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Melissa Flagg says
i think i fainted just now after too. i will revive myself no dogs/cats necessary. lost for words.
Your right about that Daughter. They generally are cleaner. The human mouth is one of the worst for bacteria etc. Even a snakes mouth area is by some 10s of degrees cleaner.
I got a kick out of your answer. I don´t kiss my dog but she can lick my face whenever she wants as it makes her feel better, like when I get home and she wants to greet me. I can always wash and the alternative is to deny her that greeting. No way!
@ mark i suggest a high-five instead, lol. @al, since I despise snakes that sounds even worse, lol. Thanks for your answers though.
@brittvan22 Sorry! lol I didn't mean to make you faint... well ok maybe ;)
@Alastar, Thank You!! I'd kiss a snake too, as long as it wasn't poisonous lol
@DrMark, I wholeheartedly agree! My current pup loves to lick! I think it helps with her anxiety
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Mazzy Bolero says
very useful and the last line says it all!
Jennifer Bridges says
HIT AND RUNS, OH NO! TRUE, BUT MY SISTERS CATS WILL LITERALLY EAT ANYTHING (FELLOW KITTENS ARE NOT OFF LIMITS, UNLESS THEY BITE BACK!) MY SISTER JUST LOVES HER CATS AND KITTENS!
A friend of mine used to let her dog lap tea out of her own cup and then take a drink herself! I couldn't bear to watch! I loved my dog but I was never tempted to share saliva with him.
Haha, my cat and the cats I work with are finicky. Whenever we have to change brands at the shelter (most of our food is donated), a good portion of the cats will look at it, and then look up as if to say, "what the heck is this?"
About the tea: Ew!
Wow Jen, i think cats are more like humans than we think. Maz, didn't think i could faint twice, just did. brings new meaning to sweet tea.
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