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    LOL

    (I will admit, I went there, too)

    That smiley is adorable. I just want to pet it and make it feel better!

    Unfortunately, I seem to have a neurotic cat who is only just barely tolerant of petting and NOT AT ALL tolerant of being picked up. I need to trade her in. (Just kidding, Sylvia! Sort of.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lookin4theBestNU View Post
    (Gutter)_________ (I sure hope Mike Rowe is waiting there for me *sniffles*)



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    The researchers observed that the cows stretched out their necks and let their ears fall signs of deep relaxation when stroked in parts of the upper back and the neck areas that cows often reach when they lick each other.
    This happens when I stroke the underside of my cat's neck. Does that mean my cats lick each other's underside part of the neck?
    I'm a Phlegmatic-Melancholy.

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    My dog likes to stretch out and sprawl on the floor when I massage her back like that article described. I always figured she'd like that because I like it when someone massages the muscles along my spine and neck. Our backs are constructed in a similar manner, so what relieves stress for me will probably relieve stress for her as long as I'm gentle about it. I'm the only one in my family to gives her massages, so when I'm away, it must suck for her to be deprived of them.
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    My cat is called Rapey so she definitely gets her requisite amount of petting (she attacks otherwise). My dog just likes to follow me around the house and sit at my feet while I do things. He always positions himself perfectly in reach of my hands so I have easy ear scratching access.

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    The title made me chuckle internally, but the content was decent.

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    Mans best friend, turns out it's not even a man.

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    Murr *purrs* =^.^=
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