Who do you greet first in the morning your pets or your family?
I have to admit that I usually give my dogs a hug first before anyone else!!
I have two dogs that do not give me a choice in the matter. The second my eyes open they are trying to jump up and give me love.
The cats... They are what wakes me up each morning at 6:30. Meowing for affection and to look outside my bedroom window, where all the birds are.
I am a naturally early riser, so feeding our pets breakfast usually falls to me. I greet in this order: my cat who sleeps on the bed, our dog, the coffee maker, then the humans.
The dogs. I usually get up first and my husband sleep a little later. So the first faces I see are the furry ones happy to see someone up.
Usually my daughter (unless my son wakes up first) because I have to get her ready for school!
I usually get up first and the dog gets up second....my husband sleeps in most mornings. So the dog is the first one I greet!!
Beano, our boglen terrier, is not an early riser and typically the last one out of his bed. So the honor goes to my wife AnniePie.
Well my pets are what wakes me and they rarely let me sleep in, so my pets are first.
My son. I sleep next to him. If he wakes up first, he will start asking for his milk in the morning. If i wake up first, i would give him a peck on the cheek. Cute little guy!
I tend to greet my mom first and then my cat greets me! I love when she comes running over to me in the morning (assuming she is in a good mood!) and demands to be petted.
That depends on who I see first, and who's awake. My wife and I keep widely different hours, so when I get up, she may be napping. Or when I first crack an eyelid, the first person I see may be Gato the cat.
Once in a while, it's even Missy the leopard gecko who gets the nod, in her cage, if she's up and about and gives me a look.
I am rudely awoken every morning by my dog Buffy, who expects her breakfast first thing. Once she's fed (and she's stopped being vocal about her empty belly) the rest of us in the house can say good morning!
I am always given a big sloppy, loving kiss on the cheek by my puppy dog...Aunt Baby. Then my day begins properly...
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