THE PETS

My dog Sampson AND my cat Mr. Bean were all cuddled up in bed with this morning as if to say..."Stay Kelly...Stay."

Yesterday it worked. I think your pets know when you're not feeling good. Maybe I should have listened? Maybe they were saying, "Kelly...It's too soon.  You should stay home with us. We'll take care of you."

DO PETS KNOW WHEN WE ARE FEELING BAD?

The answer is yes. According to WisconsinPetCare, Dogs in particular can smell 100,000 times better than we can, and can smell the change in our body chemistry. They say they can also see the change in our expressions on our face, which makes them want to stay by our side and make us happy.

The same is true for cats...and horses!  No...you won't see a photo of a horse in my bed with Sampson and Mr. Bean...Just saying.

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