule everything. They are pretty much the rulers of the house and I just live here.
qweska8402

Lindsay Elizabeth said...

I grew up with dogs, and want one SO badly... just not fair to have one in a city apartment they need a yard!

Jenn3128 said...

I have 2 cats at home, Sixx & Seven. Sixx is the nosiest cat I've ever heard. As soon as she hears me get out of the shower she starts wailing for her breakfast. Of course, I run to feed her, I don't want her to wake the sleeping children!

kimmy25 said...

i have two dogs that just had puppies!

Stacey said...

One bossy dog Brook and one mean cat macintosh!

Melissa said...

Please include me in the overall raffle, but not for this specific book. I'd rather it go to someone who would absolutely love it!

-tmd636

Neckmeat said...

Jager (the dog) has this way that he can always convince me to take him outside for a walk. He gives me this look like he's gotta go sooooo bad, but really just wants to go outside & lick up other dogs piss. LOL Stupid dogs! I always fall for it though!!

Bernadette7 said...

My Mom had two cats she got right after my father passed away. Now 5 years later she shold her house and couldn't take the cats with her. My fiance being the big old softy he is volunteered to take them in at our house. They now rule his life b/c he is obsessed with feeding them, playing with them and letting them outside about a thousand times a day. My life I am proud to say has pretty much stayed the same with the exception of aving to add kitty food, litter and lint rollers to my weekly shopping list.

Sherry said...

I have Malcolm , a terrier, corgi, datsun mix? Hair, attitude like a terrier and heard like a corgi--I think he thinks the cats are sheep LOL Also have 2 cats, Oreo and Penelope and fish--we definitely are pet people that treat out pets like family:)

robynn78 said...

My bloodhound Hops, rules my life to some extent.. he is like another child to us, sleeps in our bed, gets treats, sees the groomer once or twice a month, absolutely spoiled, but I wouldnt have it any other way. I always wanted a big hound dog, and my husband who never knows what to get for me for any occasion, bought Hops for me as a surprise last year. He has been the best dog.. Brian often wonders if I love him more.. maybe I do hehee. :o)

Ally said...

Honestly my dog is at the bottom of the totem poll around here. With three kids ages four and under she is kind of on her own, but she handles it well.
Ally N

Jezebel's Mama said...

My dogs have to go next door EVERY morning for "breakfast" (their food in wet form with chicken breast and a veggie thrown in for taste. The M-I-L lives there and they have to visit "Grandma" or they drive me crazy.

Kari said...

My boyfriend and I have two dogs, Simba (a golden) and Gizmo (a terrier mutt). Both sleep with us and like clockwork, Simba will wake ME up at 7am to let him out. And because he's my baby, I will get up every single time no matter how tired I am. My boyfriend says he never does this to him when I'm not there. The things we do for them :)

Kimmi said...

I'm an accidental crazy cat lady and run kind of a small-scale rescue out of my garage. The cats are allowed to run free during the day, but when darkness falls, they know to come in so I can feed them and "tuck them in" for the night. My friends call it "herding" and know not to call just as the sun sets, as I'm preoccupied with administering meds, cleaning litter boxes and getting their dinners ready. Many times, someone has called and before my boyfriend can tell them what I'm up to, my friend will say "I know she can't come to the phone because she's doing the round-up". It's a crazy life, but it's my life. :)

P.S. Spay and neuter!

Susan said...

We used to have a chocolate lab named Gus that could hear when I was pouring popcorn into my bowl. He would come into the kitchen to get some. And I, of course, would always drop a handful on the floor for him to eat - whoops, how did that happen?

He also knew when I was making caramel corn. He would stand and watch the floor waiting for some to drop out of the pan as I was stirring the batch. And yep, some always made it to the floor!

Books & Reviews said...

My little chihuahua, Billy rules the house. When we first got him we had a no sleeping in the bed or on the furniture rule---- yup that rule ended fast. I could not resist that face. We also take him to the dog park every night and he goes nearly everywhere with us including vacations! Did I mention he only drinks bottled or filtered water.

Margie said...

For 16 years...we had the best black lab ever. She was such a part of the family. I miss her!

Bev V said...

The "not-my-cat" (she's my daughter's who first went to college and now lives in her own apartment, but didn't take the cat) sleeps wherever, whenever she wants. Including under the covers of my bed! Needless to say there is cat hair everywhere!

Chick Lit Central said...

I grew up with pets and even had a cat of my own for almost 10 years. I am no stranger to pets. I did however not let the cat sleep in my bed. I will let my kids sleep in my bed even though I know they shouldn't, but they're so sweet and cuddly at 3 am. :)

Melissa A from CLC

Krystal said...

Our dog rules my life because.... I am the one who lets him sleep in the bed. My husband is ready to kick him out, but I'm not... he's my snuggle buddy! :)
kndyer

Jeffie T said...

