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Today's Poll: 04/19/2014

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Do you consider your pet to be a member of the family? Submitted By SMiki2012, AZ
Yes.
No.
I don't have a pet.
Vote
Comment on this poll
JoyElaine
on 04/19/14
farnergirl4776 and 6 others liked this  
The 8 percent scare me ;(
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Rhurbarb and 2 others liked this  
The 64% scare me
Aproposof
on 04/19/14
Yeah, people who show love and affection for animals that live in their home are pretty terrifying. I don't know how you sleep at night knowing they exist.
surfergirl77
on 04/19/14
dijet liked this  
When you raise an animal such as a kitten, or Pup into adult hood you grow very attached they wake you up in the morning they cuddle with you when your sick they you play with them they make you laugh, & their are even studies that having a pet can even be good for your health

Animals become more then just a pet you really do bond with them so I don't understand how anyone would find that scary bonding with a helpless loving animal isn't crazy it's human nature to those with a loving heart.
davnlei
on 04/19/14
Aproposof and 3 others liked this  
At least it's only 8%....that actually encouraged me as it is great progress from where we were just 20 years ago. And, after reading the comments, I can see that many who answered "No" have reasons such as their only pet being a fish, or they interpret the poll to mean "Is your pet as important as your child". At least those that answered "No" and commented seem to still care for their pets and place some value on them.
popmycollar713
on 04/19/14
what are they called?A pet,that's all.
surfergirl77
on 04/19/14
It does not matter what their called it matters what they bring to our lives & to our hearts a family member is someone you love & care for every day it's not only someone your related to by blood

You shop for a family member you also take them to the doctor when their sick you by toys for them when their little you feed them do you not? a word does not always define human attachment & general human emotions.
Monmia
on 04/19/14
I put yes, because well they do live in the same household lol I love my pets, but I don't think "You're my little brother!" whenever I see them.
zombieklitoris
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 and 3 others liked this  
you should consider them as family, they are living creatures just like us. they each hold different personality's like humans. so, treat em' that way. if you just treat them as a pet then they really don't mean much to you and maybe you shouldn't have one.
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Violent criminals are living creatures like us. Each one has their own unique personality. So treat them like family.
Pets are animals. Children are human. Blood is thicker than water, so why would you treat some random animal like a family member? I've raised my cat from a kitten and she would probably qualify as a therapy animal based on our history. But she's not family. She's a pet. Because push comes to shove, my life is more valuable than hers.
bebajune
on 04/19/14
I do agree that if there was a fire, I would rescue my children first then my dogs. But if I had to choose between my husband and my dogs...I can't honestly say my husband would win.
Samanthas94
on 04/19/14
I seem to be in the same boat as you. I don't hate animals, in fact I love dogs. I think you (and I) are just so sick of avid pro-choicers being animal-lovers. Make sense? Here's an article on the subject that you'll enjoy: themattwalshblog.com/2014/02/11/pro-choicers-heres-why-you-cannot-support-abortion-while-opposing-puppy-murder/
wifemagayon
on 04/19/14
Yes! Absolutely..
nyneelie
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 liked this  
Absolutely.
As a matter of fact, I think more of some animals, than I do people.
#True that
belmer
on 04/19/14
yes
superkoop
on 04/19/14
Rhurbarb and 1 others liked this  
Animals are animals. People are people. My family consists of people. We have a cat and we treat it as such, it sits on our laps, we pet it, we play with it. She eats food out of her food disk, she drinks water out of her food dish. Someday she will die, I will be sad because she was fun, but I will get another cat and get on with my life. The same goes for the two rats we have.
Family cannot be replaced because they are people. Pets can.
I'm shocked so many people have elevated their pets to the place of people. No wonder abortion is so common... when pets are on the same level as a child we are so screwed up.
Sannia13
on 04/19/14
All my pets are family
Sannia13
on 04/19/14
ALL my pets are my family.
