- Nestled in Connecticut's "Last Green Valley," the journey continues....
Have you ever considered that they may think YOU are their pets lol? After all....they have you trained to feed them, water them, exercise them, pick up their doo doo.....
many times, many many times. they mean so very much. your header is stunning
I think about that all the time. And I wonder what they think of me too. I know they all have had their different opinions about me, the ones I have now and the ones that are now gone.
Hello JP:I love your new header.. As you might know, I have 5 dogs. They are my family): I love them to the moon and back. They are never left alone.unless I nip to the shop..but they are in a big run .. as we live where there are sheep and other animals.I have had dogs ,most of my life. Within the last 15 years. I never thought that I would have them to talk too , and have a little grin or a smile back of them, with big doggy type happiness . What joy they bring me.Each one has its own little character.The photo of your dog is lovely.. looks like the snow is still lingering..!happy Sundayval x
Pets mean more than most people can convey in mere words.
Strand reflection : it looks like a ghost waiting for the dog... brrrr !Your question regarding pets is very interesting, and since I have three cats, it actually pops in mind quite often. I don't have children, nor family, and my cats are exactly that to me. Not at the same level of love : I mean I won't cry as much for one of my cat as I did for the loss of my father, but they are very present into my life. I wonder though what I am for us : they are cuddly most of the time when they need food, or they want to play with me ; they don't really fool me on their feeling ;D. But living with them is very nice : I have people to take care of, and that's very important for a human being : taking care of other.
What they mean is a feeling that words can't describe.
I think about it every single day, and even more when they're not feeling well...
That dog is surely contemplating something. I have three cats. I'd be lost without them. I wonder what they think about me though.
oh, there is no doubt, they are part of my family.... I often feel sorry for people who don't have any pets.. I think of all they are missing out on. I'm sure they don't feel the same way, but I feel as if it is a deprivation!...
ALL of the time! They are just as important as my family and friends.
What a regal beauty....and a good question. Sometimes, when they are all making demands before I've had a cup of coffee, I lose sight of how fiercely I love them all. But luckily for us all, I remember pretty quickly!
Even when Bob cat wakes me up before 4 AM, I still wouldn't want to be without him! :)Loved your shadow shot too!
Every day...we wouldn't know what to do without our furry companions!
Bob is part of the family, we love him and would like to think he loves us.Bob is the long haired Syrian hamster. I wonder what your dog is thinking about in this shot.
The world and everyday. My pets are my kids since I don't have any and I'm like a momma bear with them. They make life happy.
Yes I think about it daily and in my post a few weeks back A tribute to Sultan, I even thought deeply about what pets that have moved on still mean to me. I couldn't imagine my life without animals really.
I'm super allergic to dogs but I love mine so much I get allergy shots just so I can pet him.
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