Bah. The mutt totally cheated.Russ' Article said:Faith is trained to summon help by pushing a speed-dial button on the phone.
For pushing the right button, true. But what about this part of the report, "Faith . . . barked urgently into the receiver until a dispatcher sent help. Then . . . unlocked the front door for the police officer. "I sensed there was a problem on the other end of the 911 call," said dispatcher Jenny Buchanan. "The dog was too persistent in barking directly into the phone receiver. I knew she was trying to tell me something."Tom Mattson said:Bah. The mutt totally cheated.
If you relate one more misadventure (I read your Journal, ouch!) I think I am going to have to nominate you for PF's funniest person (sorry Saint).Evo said:My cat called 911 once, by accident. The cat jumped on the phone, knocked the receiver off and walked across the keypad. I heard the 911 operator from the receiver on the floor and tried to tell her the cat called, but she said that they had to respond to every call and a sheriff was on his way. He looked a bit perplexed when I tried to explain it to him.
Now I am forced to tell you about my other 911 encounter.Les Sleeth said:If you relate one more misadventure (I read your Journal, ouch!) I think I am going to have to nominate you for PF's funniest person (sorry Saint).