BubbyBobble
on 04/19/14
Samanthas94 and 4 others liked this  
Wow. So much drama, all over a friendly poll. lol
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Definitely! I'm probably part of the problem, but I must say its nice to be able to voice my opinion. I know too many self-professed "dog lovers" with "furbabies" that insist I am a cruel, inhumane dog-hater just because I don't LOVE dogs. I like animals, but don't love them, ya know?
surfergirl77
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 liked this  
Yes I do I've had my pet for over 8 years so of course her's considered part of the family :)
surfergirl77
on 04/19/14
I meant he's it's to bad we can't edit tehe.
Raj98
on 04/19/14
lol
Killerjudge
on 04/19/14
We have 2 Dogs and 3 Cats and we love and care for them just as much rest of family, one of my Dogs is 9 and has grown up with my 3 Kids 16,14 and 12 and has played a big roll in their lives, and be missed when he's gone just like any other family member.
emmanuel1984
on 04/19/14
I never had a pet when I was growing up, now in my late 20's I wanted my son to have the experience of having a pet. His got two little guinea pigs and they definitely part of the family. who has pets and doesn't embrace them has part of their family.
maldygirl
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 and 1 others liked this  
I love my pets so much
falecity21
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 and 5 others liked this  
MY PET IS AS MUCH A FAMILY MEMBER AS MY CHILDREN.
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
pitdroid and 8 others liked this  
I feel sorry for your children
davnlei
on 04/19/14
Aproposof and 2 others liked this  
Or, Sidneythelawyer, feel happy that those children have a very full family, with an abundance of love!
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
superkoop liked this  
No I feel sorry for the children who are only valued as highly as an animal. That can only be damaging the children by letting them see that their parents care so little for them that they value an animal off of the street as highly as their own flesh and blood.
goldenspoon
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 and 19 others liked this  
Gosh I can't understand why folk would choose "No" ... we include our dogs in everything! Our vet has lovely little white chocolate easter eggs that he hands out to all his "clients" and at Christmas time we hang up a stocking for each of our dogs! Animals understand people more than people .. they read our emotions and all they ask for is kindness, attention, love and for us to act responsibly towards them - they are little gifts from Heaven I think .. lovely little characters, all individual! (I am loved up by my dogs!)
JessChen
on 04/19/14
jend80 liked this  
Not everyone have dogs or cats. Some people have fish. Why should they consider FISH to be family??
davnlei
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
Well, at least the "no" reply column is only at 6%! The overwhelming majority of respondents answered "Yes", which gives me hope and brightens my day! I was just researching pets in shelters, why they wind up there, how to successfully bring them home, etc. for a persuasive speech, then I come to Swagbucks to answer the daily poll to find today's poll is about pets being family members! I was very encouraged by the high percentage of those who love their pet as a family member!
catscjllik663
on 04/19/14
surfergirl77 and 11 others liked this  
Exactly, plus their more loyal and don't judge you
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Pidge24 and 7 others liked this  
Just as I cannot understand how you can type what you just typed.I have two dogs and a cat. They are (when they behave) good companions to myself and my fiancee. But why in the world would you consider them family??? To me that simply speaks of someone that does not have family and is attempting to create a surrogate to replace a void in their life (I'm not trying to be insulting or anything, I simply find this incomprehensible on so many levels)
surfergirl77
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 liked this  
Of course their not members of the family in a physical sense it's more in terms of bonding for example when I travel I take my kitty when I shop I also shop for my pet as well when their sick you take them to the vet they do become part of the family in an emotional sense because you include them in your every day life & you are saddened when they pass on

I think they are considered part of the family but of course I know it's not physically, it's just how you bond with the animal.
davnlei
on 04/19/14
swaguser18084041 and 2 others liked this  
I am blessed to have a very large family, and not just "blood" family members, but lifetime friends that I consider "adopted family". I love my human family members very much, but I have always had four-legged family members and love them as much as every other member of my family (sometimes more than). Pets can be surrogate family members for those that don't have a human family, but they can also be loved and respected members of a large human family. Just depends on how much you are willing to open your heart....
kathy0308
on 04/19/14
surfergirl77 and 14 others liked this  
a pet is no less a family member than anyone else in the household.when a family member is ill or injured, you take them to the doctor, correct? same with you dog or cat. you feed your family nutritious food that you know they enjoy. same goes for your pet, right? do you comfort your pet when he/she is upset like you would a human? saying that a pet cannot be considered a part of the family because they are not human is like saying an adopted child is not part of the family either because he/she does not look like everyone else. there are many ways of defining a family. if you have a pet and do not consider him/her to be family then maybe pets aren't for you.
