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What kind of shop help do you keep around?

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Dave F

08-23-2014 06:29:32
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I'm not much of a cat person, or dogs for that matter, but every once in a while a good one comes along and I don't mind them being around.
This one was orphaned back in March and my mom basically adopted it, bringing it into her house with the intent to send it back to the barn. Well, Dizzy now thinks it is a dog after being raised around mom's black lab/shepherd.

While working on a project, it had to come along and inspect my work and scatter a few sockets because they are fun to roll around the concrete.

It stuck around for over 30 minutes just like a dog would so I had to snap a few photos.

What kind of shop help do you keep around?


Here try the air hose.


Trust me, this brake cleaner will get the grease off fast.


I'm telling you the air hose and cleaner will do the trick.


You're going to need this vise grip to put that spring on.
This post was edited by Dave F at 06:33:08 08/23/14.

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Ande

08-26-2014 05:59:12
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  
Geez I had a good chuckle on this post, thanks for a good one. Yes cats are ok around the farm, and good dogs too.

We had a couple cats around the dealership years ago, as with the combines coming in, and they would get lonely and sneak up to the offices, one night I was trying to catch up, and a tabby jumped up on my desk and layed down in front of me on my paperwork.What could I do? No, I didnt shoe her down right away, I gave her the petting she wanted, and she purred loudly.

Guess they need some attention too

Great post

Dan

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OliverNate

08-23-2014 18:48:16
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  

Minnie Mo helps me work on the Olivers sometimes times



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1031D

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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to OliverNate, 08-23-2014 18:48:16  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

He must be telling you time for an oil change!



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VAC400

08-23-2014 18:05:39
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  
Dave I have a shop guard catplus he is a weather forecaster. He will let you know when a bad storm is coming ,he will stay in the shop. Great pictures.
Jerry from Ohio



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1370rod

08-23-2014 15:22:59
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  

My help is on maternity leave, future help needs to be taught yet.



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John Saeli

08-23-2014 07:33:01
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  
We had a pet raccoon "Harriet" who got along w/ my Dad real well. She'd run off w/ his tools.



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JW

08-23-2014 07:21:51
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 Re: What kind of shop help do you keep around? in reply to Dave F, 08-23-2014 06:29:32  
Basset hound, he's far too busy to be photographed. He really wants to go work for Agri King but he won't buy him a ticket north



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