Dogs — they are considered by many to make the best pets with their intense loyalty, unconditional love, and fun-loving nature. But even our pets can experience almost human-like jealousy when something tries to come between them and the people they love so much. Never underestimate your pet. They are much smarter than we think and more sensitive than any other human you know.
As you can see, this little puppy isn’t ready to have anyone come between him and his favorite human (either that or he’s very protective.) And he made sure to keep himself closeby by jumping really high so as not to be ignored.
The Car Means Excitement
This furry friend always looks like he's ready to ride no matter where the car is headed. Just look at that outpouring of excitement! The eyes wide open to take in everything they come across, the mouth hanging open in a big, toothy smile, and the tail that would normally be wagging, but there just isn't enough space in the footwell of the vehicle.
We're sure once Rusty gets outside, he's going to be a bundle of joy and plenty of wags. All dogs know that when you get in the car, it's time for some good and exciting times.
Following You to the Bathroom
Though the kitchen might be a popular hangout place for your cat, many of them are fascinated by their owner’s bathroom. From sleeping in sinks to causing trouble with the toilet, this cat can't get enough of the commode. Talk about pushy and talk about minding your own business and giving me some peace and quiet.
Many cats feel vulnerable without you. Just try doing your business alone without being watched, it's impossible with cats! The bathroom is also full of interesting smells and cool smooth surfaces to lay on — plus, they know they’ll be the focus of your attention. You've got yourself a new bathroom buddy!
Get This Equation in Your Head
Trying to study while you have a couple of cats running around on top of the desk is a losing proposition. They just have too much energy. You'll never be able to find the right kind of focus for getting that information in your brain. They'll chew on pencils, they'll lie on top of books, they'll meow so much that you'll have to tear your attention away, and that's just the start of it.
When you finally reach the test you're prepping for, you're just going to have memories of cats running around. Generally not a bad thing, but not what you want all the time.
New Sitcom This Fall!
There are few things better than seeing a guy smiling with his dog, and this pic is right up there with the best. Big smiles, bright eyes, and that framing – perfect. This guy and his dog – the dog's name is Quaid, apparently – are all set to conquer the horizon in their set of wheels.
They could be going to the store, they could be going to the pet store, or they could be going to a distant location across state or country lines – it really doesn't matter to these two. They're always going to be ready.