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Business Cats have feelings too.
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That awkward moment when you know your cats are talking about you.
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"When Dawn the fox was a baby, someone brought her into a rescue shelter thinking she was a dog. Since she loved being in the company of humans by this point and lacked survival skills, the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary takes her in."
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"Oh, him? He’s my trainee."
Me and Komoda.
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"OMG IS THAT A PIGEON?!"
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Rocky used to work with David Blaine in Vegas, but now he just levitates for fun.
"Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn."
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My friend’s babies are the cutest. <3
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Pets and people share a very special bond when they grow up together, which is why we’ve compiled a list of pictures of people and their pets growing up and sometimes growing old together.
Because of their shorter lifespans, dogs, cats and other domestic animals tend to grow out of their juvenile forms relatively quickly. In a few months, that cute and doofy puppy that’s tripping all over himself will be galloping between your legs enthusiastically, and in a few months more he or she will be approaching their adult size. Their growing bodies and maturity help put the changes in our own lives into perspective as well. It also helps us appreciate the fact that they spend their lives by our sides as our faithful companions.
Their shorter lifespans also mean that our beloved pets will invariably become a beautiful lesson in both love and loss. Watching your furry childhood friend grow old and die is a harrowing and sorrowful but also natural and potentially enlightening part of life. Of course, that might not be the case for the guy with the tortoise – although their lives are drastically shorter in captivity, a pet that can live for a century or more certainly has a chance to outlive its owner.
So let’s celebrate our pets’ short but loving and meaningful lives by checking out these cool images of them growing up!
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