Only one outside cat for me. I have allergies and can't have any inside pets, but I have to have a cat around - rodent police.

cindy r said...

SASSY rules our life and we are better people for it ... we rescued her in June, or rather she rescued us. She's a 17-lb. shih tzu. We had lost our shih tzu, Princess when she passed in December. Up until then, we had been lost. SASSY came into our life, and now order and a sense of purpose has been restored. I'm sure she would agree. cindyinmiami writeoncindy@yahoo.com

faithspage said...
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faithspage said...

I'm with Melissa, just commenting for the raffle.

I don't own any pets. But I can stick my fist in my mouth!!

kyfaithw at aol dot com

Carie Casey said...

no pets now, but I did have a pair of Jack Russell Terriers named Bo and Luke. I used to have to come home at lunch or they would eat through things.

Carie

animallover75 said...

I'm one of those who lets 5 pets sleep with me. The biggest being an18 lb cat who wakes me up at 5:00am every day because he's hungrey.
I already read this book and think its fantastic. Please give to another animal lover.
Can you just put me in the final drawing.

Anonymous said...

oFirst of all I am a five-star hotel girl, unless I am flying somewhere or going to an island, we take our dogs with us on vacation and you know what that means, holiday inns ugh. But they don't like to be left behind on weekend trips to vermont or the country. My dog sitter just moved away to Fla. my little one is very fussy, but my big doggie will stay with anyone who will give him treats. So my dogs rule my short getaways and make me give up luxury.

Carly said...

My cats rule everything. They wake me up early on the weekends to be fed. I share my pillow with the oldest female. My youngest male pushes the food bowls from the counter when they are running low, spilling any remaining food. I bought them a pet fountain so they can drink running water.
It doesn't end.

Carly H

Liz said...

I have a dog, Lulu, who is "not allowed on the bed," per my husband, who is obviously the pack leader. Before we had babies, I had a job where I started later and could sleep longer. The second she heard my husband shut the garage door, she bolted upstairs and jumped up on the bed to snuggle. I miss this now that I'm up at God-knows-when.

Dani In Chicago said...

my cat wakes me up at 4 in the morning to feed her. it's a recent thing. she's old sick so I tolerate it. good thing i have no problem falling asleep.

michelle m! said...

2 dogs & 2 cats, well for one, they all sleep in my bed...at the same time as me!they fip their bowls, scratch at the door, i am always at their beck and call and i adore each one of them :)

BRN2SHOP9 said...

I had a fish named Goldie. Original right?

Kristi said...

Our dog rules our house more than I do. He sleeps in our bed, hangs out with us, when we get ice cream he gets his own, he gets really expensive food and all natural treats, sweaters, etc. His favorite thing to do is go on golf cart rides when we're at our camp. My husband has to take him for a ride at least once a day.

Anonymous said...

Our chocolate lab, Bailey, is our first "child". Bailey was our wedding present to ourselves nearly 10 years ago and he has ruled the house ever since. He does not, however, sleep in our beds (anymore). Instead, Bailey must be in the center of all four family members at all times. During the day, he positions himself to where he can see all the entrances to the various rooms we may be in, which means he can usually be found blocking the central hallway. At night, he sleeps in the living room centrally located to all three bedrooms and often wakes us all up as he "talks" in his sleep. Love that dog!

~Colbey J

Emma S. said...

I used to have a dog growing up, and she definitely ruled the roost. I used to feed her all the food from my dinner I didn't like. She ate very well, ham, pork chops, steak, etc.

ludy2288 said...

our dog charlie picks his spot in bed before we do. Most of the time we wake up with him on our pillows curled around our heads or laying on his back between us with the covers tucked up to his chin

Emily said...

No pets, not even growing up - my mom was/is allergic to everything - so the only thing I ever had was goldfish...or some tadpoles, once. Anyway, my most recent pet was in college; a fish that I named Mr. Sexypants. He lived for MONTHS, despite the fact that I forgot to feed him (a lot), change his water, etc. When it seemed he had finally gone belly-up, I put him in the toilet and flushed...and he started swimming around fairly ferociously. I guess maybe he hadn't been dead, just sluggish from the water being dirty? It was terrible.

Emily116

Kristin Shelburne KY said...

My dogs completely rule my life. They have influenced what cars I buy and what house I bought. Anything to make them happy! They sleep with me, eat half my dinner (great weight loss plan by the way)and I make sure they are not left at home too long alone and feel bad if I haven't spent quality time with them.

Lizett34 said...

I do not have any pets as of right now but I desperately want a dog, maybe two =)!

Leah B said...

Somehow my dog manages to take up 1/2 of our king size bed each night! Spoiled is not even the word, but do we kick her off...nope.

BethC said...

We have a Shiatzu and she doesn't rule my life....she rules my kids lives...which is perfect for me!

Anonymous said...

