What Is Your Pet To You?

A pet is not “just” a pet. Oh no.

A pet is not just a pet
But one of the best friends you’ll ever get
Therapy when things are bringing you down
The ability to turn a frown around
Little angels that can help heal
It’s amazing how they make you feel
Your comforter, therapist, healer, friend, & baby
A pet is so many things including family

They are not “just” anything except “just an amazing creation and an amazing gift.”

Cino is so many things to me. I put a few of them in the image below.

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What is your pet to you?

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19 thoughts on “What Is Your Pet To You?

  1. Lauren

    Effie and Paladin are my Sweet Girl and my Big Boy. I love scooping their litter boxes with a nitril gloved hand and bagging it and taking it out to the trash. I love feeding them good food and water. I love playing with them with their toys, cuddling them, running faucets for them because they prefer to drink from gently running faucets to drinking from inertial bowls, and much etc.

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  2. Elsje Massyn

    My cats were not pets, they were my family, most loyal and trustworthy. They have been more loyal to me than any human being has proven to be. As far as I understand there are the same scenarios between farm animals and wild animals and their care takers, for after all our jobs on earth are to be the care takers of the animals. Their happiness is our happiness, their sadness is our sadness.

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  4. Olya Dikaya

    Ashley Video

    The audacity my cat has to wake me up at 4 am everyday to get food or out of boredom is the kind of confidence I aspire to have one day. Scream for attention, nap anywhere and anytime, and have food served to you on a silver platter…what a life. But as much as he loves climbing things or sitting on my keyboard, the joy I get from his tiny kisses and the purring in my ears is beyond that. No matter how many socks go missing, or items that get β€œaccidentally” knocked off the table, he will always make me happy.
    Here’s a little clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyS-8bl7Q2A&feature=youtu.be

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    1. elsjemassyn

      I feel exactly the same.
      We are adopting a mother-cat from a shelter and are getting her in a few days time.
      Previously within 19 years, we had to say goodbye to 3 rescued cats due to diseases and a long-living cat of 19 years. Our nest was empty, although we feed feral cats ongoing that is our commitment, we waited for the right cat to come along. In the meantime while we waited the neighbours cat stand in line at our back door for hugs and kisses and sometimes a little extra soft food they dont get at their own homes (they just get pellets). These interactions with animals keep my soul filled up with joy and helps me feel sane in this crazy world.
      I cant wait for our adoption to be sealed so that our Greycie can come home.

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