ANSWERS: 28
  • No, they'd just look at the leash.
  • for 14 years my cat tiger ( avatar) leaves but he keeps coming back
  • Probably straight off, then he'd be like shit where'd you go? Why arnt you behind me? And most probably run home lol. The dog i'm talking about. Not so sure on the horses.. And when i used to let the rabbits run around the garden, they'd always hang close or be back within half the day.
  • Only if there was an assortment of delicious table food waiting outside for her.
  • I have and they don't. They know a good thing when they see it :)
  • yes..but just for a walk
  • i have 7 dogs, 7 acers, and no fence, they never go further enough to where i cant see them, and when i call, they come! i love my dogs :)
  • No they have to be shoved out the door sometimes to go outside and play for awhile. During remodeling of my kitchen and bathroom the front door was left open for a couple of days and they didnt step foot out of it. They know they have it good at home.
  • no I have to go first..
  • Excellent question!! Nope, they'd take a peek over the balcony and then come right back in. +5
  • my cat bounds out the front door as soon as it is open, but she hangs out in the front yard, she thinks she is a lion in all the scrub haha as soon as i pull up in the drive way she runs straight to the door wanting tobe let in. My puppy sits inside at the front door until we call him to come out. we live on a fairly busy road and he is too excited all the time. so we made sure to teach him to never go out there unless on the lead and when we tell him to come out =]
  • My goldfish, Clyde, wouldn't swim very far. Even if he didn't love me.
  • of course any pet that isnt a house pet would most deffinitly go out the door.
  • My boyfriend keeps doing that to me. No luck yet.
  • My girl cat will not wander past the front porch unless I'm with her, My boy cat would take of for a few hours, but he knows where his food and his soft bed are.
  • my dog has been known to dart out the door a few times but he comes back even though he knows he will be in trouble for running off ,, he got hit and it cost over $400 to keep him over nite at the vet hospital because he decided to run off ,,
  • The cat I used to have would disown me for a squirrel in the yard, lighting bugs, kids running around, snow flakes, ... darn near anything. Come dinner time it was my best friend.
  • I don't know who said THAT ; but I think they are crazier than a loon .... Pets are animals , after all. While they might LOVE their humans ; they have the instinct to wander and leave UNLESS they have been TRAINED by the humans to stay ... I've trained my dog NOT to go past the front door or out the garage door UNLESS he has on his leash ... and it works . he won't go past that invisible line .. +5
  • if it had to pee...yes
  • My two cats have a cat flap and come and go as they please, although both spend most of their time in the house or yard. My bird doesn't like people or open spaces and refuses to come out of his cage even if we open the door.
  • My older dog would, but only to play with and harass the neighbourhood dogs. She'll come back after a while.
  • Our door is open most of the time except for during the night, so my cats can leave when they want to. Hell, we even have a cat flap, but one of them don't know how to use it yet. He runs out occasionally, and then he returns the next day
  • Hell no, my cats get waited on hand and foot. The few times my older cat HAS gotten out, she sits wherever she is and meows until i find her. These cats are damn pampered, and know it, LOL!
  • No. My cats love me and are spoilt.
  • Maybe for a little bit but he's always back yowling to be let in again when its dinner time.
  • its wierd about my dog i usually open the door for him since he stands in front of it and when i open it he just stands there.
  • My cat, dog, duck, hens and birds could leave anytime they wanted to, but they don't. All except one of my horses remained on the property when they escaped their confines and one took off for greener pastures. Of course it just had to be the fat ass pony who at 36" high was too small for me to ride home.
  • Our two malamutes would wait until we'd disappeared then take off at a run. They love getting out, so we spend hours looking for them and then come home to find them sitting by the front gate, looking innocent. Grrr!

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