gardninmom
on 04/19/14
pitdroid and 7 others liked this  
We don't take them to the doctor, dentist or orthodontist. We take them to the Vet. We feed our family nutritious food that we spend hours cooking and we give the dogs and cat food from a bag or can--(although I know a "sensitive women" who cooks meals for her dogs and gives her kids Raman every meal and makes her husband sleep in the garage so the dogs can sleep with her on their bed.) Too many assume that when people don't treat animals like their children that makes them insensitive and makes themselves the epitome of sensitivity. My cat lives in the barn and catches mice. She is happy and healthy and the two dogs live outdoors and have more than an acre to roam. They refuse to go inside when we try, yet uber animal lovers look down their nose at me because my pets live outside--as if making your pet live in your house and be "part of the family" is the best thing for an animal and the "one true way."
poppylsoto
on 04/19/14
That's because a vet is a doctor, dentist, and orthodontist.
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Pidge24 and 5 others liked this  
A pet is not a family member. Why do I take a pet to the vet when it is sick? because I am responsible for its well being. It can't take itself.
Do I feed the animals nutritious food? Define that, please. I buy whatever dog chow is cheapest, because I believe it all to be about the same.
Do I comfort my dogs when they are upset? Why would my animals be upset? The only time they are upset is when they have done something wrong like chewing up something valuable. Not the time to be "comforting".
And to use your adopted child analogy...how do you think the adopted child would feel if you put them on the same level as a dog? That just means that they are in no way special to you....they are just another form of stray.
davnlei
on 04/19/14
Just wanted to make a suggestion regarding dog food, as it really is not all the same. My income is below the poverty level for America, I cannot spend a lot of money on dog food, but I do want my furry family members to be well fed and healthy. I am not able to spend $30 on a bag of dog food. So, I went to Wal-Mart (I live in a rural area, not a lot of options....I know Wal-Mart is bad), and took 20 minutes to read the ingredient labels on popular brands. I found many dog foods including high fructose corn syrup, as well as listing wheat or corn as the first ingredients! However, I found that the Ol' Roy Lamb & Rice (originally Skin & Coat) formula to get a very close copy of the Iams Lamb and Rice, with good, wholesome ingredients including Brewer's Yeast as well as added vitamins/minerals. It is $13 for a 18 lb. bag. Better ingredients than Beneful (which is what I was using), gravy train, alpo, purina, etc.
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
If you cannot spend a lot of money on dog food, why would you spend $13 for 18 lbs when you can get 50 lbs for $20?
I would love to see non=industry research proving that one form of dog food is conclusively better than another. In reality, the dog food companies only care about CONVINCING THE OWNERS that there is a difference, and therefore convincing them to spend the money.
I'm not saying there isn't some difference, I just doubt that its enough to make a difference in the long run.
beckycor
on 04/19/14
Aproposof and 8 others liked this  
You...should not have the honor of having a pet. Good day!
mfigured
on 04/19/14
Pidge24 and 4 others liked this  
I would take my dog to the vet if it got sick, but the moment that it costs more to keep him alive then to put him down and buy another healthy pup, well... sorry sparky.

On the other hand, I'd care for my child no matter the medical costs. Therefore, my pets do not rise to the level of family like the other humans in my household. I don't understand valuing the life of an animal equal to or more than a person.
davnlei
on 04/19/14
cyoung83 liked this  
Sorry, was trying to reply "AMEN" to your post oldrat!
davnlei
on 04/19/14
cyoung83 liked this  
AMEN!
