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In my opinion, I am a “pet person.” I have owned four cats (two rescued from shelters and two adopted from a rescue organization) and five dogs (three rescued from shelters and two adopted from a rescue organization), and I have one ferret, a Chihuahua/Poodle mix (a rescue from a pet store, of course).
I have an eight-year old cat named Fluffy, an eight-year old dog, a three-year old dog called Dixie, and a four-year old dog named Lassie. I have never been more excited for a dog vacation than when they all came to stay with me for a couple of weeks in June. Fluffy and Dixie are the only two dogs I have ever had that like me and the people that I know.
From the two cats and dog, we have a five-year old cat named Lucy, a four-year old cat named Lily, a two-year old cat called Chloe, and a two-year old cat named Daisy. These cats and dogs all live in a house that I have lived in for over a year now. I am not sure why it took me so long to adopt three dogs and cats, but I am so happy that they are all close by.
I am not really sure why I have done this, but I have been in contact with two groups of people who are looking for a dog and cat to keep them company. I have been in contact with a group of people who are looking for a dog and cat for their adult children. I have just been lucky enough to acquire a home with a cat and dog that I am looking forward to sharing with them.
The closest I have come to adopting a pet was when I was in the process of moving. I was looking for a pet that I could keep up with me while I was on my own. I was very lucky that I had such a close association with a cat that I was able to keep her close while I was on my own.
With cats and dogs, it’s easy to get attached to a pet, but it’s just not as easy with human beings. We are different from the animals we share our life with and we need time to bond with each other. Most of the people I see in my line-of-work are in the “we’re all just dogs” group, which makes me sad. I feel like I am giving up a chance to bond with one of these people that I have just met.
I think it’s just as likely that human-to-animal bonding happens with just a few people, and it’s just easier if I can find a person like that. I am not the best social person to be around people, and I don’t really enjoy conversations, so this is also something I have to watch out for.
The line-of-work is always more stressful when you are not sure what people are thinking. This is especially true when you are not sure who the people you are going to work with are thinking about. I have always had a hard time seeing myself as a good worker or even being a good employee. When I first started working with a company, I felt I had to be a certain way to not make a mistake.