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Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles

 
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GTFO and go WHERE, exactly?

I believe in being prudent, and being aware of the signs, but I don't think driving around aimlessly at night is going to help me or anyone at all. Reacting and being irrational is pointless, don't you think? I'm not gonna live in fear like that. Best just to make a note of things, double-check on some stuff by way of prep, and just hang in here and try to be ready as much as possible. What will happen, will happen. Nothing I can do to stop it.

I forgot to mention, my youngest dog was so spooked earlier, I practically had to hand-feed her. She was so anxious, she refused to leave her dog bed and eat from her food bowl. I had to feed her by hand.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


go take a holiday for a week, you can check into a motel or even sleep in your car if need be, stock it up with food, water blankets pillows if you want. Fill it up with gas enroute and just go east.

If you leave it any longer you may not be able to move freely and you might be caught up in social chaos, and in a place like Los Angeles that might not be good.

If you have moved out for several days and nothing happened then you might feel a little sheepish coming back, if you move out and something really bad goes down you and your dogs and family are safe and unscared by the turmoil.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
Saw that Skinny Chic. Actually a 3.9 ... in an area of NV not known for ANY earthquakes at all.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
Maybe you should feed your dogs instead of wasting time posting bullshit on this forum. Poor dogs.
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really? You clicked on this for the sole purpose of making fun of somebody? I can understand maybe a political thread drawing you in like that, but someone giving a personal account of what is happening - who lives near a place that is having EQ swarms and smelling sulfur gasses?
stfu
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^^^^^^
THIS
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Nope, no fracking here. This is LA. They just banned plastic bags here in Pasadena where I live. They'd only allow fracking here over someone's dead body (or two).
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
You guys up north stay safe, too, HCC.

Looks like the odds of a big one hitting your area real soon are pretty darned good, too:

[link to www.quakeprediction.com]
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I've been a lurker here in GLP for a long time, and finally registered not too long ago. I'm not given to fear-porning or idle speculation. I just have a bad feeling about this.

I know, Dr. Acula. But I also know my dogs. They're very disciplined and very well behaved. My eldest dog who's the "Beta" leader (after me, their "Alpha" leader) walked up to me, looked around nervously, and gave a very loud, VERY uncharacteristic bark, and then walked around in circles very anxiously.

I first thought, maybe someone's at the gate or door. I checked ... it was all quiet outside.

Except for the neighbor's three dogs, who had started barking, and then immediately transitioned to whimpering and whining.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


I believe you, OP, and don't let the nasty people with nothing better to do than insult others get you down.

My chihuahuas (not the most sharp eyed/eared/nosed breed) can hear a jackrabbit chewing grass at 50 yards. It's really extraordinary. When one of them "goes off" there's almost always something there.

If they can hear that, then I wouldn't be surprised they would hear subtle (perhaps high pitched) precursors to earth movement. Or even the hissing sounds of gases being released.
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Nope, no fracking here. This is LA. They just banned plastic bags here in Pasadena where I live. They'd only allow fracking here over someone's dead body (or two).
 Quoting: MatangLawin


In response to the natural gas comment, it has no smell by itself. The odor is added with a chemical like Mercaptan or a similar Sulphur based additive.

I hope you are safe...maybe the "GLP" effect will kick in and do it's magic.

I too have a bad feeling something big is coming any minute...stay frosty.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
You guys up north stay safe, too, HCC.

Looks like the odds of a big one hitting your area real soon are pretty darned good, too:

[link to www.quakeprediction.com]
 Quoting: MatangLawin


Yes, just a few miles north of us there's a section of the San Andreas that is long overdue for stress relief. Like you, we're prepped and practiced and that's all you can do!

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Thread: Anyone else own a dog in the Inverness area and if so are you seeing this?
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Are your dogs still upset? Possibly the danger has passed. Let us know if they act more upset. Hope it is nothing too dangerous. hf
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Maybe you should feed your dogs instead of wasting time posting bullshit on this forum. Poor dogs.
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really? You clicked on this for the sole purpose of making fun of somebody? I can understand maybe a political thread drawing you in like that, but someone giving a personal account of what is happening - who lives near a place that is having EQ swarms and smelling sulfur gasses?
stfu
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Fuck off, douchebag.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
Next time your dogs come up to you or act out of the norm, relax and clear your mind. Use your inuition and "gut" feeling, that first initial thought that comes to mind when your attempting to interpret what the dog is trying to tell you.

