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People Who Had To Choose Their Pet Over Their Partner Reveal How It All Went (35 Pics)

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People Who Had To Choose Their Pet Over Their Partner Reveal How It All Went (35 Pics)

«Either the pet goes or I go.» It’s an ultimatum you think exists only in movie scripts. Until you hear it from your significant other.

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A few weeks ago, Reddit user Sugar-Soad posted a question to the platform, asking «People who were made to choose between your pet and your partner, how did your ex react when you chose your pet?» 

Surprisingly, it received over 9.6K comments, many of which detailed these exact situations people found themselves in. Luckily, they made the right choice.

#1

Was getting a divorce and the ex-wife demanded my dog or she’d take me to court over the house. I reluctantly gave him to her. She called me five days after taking possession of him. He was chewing everything of hers, peeing all over her and her new boyfriends house. I got him back and he never did any of that for me. Still have him and he is 15 years old now

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Holly Sizemore, Chief Mission Officer at Best Friends Animal Society, told Bored Panda that shelter and animal welfare workers have pretty much heard every random story on why people give up their pets. «Occasionally, there are reasons like ‘Oh, we got a new couch and now the dog’s fur doesn’t match it’ or ‘the cat hisses at my boyfriend every time he comes over and he’s offended’ but these random and quite frankly, nutty, reasons are rare,» Sizemore said.

Most people, according to her, cite having to give up their pet due to having ‘too many animals’ and ‘housing issues’, situations that often result in a homeless pet and a heartbroken family. If you’re interested, here’s a comprehensive article and data analysis on the most common reasons why people surrender their animals.

#2

He wanted me to rehome my cat because he wanted a dog instead. We were not living together, and I’m allergic to dogs. That didn’t matter, HE wanted me to have one, so he demanded I rehome the cat. I rehomed him instead. The look on his face when I took him to his mother’s house was pretty priceless.

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#3

This is my favorite story from when I worked in a shelter. A guy came in to surrender his cat, with the reason that his girlfriend didn’t like her. He starts filling out the paperwork, but partway through he just stops and says, «Screw this. I’m just going to break up with her instead.» He picks up the cat and walks out the door, presumably to leave his GF. I hope he stuck to it and he and his cat got a happy ending.

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Luckily, Sizemore said that some couples are willing to do whatever it takes to maintain both their relationship and their pets. «We also hear a lot about how potential romantic partners stand no chance unless they show interest in and are ‘approved of’ by a pet,» Sizemore added. «I know of a story where a couple who fell in love and wanted to get married were instrumental in changing their local town’s archaic and overbroad pet-limit law. They each had 2 dogs and wanted to marry and move into the same household with their 4 dogs, but the pet limit in their town was 2 cats and 2 dogs in total (despite no evidence showing that limiting the number of pets/species per household creates more responsible pet owners or fewer nuisances in a community. Cruelty, nuisance, and negligence laws are the best tools to tackle legitimate pet-related issues). For this couple, the thought of giving up any of their furry beloved family members was unacceptable, so they helped get their local community to repeal the outdated pet limit law.»

«I also know of another couple who chose to live in separate households because one had cats and one had dogs that really wanted to eat the cats. The woman in this couple joked that the pets (and really maintaining separate households) was the secret to their very happy relationship.»

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#4

I had an incredibly toxic boyfriend who had at one point paid the fee for a rescue cat for me for my birthday. the cat REALLY didnt like him, she wasnt aggressive she was just skittish and didnt want to be around him. We had gotten into a fight earlier that day about something unrelated and he decided to start ranting about the cat and how he believed we should get rid of her, that she was a bad animal JUST because she was skittish ( she was a rescue!! and a very loving one at that if you let her come to you when she felt safe ).

He started to threaten to leave her at the humane society or get rid of her when i wasnt around so i couldnt stop him. I told him to get out of my house and immediately broke up with him. Butters is still making quality biscuits at my side and loves to take naps with me 🙂

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#5

My ex used to chase his cat around the house. Poor kitty was so scared. I took him to divorce court over that cat. Now she’s sleeping on my lap with her sister and she never has to run around the house unless it’s happy zoomies.

