We adopted a cat for my son a couple weeks ago, that baby is hugely attached to him!! He has to be near him, touching him, watching him, laying on him no matter where he sits.... It's the cutest thing ever and he's only had him a short time! ❤️
My cat, Tony Bear, used to go into heart failure, whenever I would go out of town overnight, so Dr. Sayer and I had to come up with a preemptive plan to head off the problem whenever I went on vacation 😀 it literally broke his heart for me to be away.💔 we loved each other very much.
I like to describe them as jealous, easily offended, and delicate feelings. They get offended easily BECAUSE they are so attached. Why else would they give you the cold shoulder everytime you offend their delicate feelings. Their only method of communicating that to you is with attitude or the cold shoulder or the mean stare that they lovingly give...at least 50 times a day. It's my favorite look. Sylvester is one of my fosters, and his just melts my heart. I just cleaned his ears in this photo. This pic always makes me smile 😍 #adoptdontshop #fosterkittens #lovethemlikemyown #nothappy
I think my cats like me more than my kids do most days! 😂😂😂
My brothers cat and my cat are HIGHLY attached to him. They know when he gets home and whine and he’ll for him. They know about when he’ll be home from work because they go onto the stairs and start strutting their stuff for him. It’s sickening actually 🤣🤣
I really didn't need a study to tell me this.
Kendall Roberson Megan Roberson Art Roberson Marsha Martin
CARE, I’m a bit surprised by your comment and this article. Mojo is — was — is — my family. Pets deserve high-quality food that is safe and free from harmful ingredients. If I try to avoid preservatives in my own food, why wouldn’t I want the same for my animal companion? This article combines the truly odd (testicular implants for appearance) and lumps it in with perfectly rational choices, made to improve a pet’s health or life.
Dr. Wininger was very kind when he saw my boy, Mojo. He took the time to listen carefully to my concerns.
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Judy, the prisoner of war. 🎖
Judy was the mascot of several ships in the Pacific. She was captured by the Japanese in 1942 and taken to a prison camp. There she met Leading Aircraftsman Frank Williams who shared his small portion of rice with her. Judy raised morale in the POW camp giving alarm when poisonous snakes, crocodiles and even tigers approached. She was smuggled out in a rice sack when the prisoners were shipped back to Singapore. She never whimpered or betrayed her presence to the guards. The next day, the ship was torpedoed. Williams pushed Judy out of a porthole in an attempt to save her life, even though there was a 15 feet drop to the sea. He made his own escape from the ship, not knowing if Judy had survived. Frank Williams was recaptured and was sent to a new POW camp without news of Judy's survival. However, stories began being told of a dog helping drowning men reach pieces of debris on which to hold. Williams was giving up hope of finding Judy when she arrived in his new camp. "I couldn’t believe my eyes. As I entered the camp, a scraggy dog hit me square between the shoulders and knocked me over! I’d never been so glad to see the old girl." They spent a year in Sumatra. "She saved my life in so many ways. The greatest way of all was giving me a reason to live. All I had to do was look at her and into those weary, bloodshot eyes and I would ask myself: What would happen to her if I died? I had to keep going." Even if it meant waiting for a miracle. Once hostilities ceased, Judy was smuggled aboard a troopship heading to Liverpool. In England, she was awarded the Dickin Medal, "the animals' Victoria Cross", in May 1946. Her citation reads: "For magnificent courage and endurance in Japanese prison camps, which helped to maintain morale among her fellow prisoners and also for saving many lives through her intelligence and watchfulness". At the same time, Frank Williams was awarded the PDSA's White Cross of St. Giles, the highest award possible, for his devotion to Judy. Frank and Judy spent the year after the war visiting the relatives of English POWs who hadn't survived. Frank remarked that Judy always seemed to give a comforting presence. Judy died at the age of 13. Frank spent two months building a granite and marble memorial in her memory, which included a plaque which told of her life story. ... See MoreSee Less