If you could ask your pet just two questions, what would they be?
I would ask: "how come you you love me so much?"
"Why do you love chasing that tail of yours?"
"What is your issue with the color white?" And then just a general, "What are you doing?" I do ask her that a lot. Sometimes she answers, not intelligibly, but she answers...
Yep, they let you know in their own way. Don't you just love them!
I say I love you and my lab German Shepard, Lucy says, I love you. So there really is nothing left to say. Her answer tells me all I need to know. Now my cat, that's another story. I think I'd ask why she is so stuck up, lol.
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