If you are a pet lover, you know the true meaning your pet holds in your life – a constant companion with unflinching love for you. Therefore, when you think of stories about your pet, you likely have a collection of memories you will tell anyone who will listen. You might act like a stone-cold commenter on the Internet, but these pet stories will have you crying into your monitor.
In this post, we want to remind you about the most faithful 4-legged members of our family. You may have scolded, sometimes beaten or even rebuked your pet harshly for dirtying your linens or causing mischief, but even then, they come back running to you. That is true love and we should appreciate every single second spent with them.
“Our old boy’s passed away today. Somehow our other 2 seemed to know, and they’d been saying goodbye all morning.”
“Got quarantined at the vet and had to give my dog a little talk that the other dogs do want to be his friends, he’s just too sick to play with them right now.”
“Don’t cry. I understand you, I understand…”
“I find out that my sweet giant rabbit has a heart disease and has only a few days left. He is at the age of 3 and I thought we had years left together.”
“Walked into the shelter and asked which cat had been there the longest. Came home with a deaf, toothless, senior lovebug. Meet Cali!”
“Violet was an Easter present to a young child who lost interest. She was kept in a tiny cage in their basement and forgotten about. Now she lives cage-free and sleeps in bed with me every night.”
“My husband found our cat when he was an infant kitten and cared for him 24/7. Over a year later, he still thinks my husband is his birth mother. It’s adorable.”
“Airlines wouldn’t fly my dog, so I drove from one city to another. I’d never leave you behind, girl.”
“My majestic cat. This was taken on the first day in weeks she felt like herself after the antibiotic treatment kicked in.”
“My girlfriend and her cat 20 years apart!”
“My boyfriend never had a pet and my cat hates him even though he loves her. I suggested we get a kitten so that he could feel kitty love. They’re inseparable.”
“My rabbit’s kisses were the best. She’s no longer with me and I miss her so much.”
“We just retired and we’re staying with our daughter’s dogs. Every evening at the appointed time, they all gather for cookie time with Grandpa.”
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