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There have also been very interesting studies on the subject. A survey carried out by Rover.com, for example, found that 60% of couple owners said that bringing up a dog together made their relationship stronger. But that’s not all. Half of the participants said their canines had helped them spend quality time together, as a couple.

Which, when you think about it, is understandable. Around 88% of those surveyed also said that raising a dog requires teamwork and 65% agreed that trust is needed, too. Both are important factors for a thriving relationship, so constantly working on these attributes is bound to produce valuable results for the couple’s everyday life as well.

#6

I remember him saying my diabetic cat needed to go so he could get a dog. We weren’t even living together. I looked him dead in the eyes and said. «My cat will outlive this relationship» considering she was really sick at the time he said it was unlikely and stormed off.

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We broke up 6 years ago and my cat is still going strong.

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#7

To be fair, anyone giving you an ultimatum to choose between them and one of your loved ones (human or otherwise) isn’t interested in a healthy relationship of any kind, and so isn’t worth your time. Long story short, never choose the one giving the ultimatum.

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Sizemore reminded people that there may be occasional legitimate reasons to ask someone to give up their pet for you. «Say for instance, if you were deathly allergic to cats and could not be around them without risking anaphylactic shock. However, anyone worth their salt as a romantic partner would never make such a request unless it was absolutely necessary and unless there was a clear positive alternative for the pet and their partner (maybe the cat is very much loved by the next-door neighbor who would happily give a great home to the kitty).»

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«Bottom line, despite all the love and joy pets give us, they aren’t without occasional challenges,» Sizemore highlighted. «Most challenges, whether linked to a romance or not, can be mitigated by a little research, veterinarian, and/or animal trainer or behaviorist. Occasionally, rehoming a pet is in everyone’s best interest, including the pet. And, sometimes it’s best to rehome the romance.»

For more information on pet care, take a look at all the resources provided by animal experts at Best Friends.

#8

I dated a guy who told me he would convince me to choose him over my cats. I broke up with him shortly after, mostly due to that. Was happily single, then my now husband comes along and says, «I’ve always wanted to be the husband of the crazy cat lady.» Way to win a girl’s heart.

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#9

Not me, but my sister was dating a guy who angrily accused her of loving her elderly cat more than him. She said she did — she had had him for 14 years and they had only been dating for about a month.

Guess he wasn’t expecting that because he just kind of shut up and left the house.

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#10

My ex husband was a constant cheat, terribly abusive, and loved to destroy anything I owned in order to punish and control me. I put up with anything and everything for over two years because “I loved him”. The last time I ever saw him he yelled at/hit my dog. I instantly packed my car and dog and left. Immediately filed for divorce. Haven’t seen him since. His lost his wife, source of income, vehicle, maid, scapegoat, bodyguard, sober driver, and emotional support in ten seconds. He was absolutely astounded I chose the dog over him, regardless of how many times he was warned not to act out around her. She is my soul mate and I would die for her.

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#11

I found out my girlfriend was hitting my dog when I wasn’t around. I left her and she was unable to admit that was the reason. I guess answering the question of «what happened to you guys?» With «oh he found out I was secretly hurting his dog» might make for awkward conversations.

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#12

I had a live-in bf (we had been together a year, decided to cohab because LDR wasn’t fulfilling). I had a cat for 15 years. He didn’t demand I get rid of my old man but he repeatedly made comments about how it was time to PTS because my cat was old and thin. He always commented on my cat’s weight. Even went so far as to stop by a vet and pick up cremation pamphlets so I could shop for urns.

I spent $$$ on all senior bloodwork, checked thyroid, etc. He had a clean bill of health because I always provided the best nutrition and care.

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One day I told him, “the next time you mention me putting my cat to sleep or imply I’m not doing right by him make sure your bags are packed.”

He was gone 3 weeks after that. The cat had 3 more wonderful years before cancer got him and I did PTS.

