Doggy Love

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The dog’s ear twitched and its fleshy edge shook out a fly that buzzed loudly away. The dog’s eyelids quivered and strained open to view his surroundings.

Casper, named fondly by the neighbourhood boys, rested his face on both paws on the pebbled ground that hosted innumerable microscopic creatures. A breeze that carried smells of discarded food in a nearby dumpster trailed past his nostrils and ploughed through his furry back. The fly descended on the bridge of his nose and tickled it as if fondling and lulling him to sleep. Casper shut his eyes as darkness moved in.

His eyes jerked open at a sudden commotion of loud human discord. Casper threw his gaze towards the noise, with teeth parted and saliva dripping—a failed display of ferocity. As the human verbal assault grew physical, other dogs thronged to the arena. Casper propped himself up on four rickety legs, stretching muscles that formed a thin layer over his bony structure. The fly, losing its grip, flapped away. Casper detected a female dog passing, sensing her sensual gait. As a shiver passed through his entire body, he barked to get her attention. The other dog recognized his call and swayed her back end, her face signalling encouragement. Dead leaves covered the street in intricate patterns, and Casper pawed through them, his eyes fixed hopefully on his conquest.

As he trotted toward her, he glanced down and was distracted by a bread crust in a half-torn wrapper. Better, he thought, to grind bread between his teeth. He momentarily lost track of his previous quest—until instinct urged him to follow her. With the bread secure in his teeth, he frantically picked up her scent. A road infested with honking vehicles blocked his way, perhaps making him lose this opportunity. Trying to find a path among the speeding wheels, he ventured forward, then he retreated. After some more attempts, he arrived safely on the other end, which impressed the female. Now, she had taken refuge under an empty shed. Casper’s trotting was now a strong and confident gait, as if he had won his prize over many contenders. He sniffed at the dry ground, cocked his floppy ears, making these extravagant movements before approaching her. The female dog was lying prostrate on the ground, covering her private parts with her slender, furry tail. Casper neared her, his tongue sticking out, now smeared with saliva …

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shayarisms4lovers June18 235 - 50 Funny Memes & Quotes Everyone Who Loves Their Pet Can Relate To

50 Funny Memes & Quotes Everyone Who Loves Their Pet Can Relate To

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A person’s best friend has four legs and unconditional love for its human.

Although Wednesday beats Monday, it’s still not Friday. However, today isn’t just any Wednesday. It’s National Love Your Pet Day!

My first pets were tortoises and although they didn’t have tails to wag or soft fur to cuddle, I know they felt the love I had for them. There’s something about coming home everyday to someone who loves you and sees the best in you.

Most have their own stories with how animals have touched their lives.

We will forever be grateful to our four legged creatures that come and go when we’ve needed them. Here are 50 of the best quotes and memes to remind you why pets are awesome.

1. They always know when you need them

“Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.”  ― James Herriot

2. Forget humans, pets are best

“Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet.”  ― Colette

3. Dogs give us way more than we deserve

“A lover will give you a kiss. A friend will give you a hug. But a dog with give you his heart.” – Unknown

4. When you realize how much love your pets give you

“Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day.  It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them.”  ― John Grogan

5. We only do things out of the interest for our pets

“I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it.”  ― Abraham Lincoln

6. They are all good doggos

“Everyone thinks they have the best dog and none of them are wrong… ” – W.R. Purche​

7. Cats just know what they want

“Cats are the lap-dancers of the animal world. Soon as you stop shelling out, they move on, find another lap. They’re furry little sociopaths. Pretty and slick — in love with themselves. When’s the last time you saw a seeing-eye cat?”  ― Andrew Vachss,

8. TFW you realize pets only want to love you

“Over the years I’ve come to appreciate how animals enter our lives prepared to teach and far from being burdened by an inability to speak they have many different …

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