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I hate to admit this -- but before my retirement I worked at Tim Hortons. One of the worst jobs of my employment career. Let me just say that they do not treat you well, as an employee, there.


BUT the pic above with your funny caption is a beaut, Mr. Peepers!


And as for real-life travelers in cars going through the drive-thru with animals -- I remember multiple times with doggos wanting Tim-bit treats, and one time of the driver with a parrot on her shoulder. Polly want a Boston Cream?
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I hate to admit this -- but before my retirement I worked at Tim Hortons. One of the worst jobs of my employment career. Let me just say that they do not treat you well, as an employee, there.


BUT the pic above with your funny caption is a beaut, Mr. Peepers!


And as for real-life travelers in cars going through the drive-thru with animals -- I remember multiple times with doggos wanting Tim-bit treats, and one time of the driver with a parrot on her shoulder. Polly want a Boston Cream?

Sad to hear that Timmy's doesn't treat their employees well. It's like that with most large franchises though.


Earlier this summer I went on a short road trip with a friend and we stopped off at a timmy's for a coffee and a couple of dumnuts. My friend got a couple of plain cake donuts and put one in her purse for later. We arrived at a relatives house where they have a few dogs and cats who mugged us for some love and one dog kept burying her face in my friends purse.


I said, "Oh oh ... someones after your donut."


It was then that my cousin mentioned every time she goes to timmy's she gets a small box of tim bits and she asks for plain non sugar dipped cake bits for her dog. This dog knew exactly what was in my friends purse and insisted this donut belonged to her. She has an amazing nose and sense of smell .... so we rewarded her with the entire donut. WIN!
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I'm glad the doggie got her cake donut treat! If my late puss, Salem, was present, he would prolly preferred the cake Timbits -- so that they could be rolled across the kitchen floor, for him to capture and devour. Sense of conquest, sense of reward! Meow!
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