20+ Pets Whose Owners Will Do Anything for Them
Having a pet is more than just having to feed and walk someone regularly. It also means having someone grateful and kind always by your side. Sometimes, we have to sacrifice our favorite books, our free time, our morning coffee, or even a huge chunk of our bed for our pets. But can we even call these things sacrifices if they give us all that love in return?
We at Bright Side are amazed at what pet owners are ready to do for their pets, and here are some of the most moving symbols of love.
“My cat learned that the alarm sound means I wake up, and she snuggles on my chest right afterward. I’ve been setting my alarm 30 minutes early every day to give her more happy time.”
“This is Malibu. She can’t start her day without a few sips of coffee. Maximizes her zoom levels and increases overall pawductivity.”
“My boyfriend and my cat have a special bond... I feel like the third wheel.”
“Not being able to see through the new gate was causing her a lot of anxiety.”
“Every year this mama duck brings her babies to my house and I help her take care of them. This morning I opened my door to 13 new peeping fluff balls.”
“Saw this in a public toilet.”
“How am I supposed to study with this little guy around?”
Just a friendly reminder about how dogs are supposed to be treated...
“Sorry boss, I can’t go to work today.”
“Head-bump loving cats are the WORST when they have the cone.”
“That’s my pool. That’s not my dog!”
“Just learned from my girlfriend that this is how my dog sleeps with me every night...”
“Several months ago my dad said he didn’t want a dog, this is him now.”
This giant boy thinks he’s still a puppy.
“One of our coworkers grabbed a plastic cover to take the dogs out in the rain. I thought he was going to make himself a poncho. Nope, made 2 ponchos for the dogs instead.”
“Took Suki to the pet store today. She had fun.”
“My neighbor cut holes in his gate so his dog could see out.”
“My brother ‘isn’t a cat person’ but just tucked the kitty in and sent me a photo while I was at work...”
“This is Riley. She thinks my scruff is a brush. It’s now part of our morning routine.”
“My human kept me warm.”
Bonus: When a cat is something more than a pet:
What things have you done for your pets?