"People often describe pets as undemanding and giving unconditional love, when the reality is that pets require a lot of time and attention, special foods and care.
They throw up on rugs [lalalalaaaaa], pee in the house [NEBBER!] and steal food from countertops [well, yos sausages...ees nard reeally food]. Yet we accept their flaws because we love them so much."
Whad your peds can teach you abou' your relationsheep...
Whad abou' whad we hab to put orp weeth.
Lighe forgheen' preppy orange polo shorts!!!!!
"When our pets make mistakes, we don’t take it personally and are quick to forgive. We give them the benefit of the doubt. Yet when our spouse does something wrong, we often react with anger and blame." Nuevo York Times...
These ees sheet! When I maghe a meestaghe I yam chase' aroun' an aroun' the house onteel I yam PANTEEN'.
An then she geebs the Smoothman a beeg, meady STEAGH!!!!
Th, I say: Th.
She bought me new food today. No mas cornmeal, lighe Ikaika said. Maybe I yam allegrgeec. Las' nighd I ondress' myselb oub the red coad and leeeeeeeeeeeeeeecked my shouldhair.
Well, you see my seetuation.
New food ees Ok: Pelleds. Meexed weeth ole' pelleds.