A Pet’s Unconditional Love Is The Purest Love.
Isn’t it amazing how our pets love us unconditionally?
They’re always ready to help you celebrate, no matter what the occasion.
They stare at us with adoring eyes, full of love, and they never hold grudge.
A pet’s unconditional love is something that “animal lovers” get.
Our pets know when we’re happy, upset, angry, sad — all of it.
When we’re sad, they try to comfort us.
Just say the word, and they’re always ready to party. No questions asked.
Somewhere along the line, my dog, Little Man, decided that if you sneeze, you need a puppy “kiss.”
Aren’t puppy kisses awesome?!?
From anywhere in the house, if Little Man hears you sneeze, he’s making a beeline to your lap, and he’ll hop up and give you a quick puppy kiss, smack dab on the lips.
Those are the rules, according to Little Man.
I don’t question Little Man’s logic.
A while back, I started carrying a card in my wallet.
It’s directly behind my driver’s license.
If, for some reason, I’m unconscious or worse, the people who go through my wallet will find this card.
On the reverse side, there are check boxes as to what kind of pet you have and how many, as well as a primary and alternate list of contacts.
If you have pets and live alone, I highly recommend carrying one of these cards.
It might be a good idea to talk to your close friends and family and let them know — if something happens to you — who you’d like to care for your pet(s) or where you’d like for them to go.
For me, I’ve always been clear. As long as my two dogs are kept together and live indoors, they’ll be content.
That’s all I ask.
After all, a pet’s unconditional love will gradually transfer, should something happen to you.
Isn’t the least we can do is to plan ahead and ensure they’re well cared for if something happens to us?
I think so.
You do what’s best for you and your furbaby.
And if you sneeze, Little Man will kiss you and make it all better.
As far as Little Man is concerned, that’s his job.
He’s really good at it.