The Hilarious & Adorable Reality of Living With Multiple Pets
Have you ever heard the saying, "Cats are like potato chips - you can't have just one"? Well, it turns out that ol' saying is definitely true. Don't believe me? Just check out these folks who have multiple cats (and other pets) that share a surname with them! Through all the hairballs, all the shedding, all the scratched-up furniture, we can tell you that having any pet in your life is amazing.
“My Girlfriend Trained Her Pets To Never Enter The Bedroom. This Is Them Every Morning.”
“I Was Worried That My Dogs Wouldn’t Like The New Cat. I Was Wrong.”
“Wife Wanted 5 Minutes Alone ... This Was Outside Her Door.”
“My Husband Managed To Capture These Sweet (And Rare) Photos Of All Three Of Our Pets Together. I Was Alone When I Fell Asleep, But I Guess They Wanted To Join In On The Fun.”
“Girlfriend And I Have 5 Cats And 2 Dogs That All Love To Sleep With Us At Night… Solution? We Made An 11ft King + Full Mega Bed!”
“Well, The Cats Have Noticed The Halloween Decorations.”
“My Parents Have 3 Dogs… And A Cat”
“This Is What Happens When You Sleep Through Breakfast Time.”
“My Mom Just Had Double Knee Surgery. Her Pets Have Made It Their Responsibility To Comfort Her.”
“My Blind Cat, Chilling Out Like One Of The Dogs.”
“My Mom Has Brain Cancer. Somehow, I Think Our Pets Know When She’s Having A Bad Day.”
“Adopting A Dog Soon So We Have Neighbor Bring His Dog Over So Our Cats Get Used To Them. Tonight This Happened.”
I’m lucky to have very patient cats. They too, will sometimes gather in my bed with me, waiting until I wake to be fed. My dogs, on the other hand, are my living/breathing/barking alarm clocks. Neverfail, which I SHOULD have named him, gives a light bark every morning at 6AM to be fed and let out. I do not mind as he is too adorable and considerate to resist. After all, he uses his low ‘inside bark’ to wake me…We truly don’t deserve our pets.
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I like a lot of these, beginning with the dog that’s apparently scared of kittens.
I also like the toddler, dog, and cats all waiting for their mother/owner.
The huge bed reminded me of the John Denver song “Grandma’s Feather Bed,” which was described as being able to accommodate “eight kids and four hound dogs.”
The one with the cats crowded around a human who’d overslept must have depicted some extremely patient and quiet cats. I used to have a Siamese mix who would yowl his head off if I was late with his breakfast. Sleeping in with Mr. Bartlett around was not an option. As for my current pair, Fritz will paw at my face and sixteen-pound Shelby will walk on me if I’m not up to feed them.
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