Love Wade Rouse - not a pet owner currently, but had dogs, cats, gerbils in the past and now a lot of wild bunnies, birds, squirrels and chipmunks in my backyard. Our bunnies get fed carrots constantly. We buy carrots for ourselves and then carrots for our wild bunnies and will even make a separate trip to the store for the bunnies' carrots. JillFay

your invisible pixie said...

I used to have cats, and one of them would sleep in my bed at night and chew on my hair. even though I knew this, I still let her sleep in my bed!

Karen said...

I have two dogs...Rebel and Dixie. They are awesome! Dixie is currently sporting one pink bow in her hair from her beautification yesterday...which clashes with the red and white striped sweater she stole from Rebel. She just stared and me and shook yesterday (it finally got below 80 degrees here in AL) and would actually been a strong contender for "Dramatic Performance by a Canine" if the Academy offered such a thing. :) ktmixon315

Hally said...

We have a lab/husky mix that is the biggest love with my kids.

fourkidsmom4 said...

I grew up with a small house dog, but I won't allow my kids to have pets... I am a mean mom... (our life is just too crazy) but we do have a blue beta named Bernie.

Kristi said...

I have 2 dogs and no children, so you do the math. My dogs are pretty much the only thing that can get me up out of bed early when I don't have somewhere else to be. I love sleeping in and am pretty damn good at it. But if I know my dogs are waiting to go out or if we've just returned from out of town. You better believe I'm up as early as possible because I don't want them to suffer one second (especially when I've been gone and had to board them.) Trust me, though, they are totally worth it!

Kristi Hooke

LeslieB1983 said...

My dog tells me when to go to bed, and when its time to leave someone's house if we are visiting. He whines at me till I give in.

Dolly said...

My Tonkinese Koko is 13, and is becoming an old man...a spoiled old man. He now wants me to carry him around the house most of the time (there's nothing wrong with him, he just loves me).. He climbs up on my shoulder and 'rides' to the bedroom at night, our new ritual.

Becki**** said...

Two dogs: Tasha a German Shepherd who thinks she is also a cat and a pomeranian because she imitated everything the other animals did when she was a pup. And Princess, the Pomeranian who thinks she is QUEEN

Peter the Cat is no longer with us . .. .

Kelley said...

We just had to put our dog down in May. But she was our first kid! She was an awesome black lab, and she used to sleep with us (until her legs couldn't get her up on the bed anymore!!) and it was like having another person in the bed!! She was a total bed hog!!

krstrpp said...

If I weren't allergic, I'd have a dog. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book.

Leslie said...

I thought my dog (Laila) and cat (Jeter) ruled until I read the comments here! Not so much :) The dog sleeps on a bath mat on the floor at the foot of my sons bed, although he would love to be on the bed. Frankly he weighs more than the 10yo. And the cat sleeps whereever he wants...because he is a cat and that's what they do! LeslieGC

Kim W. said...

I don't have any pets now as my husband is allergic to cats and we don't have the time to make for a dog right now....BUT being a cat lover, I used to have a cat I named Bobby. Bobby would greet me at the door every single time I came home. He would come up, sniff at my feet and legs, and then drop to the floor and roll around and meow and purr. The funny part to this is that if I stayed away for one night or longer, when I finally did come home, Bobby would literally give me the cold shoulder. He wouldn't greet me at the door, he would sit on the window sill and ignore me!! This happened every single time, without fail! Funny cat....still miss him! He was the best cat ever!

Read Baby Read said...

My dogs rule my life because when I put on a pair of tennis shoes, they think we are going for a walk, and "talk" to me. They guilt me into walking them. I should thank them, but I'm a lazy butt, so it just irks me.

Philly said...

I have a dog and he definitely controls my life! Not only do I always think about him when it comes to travel or doing anything that will keep me away from the house for an extended amount of time, but my phone has hundreds of pictures of his cute face!
-Philly5

Amy R. said...

My heart melts every time my dog's little stumpy tail wags at me, so I have no choice but to shed her with lots of love!

IandSsmom said...

Well I have 4 cats and an african grey parrot so that pretty much sums up how they rule my life!!! :) They are each more spoiled than the last one!

The Poty's said...

My dog is a bit of a princess, laying on the couch isn't good enough for her she needs a blanket or a pillow on top of the couch to be comfy. She gets to go to Grandma's house with the girls every week. But she does not sleep in my bed!

DaphneSFL said...

We have 2 dogs; an 11 yr. old shih tzu named Ginger, and, a 4 yr. old lab-mix named Evie. They both sleep in our bed, we bought a larger car to accommodate them on road trips, and when we can't travel with them, we spend an indecent amount of money for boarding for them at a fancy pet hotel. I wouldn't have it any other way.

shani Cavazos said...

My 100lb Lab just passed away but when he was with us, he was always with us. Yes he slept in bed with us. I never slept better than when he rested his head on my stomach.

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