May you be surprised to find the answers within you. Trust yourself.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
Do you hear and see birds around your home OP?
Do they act strangely too?
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
In China, people are expected to report strange behaviour of animals in earthquakes areas, particularly MASS MIGRATION OF BIRDS. Has this yet occurred>

Part fo the logic is that they might be responding to ultrasonics that they can hear by we can't. Even so, if this is occurring, I would recommend, GET IN YOUR CAR AND LEAVE NOW, WHILST YOU CAN!
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Okay first off, LOVE the use of the unique font.


Secondly, APPRECIATE the on the scene reporting, that's what we're all about here on GLP and what we appreciate the most about communicating with one another.


Thirdly, THE SHIT IS ABOUT TO HIT THE MOTHERFUCKING FAN.
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
You guys up north stay safe, too, HCC.

Looks like the odds of a big one hitting your area real soon are pretty darned good, too:

[link to www.quakeprediction.com]
 Quoting: MatangLawin


FUCK good looking out bro. +1 Karma for you.
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I've noticed this smell over the last several months but nothing like the last two days...so bad you can taste it and you can't escape it. I'm in San Bernardino and it reeks! My dogs are acting very clingy, wanting to come indoors....which is very unusual. My boss's dog tonight kept whining while we were working late. I would take him for a walk thinking that's what he wanted but he wouldn't stop...drove us both nuts. Usually this time of night I hear the neighbors dogs barking or coyotes howling. It's been EXTREMELY quiet.
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Strange stuff going down here in Southern California.

My dogs started to act worried, barking and whining inside the house for no reason at all. It's not like them, especially my eldest dog who's usually very, very composed.

Neighbor's dogs starting to whimper and whine, too. I can hear them. Went outside with flashlight to check them out ... thought that maybe a possible burglar was nosing around. Nothing. Kinda weird ... my neighbor's dogs are large, and usually aggressive and not afraid of anything. It's really unsettling to hear them whining, too, for no apparent reason at all.

I'm in Pasadena, west of the Salton Sea area, where people in a vicinity covering hundreds of square miles have complained of very intense, sulfurous odors, the past few days.

Earthquake maps show earthquake swarms occurring in the middle of the Salton Sea. NEVER seen a swarm in the middle of the damned lake before.

Authorities say the stench is because of dead fish. Total B.S. There aren't enough fish in the Salton Sea in the first place to die and cause a smell that'll cover hundreds of square miles, even reaching up to San Gabriel Valley here in L.A. Not even close.

SOMETHING is going ON. It's getting CLOSER. I can feel it.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


Correct OP.. That's the smell of sulphur emanating from the bottomless pit.. I'd move far from that lake.. Did they really blame it on dead fish? wow how logical.. I bet fish have died but they don't smell of sulphur. And then two nights back my dogs just start going crazy chasing and barking at nothing i could see.. i guess they sense what we can't.
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OTHER BIG SIGNS...

- Big migrations of birds.
- Big migrations of butterflies.
- Unexplained lights in the sky
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Re: Dogs starting to act worried, barking and whining for no reason, here in Los Angeles
If lots of animals in the area start acting "strangely" and the cats in the house start getting antsy as well... it's a pretty good sign a quake is brewing and will happen within a few hours. The more excited their behavior the closer you are to the epicenter has always been the "accepted observational=based thinking" on that subject. Our three cats climbed in bed with us (which they never do all at once being too territorial to share their "daddies" and the bed with even their other cat friends) just prior to the North Ridge quake. We were living in LA - by Hancock Park - at the time. They were all three in our bed, and woke us up, nudging and meowing until we got up to feed them, but they didn't want food. As soon as got back in bed, they followed and stayed there wanting to be petted and scratched and touched. I turned the TV on and then felt the quake as it rippled down thru LA. No damage of any seriousness in our area, but we did notice that the cats stayed right beside us for about two hours after the inital shock. They would not leave the bed unless one of us did - and then one of their number would follow us closely and stay by us until we were back in bed all together.

Cat bonding behavior I guess. Making sure their "pride" as all gathered together in a safe soft warm place til the danger passed.
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Strange stuff going down here in Southern California.

My dogs started to act worried, barking and whining inside the house for no reason at all. It's not like them, especially my eldest dog who's usually very, very composed.