Smileygal97
on 04/19/14
jend80 liked this  
So where would those pets go? The over populated pound where many are having to be put down because there isn't enough resources to take care of that many animals? And do you really think that you have the right to decide who does and does not have the right to give these lonely animals the chance at a good life, just because they have a different view than you do? It would be different if you had said that to someone who said that they out right abuse their pets.
oldrat
on 04/19/14
slothcat and 3 others liked this  
You were never meant to understand. Your life path has prevented you from relating to what many others here feel. I feel for you, as you are missing out on a form of bonding and love that goes just as deep as any human relationship (if not moreso). I'm sorry you don't understand. It truly is your loss.
lizbethbear
on 04/19/14
thr3ddzgirl liked this  
you shouldn't be allowed to have pets!
cgw522
on 04/19/14
oldrat and 6 others liked this  
WHY IN THE WORLD "WOULD'NT YOU CONSIDER YOUR DOG'S AS FAMILY???? They do everything that a human does, besides talk. They have feelings too...they know when you are excited and they know when you are sad. I think people who DON'T consider their dog's as family, are shallow and just plain MEEN.
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Pidge24 and 3 others liked this  
They cannot and do not do everything that a human can. They're ability to notice emotion has nothing to do with the fact that they are not family. They are pets. They are therefore, not family.
By your rationale I should consider people who consider their dogs family as in need of psychiatric assistance. But I don't. (most of the time). I just think that people view animals differently. I just refuse to get attached to animal when I can spend that same energy loving my fiancee.
And it's spelled "mean"
justmeocala
on 04/19/14
Sidney, my dogs member of the family in that they are an important part of our team (watchdog, companion, etc) and have responsibilities too. I don't baby my kids or my pets - but I sure love them all like crazy!
davnlei
on 04/19/14
RenaeS liked this  
Just a thought.....but, love is not finite. I have a husband, I have a mother and father, brothers and sisters, aunts, uncles, and many friends. I love them all, I never run out of love! Just like with a child, you can actually increase your love and bond with your fiancée by making your dog part of your family and routine. One of our favorite "dates" is taking our dogs to the lake or the park to run and play together, as a family. Love is something that can only grow the more we use it! Spring is the perfect time to pack a picnic and take your dog and fiancée outside to enjoy life! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Oh, I figured someone would mention that trope sooner or later. Love may not be finite, but time, energy and resources are finite. And personally, while I may "love" all people in a Christian way, I find them utterly exhausting. So in that sense, my love is finite.
And saying that someone can increase their familial bonds by adding a third party is as big a mistake as saying "our relationship will grow if we have a child". Doing that will only magnify what is already there. The good and the bad.
What this really boils down to is how people feel about certain animals. My fiancee loves animals. I like them, but do not love them. My fiancee enjoys walking the dog, I enjoy walking. My fiancee sees it as a game. I see it as an obligation.
Animals are pets, not family. That's just the way it is. The only people that can say differently are those that would choose their pet over their child, and I simply pity them.
gardninmom
on 04/19/14
Pidge24 and 4 others liked this  
I understand what you are saying, Sidney. I remember seeing a women holding her little poodles that had bows in their hair and painted claws with her gushing over how darling they are and how much she loves them, with her poor little daughter standing there in rags with snot on her face and the Mom yelling at her. It made me want to throw up. Also, I know a man with children and a wife who carried on an affair with the excuse that he did it because he was more sensitive than his wife was because he loved their pets more than she did. He never did seem to get it that he was being an insensitive cad to his family. Certainly, cgw522 doesn't realize that more often than not it is the "uber" animal lovers that are most shallow in their relationships with humans. To call others shallow and just plain "meen" (mean) because they value their children more than their dog is shallow and "meen."
Sidneythelawyer
on 04/19/14
Hellertown liked this  
*their
Tapple
on 04/19/14
surfergirl77 liked this  
I do think my pet is a part of my family, she has died 3 months ago... :( I still miss her...
cyoung83
on 04/19/14
pitdroid and 2 others liked this  
No. I consider a pet just that, "a pet." Animals are not human, therefore, it would be impossible to think of them as a family member. Even though I love my pet dearly, I could never consider it family because it is a dog not a person. I worry about people who treasure pets more than human life. That is very scary. Lately, it just seems like the life of a human is worthless compared to an animal. I think we should really get back on track. Never the less, it is just an opinion.
justmeocala
on 04/19/14
A member of the family in that they are an important part of our team (watchdog, companion, etc) and have responsibilities too. I don't baby my kids or my pets - but I sure love them all like crazy!
