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16 Signs You’re Obsessed With Your Pets

16 Signs You're Obsessed With Your Pets

16 Signs You’re Obsessed With Your Pets

Introduction

If you’ve ever met me in person, you know that I’m a big softie. Whether it’s cats or dogs (or both!), I can’t help but fall head over heels with them. So imagine my surprise when all of these signs started happening. Here is our guide of 16 Signs You’re Obsessed With Your Pets:

You have more pictures of your pets than yourself.

You have more pictures of your pets than you do of your friends and family.

Your pets have social media accounts.

If you’re like me, social media is a way to share photos of your pets. You can also use it to follow their adventures on the internet.

For example: I have an Instagram account for my dog and a Facebook page for our cat. They both have their own Twitter accounts as well! It’s fun because we can see each other’s posts as well as read about what they’re up to in real life (like going on walks or meeting new friends).

You bought them a pet stroller and think it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

You bought them a pet stroller and think it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

Pet strollers are a great way to take your pets with you when you go on walks, trips to the park or beach, or even just around town. Just make sure that they don’t get too excited and run away! If your dog wants to play in traffic or chase cars on the sidewalk—that’s totally okay! But if he decides that he’d rather just sit in his stroller and look cute while people drive by him? That’s not okay at all.

You have a running list of nicknames for them.

You have a running list of nicknames for them.

It’s a good idea to give your pets names. But it can be hard to remember all the ones you’ve come up with. If this is the case, use the nicknames in conversation and when referring to them: “He’s such a good boy!” or “The little cat likes her new scratching post.” Even if you forget their actual names at times (which happens), don’t worry—you’re not alone! The more often we use our pets’ nicknames, the easier it will be for us all to identify them.

You’ve filled an entire bookshelf with photos and drawings of your pets.

You’ve filled an entire bookshelf with photos and drawings of your pets.

If you have a lot of pictures of your pets, it may be time to clean out the closet or make room for some new artwork! If you’re feeling overwhelmed by this pile, consider taking a break from looking at them for a few days (or even weeks). When you come back to it later on, though—blessed with fresh perspective—you’ll likely find there are only so many more photos left before they run out of space.

All your personal belongings (phone, laptop, tablet, etc.) are covered in stickers, decals or sketches of your pets.

  • You have stickers, decals or sketches of your pets on your phone, laptop, tablet.
  • You have a sticker, decal or sketch of your pet on every single thing you own (and even if it isn’t yours).
  • Your keys are covered in stickers, decals or sketches of your pets (and sometimes their names too).

When you go on vacation, you make sure to book pet-friendly accommodations so you can bring your sweet babies along.

When you go on vacation, you make sure to book pet-friendly accommodations so you can bring your sweet babies along. If your hotel has a good reputation for being kid friendly and/or pet friendly, then it will be easier for you and your family to relax and enjoy yourselves.

You also want to make sure that the hotel has a good reputation for being kid friendly. This way, if there are any problems with children running around while they’re asleep or something like that (which happens sometimes), then other guests might complain about them as well!

You’ve tried really hard to wear your pet a sweater or a bow tie, but they just don’t get it. It’s so cute when they look at you like that!

Your pets are great, but they’re not exactly highbrow. They don’t understand why you’re making such a big deal about their outfits. They wonder why we take pictures of them in them (and sometimes even bring them into the room with you). Don’t worry—it’ll come to them eventually!

You’ve found yourself saying “go to mommy” or “be a good boy!” three times like other normal people. Because you’ll take any excuse to yell out cute things to your furry friends.

  • You’ve found yourself saying “go to mommy” or “be a good boy!” three times as much as normal people would in any given day. Because you’ll take any excuse to yell out cute things to your furry friends.
  • Once upon a time, before your pet became part of your life, you were able to stop thinking about them all the time. Now that they’re here, though, it seems like every waking moment is spent thinking about them. Like no matter what else is going on in life. Whether it’s work or school or even just paying bills—you have this constant reminder of how much love and care goes into having pets around (and maybe even taking care of them).

Your favorite activity is having playtime with them! Those games never get old! And neither do they—you can’t help but find everything they do adorable.

A sign you’re obsessed with your pets is that you enjoy playing with them. Whether it’s to chase after a toy or just because they’re so cute and cuddly, the fact that you love spending time with them means you get how much fun it is for both of you. And if there’s one thing we can all agree on in this world, it’s that having fun is good!

Your phone background is a photo of you with your pets.

Your phone background is a photo of you with your pets.

You’ve probably taken more photos of your dog or cat than yourself, and you have a running list for all the nicknames they’ve been given over the years. You know their favorite foods, their favorite toys (and what they like to chew on), and even how much time they spend sleeping versus eating or playing with other animals.

If it’s not obvious by now that you’re obsessed with them, here are some other signs:

Conclusion

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about our pets, and that we’ve made you feel a little more comfortable with the love and commitment it takes to be an owner. Remember: no matter what size or breed of animal you choose, there’s always room for one more in your life (or at least on your social media)!

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