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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

Our cat isn't spoiled, he just knows what he wants and how to ask for it.He is much loved and gives us much love in return.

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

My dog is part of the family....and being that she is totally dependent on us for everything....she is well taken care of. I would not call her spoiled. No, she is not a working farm dog, and she does not live outside.  She is a city dog.  She probably lives a better life than many people do and eats better than them as well. But, she deserves it and gives me love in return.  

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

I have a very "spoilt" beagle!

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?


@colliegirls wrote:

@Kachina624 wrote:

@wildcat fan wrote:

@Kachina624 Your doggie has such a friendly face!  Seems like you could tell her anything, and she'd totally understand.  Smiley Happy


She's a collie and has the typical collie temperament.  She looks a bit sad in that picture but is a lot happier these days.  She loves people.


Kachina, I remember the story of the hoarding situation. Your collie is beautiful, so wonderful that you were involved in helping those fabulous dogs.


 

 

Thanks colliemom.  I'm really enjoying being able to brush her in one minute or less.  Smoothies aren't popular here but they love them in Arizona.  It's hard to think of them as collies.

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

My 2 bassets are very much loved and the male is spoiled too.He recently became diabetic,plus has terrible arthritis and recurrent UTI's with blood,so he takes several pills each day.

 

The only way he will take his meds is in a little piece of sharp Velveeta cheese.We tried the 2 % Velvetta and that threw him off,so we learned not to buy it...Some days he does not want to eat but we know he has to in order to get his insulin.So then we hand feed him.

 

The vet is fine with all of this.He,like us,just wants him to eat ,take his pills and his shot.

 

He is sweet as can be and does what we say but  is just picky about hating to take his pills..I think of his action's like a stubborn old man.Heart

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

Oh my goodness, we spoil both of our rescued Westies as much as we can. Our first rescue, Toby was just hours from being put down. He was found by the Humane Society in MS. wondering the streets and was heartworm positive, had a bad cough and a horrible infection from flees. We were so blessed to be able to adopt him and had his heartworm problem treated immediately. And today, he's healthy, happy and spoiledHeartrotten.

 

Our other Westie, was also a rescue. We were actually approached while out on a walk, and asked if we would like another pet. We learned that Maggie was going to be taken to a shelter that week, had we not adopted her. She's a bit mischievous, but so veryHeartloving and spoiled as well. We like to think that we were the ones rescued, not them. ~Heart~

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

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@HappyDaze wrote:

@denisemb wrote:

Happy Daze - and what was more incredible is that his spirit/temperment were as special as his beauty!  Bengals sometimes get a bad rap as "wild cats", but our two were sweethearts around us AND strangers.


Well that is even more special then! I was at a store once and the owner had a Bengal. Oh my gosh I was so in love and that cat was HUGE! It wasn't as unique in the pattern as yours but still beautiful nonetheless and incredibly friendly and powerful. IF I were to ever get a cat again, it would be a Bengal. He is a beauty, denisemb!


 

Bengals are striking, and Savannahs (African Serval / domestic cat  hybrid) are even larger - and taller:

 

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?


@Kachina624 wrote:

@colliegirls wrote:

@Kachina624 wrote:

@wildcat fan wrote:

@Kachina624 Your doggie has such a friendly face!  Seems like you could tell her anything, and she'd totally understand.  Smiley Happy


She's a collie and has the typical collie temperament.  She looks a bit sad in that picture but is a lot happier these days.  She loves people.


Kachina, I remember the story of the hoarding situation. Your collie is beautiful, so wonderful that you were involved in helping those fabulous dogs.


 

 

Thanks colliemom.  I'm really enjoying being able to brush her in one minute or less.  Smoothies aren't popular here but they love them in Arizona.  It's hard to think of them as collies.


 

RC Collies' coats keep them cooler in AZ, and still protect them from the sun etc., right?

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?


@HappyDaze wrote:

@denisemb wrote:

You tell me (it was a dish of ice cream).

 

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That is awesome! lol! That is an incredibly beautiful cat!


She just looks so soft. She's beautiful.

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Re: Question for today, is your pet spoiled?

My little tuxedo cat  Bogart isn't "spoiled" ...... but he has taken his righteous place as Prince Bogey in the household.      He's loving, well adjusted and friendly.

 

What more could I ask for?   Heart