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March 16, 2013

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blog student 13

This sounds so like my cats and their interactions. What fun it is to have more than one animal.

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jimboomba vet

I agree that pets are emotional too when they missed things, I have this pet dog that we used to play often but when I get a job, I always left him home, and he always wait he didn't eat proper just like before. I'm sad about it.

John@funny cats

Our pets have their own favorite things to do, they are emotional too when they missed those things. Just like my dog, we always went to walk by on the park, however in some circumstances we can't always do it and that made him depressed and it really has a big impact on his health.

Carol Bryant

That is hysterical. Dex goes on food strike if I leave. In fact working from home was a big decision and that meant a pet by my side! Perk!

This made me laugh. They love you both. Too cute.

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