People: 15+ years of love and emotional investment will trump your new relationship, every time

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#13

I have an elderly rat (going on four years, which is quite the feat for a rat). I’ve raised him since he was a baby with his brother, who passed away two winters ago. When we moved in with my in-laws over the summer, they didn’t want me to bring my rat. I straight up told my partner that I’ll live somewhere else for awhile (we’d been living together for almost three years at that point) because my rat is my responsibility, he’s very old, and that I was going to see him through to the end. They were a little upset and accused me of choosing the rat over them, but I explained that he’s an animal that relies on us. It worked out, I convinced my in-laws to let me bring him, and we’re all still kickin. He’s on his last days and I’m glad I’m here with him. He’ll be buried with his brother when it’s time.

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#14

I knew a couple that had to break up because she was badly allergic to his elderly dog. They were both understanding of the situation and there’s was no animosity. They ended up getting back together after the dog had passed away and are now very happy.

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#15

This was a long time ago but I just started dating this person and I was told they hated my dog, it was a bit of a shock but I was like no biggie just get to know my dog and you will fall in love with him.

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So the next time, we had a doggie date and HE TRIED TO KICK MY DOG. I literally grabbed my dog and turned around and walked away. And that was that!!!

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#16

My friend had his girlfriend spend the night at his house. While he was making her breakfast she began complaining about his «nasty dog». My friend told her, «You should stop complaining, the dog lives here and you don’t». They broke up a week later.

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#17

Not me but my sister choose our cat over her boyfriend of 4 months. He was furious when she dumped him and called her an idiot for picking a “dirty fleabag” over him. Cat was not a dirty fleabag, he just hated pets and wanted to try to control my sister. I was relieved when she dumped him. I never got good vibes from him.

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#18

She acted like she’d never even considered I’d choose the cat over her. I don’t think that thought had ever entered her mind. Then she went into a big spiel about how I’m a loser, I’m missing out, there’s only one of her, etc etc. Yeah, I knew all that when I put my foot down over her idiotic jealousy of the cat liking me more than her.

The cat is now 16 and still with me, happy in her senior years. There’s been other women since her, ones that treated me a lot better than she did. It was a total win for both the cat and myself.

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#19

True story:

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ex says «im leaving»

im all worried about our cats. Dont want to lose them, dont want to seperate them

ex says: «dont worry im not taking the cats»

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Immediate relief.

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#20

I had a boyfriend I dated for a few months and things were starting to get serious. One day he said “you know if we ever move in together your dog will have to be an outside dog. Dogs aren’t meant to be inside.” My dog was a 7pound chihuahua. I told him if he was not willing to change his mind we would not be moving forward with us. He told me it was my loss. I was ok with that. After that I would try and find excuses for my pup and potentials to meet before. When I met my now husband he told me he did not like small dogs. He met my pup and fell in love. Sadly she passed away two years ago but he just celebrated 12 years ago. I hope the other guy found someone good for him.

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#21

I had a fortnight to decide, him or my cat. I thought he was joking! Nope, a fortnight later and he asked for my decision. We’d been in a relationship for nearly two years and were living together, I loved him but the whole thing was absurd and I wasn’t getting rid of my cat. We broke up and in general he took it well. Too well. I was pretty sure he wanted an to break up with me, but couldn’t admit it. So I left with my cat and went to stay with my brother. I came back that weekend to sort out our joint possessions only find him sneaking out the back door the 19 year old receptionist from his work that he’d been [having sex] in my bed. 12 years later and me and the cat are doing great! I hope he’s turned into a better human being.

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#22

I was in elementary school when my stepdad made a comment about getting rid of my cats. I told him that we had the cats longer than him , and I liked them better. He looked at my mom to defend him, and she told him she had told him not to talk about my cats. One passed away at the age of 14 when I was in college, and the other passed away at 19 after I had graduated. He was never cuddly with them but was always nice after that conversation.

20 plus years later he has his own cat that adores him and hates my mom.

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#23

Not my partner but my mom gave away my dog when I was away on a trip visiting my sister when I was 18. She called me while I was away to explain my dad was going to leave her if she didn’t rehome him.

