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FaitX

  13 months ago

Does your pet trust you?
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The trust between a pet and his or her human is inspiring, if sometimes amusing. Maybe your cat jumps onto your chest before thr alarm goes off in the morning because she knows if she meows long enough, she'll get fed. Perhaps your parrot keeps talking even when you've gone into the next room, because he's sure you can stil hear him and will return with a piece of cheese or anything to quiet him while you're on the phone with an important client.

There's nothing like watching my dogs' ears perk up at the sound of my voice, listening and cocking their heads as though they understand every word I'm saying and believe it's of the utmost importance. When I leave them in the morning, they stick their noses in the door crack and stand or lay down until my return.

When one of my huskies had a cut, (I cleaned out the wound and put a bandage around it) I've been amazed at how cooperative and trusting she was even when she couldn't understand what I was doing!
When our Bumblebee(persian cat) was still alive and had a shank bone stuck in between his teeth, (I couldn't tell by looking at his face), I was so amazed how he tried to get my attention until I finally realized why he was extraordinarily clingy with me lol.

Pets believe that we love them and will do what's best for them. That we're paying attention when they meow or chatter or bark and wil somehow understand and meet their needs.
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GoalOriented

  13 months ago
Yes! :D
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Gabriel2816

  13 months ago
yes
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Gabriel2816

  13 months ago
yes i do
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cristylu

  13 months ago
Yes
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MamaJey

  13 months ago
Yes! My granddaughter (kasi fur baby daw sya anak ko, haha!) would come to me whenever she's salivating or when she's about to throw up due to an upset stomach. I know it when she's not feeling well because she gives me the signs. Whenever she's hungry she would make a sound, like a teeny tiny bark. She would bring her ball to me if she wants to play fetch. She would ask me to carry her when she hears loud sounds. She always tries to communicate her feelings and wants and she knows she will always be given attention.
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Sheng21

  13 months ago
YES ofcourse all pets has it own feeling too. we should love them and treat them like a family
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Mapazenbuco

  13 months ago
yes
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lizamarie1982

  13 months ago
Yes they will
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lailaprevendido

  13 months ago
y3e
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lailaprevendido

  13 months ago
yes
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