All I can ever think of when I see stuff like this is that one of them will die and just not show up one day. I hate my brain for doing that. At least let me have this little bit of happiness and wholesomeness...
@A pet named Steve, what if they both bring their babies one day and start a multi-generational bond? The chick and the b!tch could make an excellent cop show
@A pet named Steve, Well, nothing lasts forever. But if we focus too much on the future we'll forget to live in the present
@A pet named Steve, my dog is 10 already. I'm horrified that soon she won't be able to climb the stairs anymore. I know what's coming, but I still don't want to face it
@A pet named Steve, that fear is a good thing. At least you’ll tend to not take things for granted. I have a Pom that’s about 8 years old. I live every day with him as if it’s the last. I’m thankful for every day that he is in our lives. It’s inevitable; there will be that one day where I have to take my dog on a one way trip to the vet. So every morning, I get up, be thankful he is here now, look at him in his doggie eyes and think, “Thank you so much for being OUR dog.”
@Good Guy Satan, even Cold November rain!
@Good Guy Satan, Good guy
@Good Guy Satan, thanks Satan ❤️
I’ve been seeing a few pelicans where I live, like an hour away from the beach. Pretty interesting.
I somehow downvoted this and its not letting me change it.... im ready for my whippings. 😔