posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 03:02 PM
I don't really know what's happening in the rest of the world. But: I live in Costa Rica and we just had a pretty good sized earthwake. My
Spanish is not really good, so I don't know the maginatude. But I have 5 dogs and they were all in our house with us when the earthquake struck I
grew up in Florida and have never felt anything such. I have a 120lb. Doberman, named Bob, a 70lb. Rottweiller puppy named Daisy Mae, a 90lb.
Siberian Husky, named Lobo, a 35 lb. Border Collie, named Misty and a little street dog, named Joe Joe. When the earthquake hit they all headed for
our outside gate. It's a 26ft wide solid metal gate. So anyway, we live in the mountains, it's rural here. Lot's of country, they were anxious
for about an hour, then my Rott took up residency at the gate door, but I quess the earthquake upset the lock to our entrance door, and so all 5 got
out and went up the mountain, I had to get the car and go and pick them up. We are all good now, upstairs in our bedroom and they are finally
To make a long story short. One earthquake, not real big, but scary. My dogs reacted. There is no way the animals at Yellowstone are not reacting,
we are just out of the loop.
I have never had all five dogs escape at once. We have two puppies, our Rott. and our Dob. one's a year and one's 6 months, the other dogs have
been trained not to leave site.
So to make a long story short. We had one earthquake, my husband sayes about a 3 here and our dogs are going crazy. Garbage about Yellowstone, the
animals have to be showing signs, 300 to 400 of these.