RenaeS
on 04/19/14
The question was NOT are your pets more important than your family or humans. The question is Do you consider your pets part of your family... and absolutely I do!
I have 2 dogs and 2 cat (and even a grown human child). I have raised all except one from birth (or shortly after). I have a very special bond with each animal. They all have very different personalities & unique traits. They know when I am have a crappy day and they comfort me. If I cry one of my dogs will lick the tears from my face and nuzzle me until I'm done.

As far has pet vs. humans.... pets love unconditionally and forever. Pets do not lie, cheat, or steal. Pets will not turn their back on you. In reality... humans are the real "animals".
Usagiangel
on 04/19/14
Yes and no. My children are far more important to me than any pet could be, but if I had a pet, I would consider them to be a part of the family.
justmeocala
on 04/19/14
A member of the family in that they are an important part of our team (watchdog, companion, etc) and have responsibilities too. I don't baby my kids or my pets - but I sure love them all like crazy!
UsernameMan
on 04/19/14
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justmeocala
on 04/19/14
What has my conservative views got to do with my pets? Obama eats dogs (although to be fair most of the world does too) and Clinton took his rage out on Buddy many times (he hated that dog and made his staffers take him home so Clinton would not have to deal with him). Bo stays in a crate most of the time as the Obamas are rarely home to play with him. My dog loves to ride in the back of trucks and often climbs on the roof rack while the vehicle is moving (we have to stop and try to get her inside the truck when she does that.) Please get a grip on your cold-blooded hatred, it'll benefit your life greatly!
tejathecrazyguy
on 04/19/14
i wanted a pet but my parents dont allow me to raise a pet .. my bad .. i will surely raise one when im employeed
justmeocala
on 04/19/14
A member of the family in that they are an important part of our team (watchdog, companion, etc) and have responsibilities too. I don't baby my kids or my pets - but I sure love them all like crazy!
swaguser17427817
on 04/19/14
Ofcourse pet is also part of the Family:-)
Samarasmom
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 2 others liked this  
If we are fortunate, a dog or cat introduced as a pup or kitten to the family will live for over ten years barring any terminal illnesses or other accidental deaths. Of course, they are regarded as part of the family!
justsusanhere
on 04/19/14
RenaeS liked this  
our first two dogs lived til 15 1/2 yrs and 17 1/2 yrs; the last one, a cocker spaniel, did not make it to her 11th birthday... the first two were mixed breeds, I think that the next four legged family member will be a mutt as well.
CoolGuyMcDad
on 04/19/14
pic297 and 6 others liked this  
Pets are sometimes more a part of the family then actual members of the family! XD
liviamew777
on 04/19/14
this is too cute haahah
krbi
on 04/19/14
My dog and three cats are definitely members of our family. The humans come first, of course, but there is love enough for all.
bradbellem2
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
Pets are an extention of the individual and family.
tinamarie1749
on 04/19/14
I have a cat and I do consider her a part of the family.
DRudi
on 04/19/14
kkwaltz liked this  
While we love our children, we can love & respect our pets also as all have different personalities. Pets do have similar emotional feelings, depression, jealousy, fear, joy.....others, some people may not know this some may. I too understand child/pet loss after having one of our twins die in 2012 after being given serratia (hospital born infection) at a time he really needed to be free of these infections. He was a little over 3 yrs. My love bird just passed in 12/13 at 17 1/2 years old. My child loss was very deep, losing my love bird hurt also. RIP Chase & Baby Bird. I love you!!!
roadrunner82869
on 04/19/14
kkwaltz liked this  
I love my dogs like they were my babies.
lonecon
on 04/19/14
sewcraftyme and 1 others liked this  
my dog is my family..
Cheesenipz
on 04/19/14
Pets are great.
zoo2here
on 04/19/14
abrown925 and 3 others liked this  
I love my animals, in fact I even cried when my fish got sick. However, they are animals. In no way shape or form are they equal with my children. My children are from within my own body, they have my DNA. How could I equate that with a dog? A cat? I had a bird that I had to give away because she was so very jealous whenever I did anything that did not involve her. In fact she came at me once during the 8th month of my pregnancy. I love her and still miss her but will not take any chances with my children, she was a pet.
