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And the dog fell into a funk.

Gordon knows what suitcases mean. And he is NOT happy.

Amy Vansant

Amy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries.
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  1. Abby

    Ha. Yes! Isn’t that nuts? Our old dog knew the second we brought up a bag that we were leaving him and he grew extra ornery and needy/depressive/annoying.

    What was super weird though was without us telling him, he knew the day that he had to go get his hair cut. Somehow he knew, and the whole day he would refuse to get off the couch. Animals are amazing…

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    • Amy Vansant

      He freaks us out all the time with the things he knows. Dogs may not be able to speak or understand things you told them 1000 times, but they recognize patterns and feel vibes like GENIUSES.

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  2. Lance

    Buddy the golden retriever pouts and hides when I pack for a business trip or whatever. I think he calls his shrink and listens to The Smiths until I come back.

    cute dog

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  3. Christian at Point Counter-Point Point Point

    Growing up we had a dog that the second a suitcase was brought out she would start barking until we put her in the car. And there she would sit for hours until we would finally finish packing and were ready to go. I wonder what part of their natural instincts makes them not want to miss out on a vacation.

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    • Amy Vansant

      I think pack animals are just terrified of losing the pack. Especially when we work at home and the pack is ALWAYS THERE. Physically, anyway.

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  4. SarcasticNinja

    Our cat just plops down in the suitcase as soon as it comes out. If there are already clothes in the case? Even better.

    Poor Gordon.

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  5. Jamie

    That is so very true. Our cats will even lie in the suitcases when I bring them out. It’s like . . . take us with you.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Gordon would probably be 50% “take me with you no matter what” and 50% “except make sure I’m like, really really comfortable.”

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