Neighbor's dogs starting to whimper and whine, too. I can hear them. Went outside with flashlight to check them out ... thought that maybe a possible burglar was nosing around. Nothing. Kinda weird ... my neighbor's dogs are large, and usually aggressive and not afraid of anything. It's really unsettling to hear them whining, too, for no apparent reason at all.

I'm in Pasadena, west of the Salton Sea area, where people in a vicinity covering hundreds of square miles have complained of very intense, sulfurous odors, the past few days.

Earthquake maps show earthquake swarms occurring in the middle of the Salton Sea. NEVER seen a swarm in the middle of the damned lake before.

Authorities say the stench is because of dead fish. Total B.S. There aren't enough fish in the Salton Sea in the first place to die and cause a smell that'll cover hundreds of square miles, even reaching up to San Gabriel Valley here in L.A. Not even close.

SOMETHING is going ON. It's getting CLOSER. I can feel it.

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My dogs are perfectly calm.
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If lots of animals in the area start acting "strangely" and the cats in the house start getting antsy as well... it's a pretty good sign a quake is brewing and will happen within a few hours. The more excited their behavior the closer you are to the epicenter has always been the "accepted observational=based thinking" on that subject. Our three cats climbed in bed with us (which they never do all at once being too territorial to share their "daddies" and the bed with even their other cat friends) just prior to the North Ridge quake. We were living in LA - by Hancock Park - at the time. They were all three in our bed, and woke us up, nudging and meowing until we got up to feed them, but they didn't want food. As soon as got back in bed, they followed and stayed there wanting to be petted and scratched and touched. I turned the TV on and then felt the quake as it rippled down thru LA. No damage of any seriousness in our area, but we did notice that the cats stayed right beside us for about two hours after the inital shock. They would not leave the bed unless one of us did - and then one of their number would follow us closely and stay by us until we were back in bed all together.

Cat bonding behavior I guess. Making sure their "pride" as all gathered together in a safe soft warm place til the danger passed.
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Interesting story..
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Strange stuff going down here in Southern California.

My dogs started to act worried, barking and whining inside the house for no reason at all. It's not like them, especially my eldest dog who's usually very, very composed.

Neighbor's dogs starting to whimper and whine, too. I can hear them. Went outside with flashlight to check them out ... thought that maybe a possible burglar was nosing around. Nothing. Kinda weird ... my neighbor's dogs are large, and usually aggressive and not afraid of anything. It's really unsettling to hear them whining, too, for no apparent reason at all.

I'm in Pasadena, west of the Salton Sea area, where people in a vicinity covering hundreds of square miles have complained of very intense, sulfurous odors, the past few days.

Earthquake maps show earthquake swarms occurring in the middle of the Salton Sea. NEVER seen a swarm in the middle of the damned lake before.

Authorities say the stench is because of dead fish. Total B.S. There aren't enough fish in the Salton Sea in the first place to die and cause a smell that'll cover hundreds of square miles, even reaching up to San Gabriel Valley here in L.A. Not even close.

SOMETHING is going ON. It's getting CLOSER. I can feel it.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


Stay safe OP, sounds like you got all the basics covered as far as being prepared goes. I hope nothing happens and the GLP effect kicks in.
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You know OP, i'm on the other side of the planet, and one night ago, the neighbors' dog acted very strange, whining and barking strange. I know he felt something and wanted to communicate.
And now that i see pinned posts about the same phenomena, about the sulphur smell and stuff...something is close indeed, something big and strange
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Maybe you should feed your dogs instead of wasting time posting bullshit on this forum. Poor dogs.
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really? You clicked on this for the sole purpose of making fun of somebody? I can understand maybe a political thread drawing you in like that, but someone giving a personal account of what is happening - who lives near a place that is having EQ swarms and smelling sulfur gasses?
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Well said. It pisses me off when you get a good thread then some dickhead insults the OP and posts a load of crap.
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maybe they have to go outside and make the pee pee
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In central Cali here. I always feed the blue jays on our porch. As soon as I step onto the porch they line up in the tree all excited to get their nuts. Today I went out and there were no birds. Also the little birds did not show up. And my cat, who never wants to come inside at night, ran past me to get in the house as I was walking inside. It seemed like he didn't want to be left alone out there.
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I have bad feeling about this.
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I have the same feeling
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maybe they have to go outside and make the pee pee
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If y'all remember, last week, I believe it was, there was a swarm of earthquakes with a couple of 5 pointers just south of the lake. Now it seems like the swarm is moving up the San Andreas going NW. I really hope this isn't the precursor to something much bigger.
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