Samarasmom
on 04/19/14
I've experienced both types of loss. I had a baby die of SIDS when she was not yet three months old. I've also had to have a cat and two dogs put to sleep when they stopped eating and were suffering. The grieving is somewhat similar but with a child's death, it lasts much longer and is more intense.
davnlei
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
The question did ask if you consider them a family member....I see a lot of parents on here taking that to mean "is your dog as important to you as your child?" I don't have human children, so I cannot comment on that. I do have a large family though, that I love very much, and I can say without hesitation that my pets are family members. If you think about it that way, maybe it's easier to answer in the "Yes" column. Do you love and value your pet as much as your cousin?
lambofosho
on 04/19/14
I wish i could have a pet right now but being single and in the military makes it impossible to have one right now =[
mongo12
on 04/19/14
????
aaronz77
on 04/19/14
thr3ddzgirl and 6 others liked this  
Just had to put our pet to sleep two days ago. If you've ever been with a pet until the end like that you realize how much of a family member they really are!
justsusanhere
on 04/19/14
kkwaltz liked this  
You are so right, I have been thru it three times, most recently this past December, on my birthday no less, and let me tell you it does not get any easier... they were all beloved family members, and will never be forgotten... cherish your memories of the good times that you had with this dear pet that you lost, it really does help... that, and the passage of time will too..
Samarasmom
on 04/19/14
I've been the only adult with the vet when a cat and two dogs had to be put to sleep in the past several years. (My husband was working and I called him to let him know our pets' suffering had gotten to the degree it had to be done.) I cried each time. Came home with the hollow grief feeling afterwards. I'm sorry for your loss.
MoneyLadyO
on 04/19/14
aaronz77 liked this  
I'm so sorry - I know how you feel!!
aaronz77
on 04/19/14
thank u.
atagahi
on 04/19/14
thr3ddzgirl and 1 others liked this  
I think pets have their own unique space within a family. Its not the same space that children or significant others fill but it is there all the same and brings so much to the family unit.
jshopping2012
on 04/19/14
patman092991 liked this  
I was scared to see the percentage of NO answers. Pets are family!!!
tigstar
on 04/19/14
Moahnstahh liked this  
of course its part of your family why wouldnt it be
RudyCat
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
My oldest cat will be 17 this year. I brought her home as a tiny kitten who was abandoned in a busy parking lot. I have taken care of her since then. She has had serious illnesses and almost died twice. I have nursed her back to health both times , and she recovered despite the vet saying she wouldn't. She is my little miracle. I have had to clean up after her, force fed her when she refused to eat, medicate her, give her insulin injections, home blood testing, you name it. Most of it was done without the help of a vet. Because of all that I have been through with her, there is an incredible bond. She is more than family to me.
tampocky
on 04/19/14
ok
NoirAngelique
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
My pets ARE my family. I have two daughters who live 8 and 9 hours away and are too busy with their own lives to come here more than once every few years and I'm too broke to go see them. They are all the human family I have. I have no friends where I live...none of the ones I had returned after Katrina, I'm disabled now so no job to make other friends at, I'm an Aspie, so it's not like I make friends very easily anyway and I pretty much just don't trust people in general, so yeah, my pets are my family...on a day to day basis, they're my whole world. They're little creatures with feelings, personalities and traits like loyalty and protectiveness. I would never betray their trust by treating them like they were *just animals* and therefore disposable. They're no more disposable than human family.
tiffmarie12
on 04/19/14
I love my pet, its like my child!
RudyCat
on 04/19/14
RenaeS and 1 others liked this  
They are not part of the family in the sense that they don't judge me, nag me or criticize me. They are actually better than family. I get unconditional love from my cats, can't say the same for the rest of my family.
LoveofNature
on 04/19/14
I love my pets dearly.
newme10
on 04/19/14
When I use to have pets, I did consider them part of the family.
Animefangirl111
on 04/19/14
xmalay liked this  
I have both cats and fish, and I think of both of them as part of the family. I suppose it depends on personal preference though. Don't bite people's heads off just because they think differently from you guys 'w'

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