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Fast forward several years later.. my mom gave her cat to my 7 year old daughter only to later take the cat back after getting mad at me for something. 2 years later my daughter still cries over missing the cat. I went no contact with her immediately following that incident.

#24

I bred tarantulas professionally for a few years. Most were in a specially designed shed outside, but I had a few in the house. Was totally upfront with people when dating, and if it was a dealbreaker, then no hard feelings.

I dated this one guy for a few months, but we’d always go out or to his. I didn’t really think much of it. Around month 4, he started getting annoyed and one day, straight up asked me how long it was gonna take to «sell a few spiders».

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I thought he was talking about my actual job, so I was like, «oh, I sell them in bulk to a supplier. He’s coming round on Tuesday, actually.» And my bf was so relieved, but I couldn’t really understand why.

So the dude comes round on the Weds and sees the tarantulas in the house and goes on an abolute tirade about how I lied to him, how I’ve broken his trust, and how he’s gonna need time to heal. NGL, I just burst out laughing. I was like, «you really thought I was gonna give up my job for you?»

Well that was apparently not the reaction he expected. He stormed out, yelling about how I was such a dumb bitch for not realising how great he was lmao. Tried to crucify me on social media, but he just ended up looking like an idiot lol

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#25

I had a friend who was dating this real assh**e guy. One weekend her parents came to town with a puppy. Let her play with it and love on it all weekend. At the end of the weekend they said “you can keep this dog if you dump assh**e.” She didn’t even think about it, dumped him immediately.

#26

Late here- my aunt started dating this guy a while after my uncle passed away. Seems nice at first. She ends up basically buying him a house. He quits his job, the whole 9 yards.

My aunt has 2 dogs. Now apparently this guy decided he hates dogs now and they’re too loud and annoying and ends up giving her the ultimatum. When she chooses the dogs he tells her she’ll never find love with those dogs around. So he’s kinda jobless and out of housing right now. Good luck to him lol

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#27

I briefly dated a guy who pretended to not be severely allergic to cats. He came over for the first time doped up on Benadryl and I confronted him about it, and he tearfully told me he hoped to keep his allergy a secret long enough for me to fall for him and choose him over my cat.

And that this was a repeat strategy for him.

I laughed so hard (poor confused guy) and told him the only winning move was not to play. I happily never saw him again.

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#28

The dog chose me lol I divorced my husband and his dog destroyed his house and sadly wouldn’t eat properly or do anything but stress until he came to live with me and my dog. But to be fair, my ex is terrible at pets. He just kept him outside all day and night with no interaction. The dog is a Great Dane and at the time it was me, my toddler and my dog in a little town house but we gladly took in the big guy over keeping him alone and miserable with his actual owner.

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#29

Well, he got jealous anytime I’d even pet the dogs infront of him. He started treating them terribly. Eventually he told me, basically, that he knows I wouldn’t get rid of them but so long as they were around our relationship would be negatively impacted and would deteriorate. Then we broke up. Shrugs

Imagine feeling threatened and jealous of your SO (of 14 years!) petting a dog. They are well behaved, house broken, no behavioral issues, no financial burden, and honestly they are low maintenance in the attention department too. Thaaaaaaaaaaats when I noticed something was very off and went ahead and proved him right. I didn’t get rid of my dogs, and I just started distancing myself.

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#30

Lol we had a puppy together but she didn’t end up liking her very much. 8 months later thanks to the ultimatum she broke up with me, it was the best decision ever. It was an eye opener when I finally realized how unhappy I was in that toxic relationship. My mom offered to take care of the puppy since I was finishing up school, she’s now my mom’s dog and she turned 12 this year!

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#31

Being told to get rid of my puppy for acting like a puppy and ‘embarrassing him in front of the neighbors’ for ‘stealing’ something he promptly took back to them was the last straw for me kicking out my ex. Not even the abuse or the cheating

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#32

Not my story but my friend. His gf forced him to choose between her or dog but that dog was remaining memento from his deceased mother and of course he instantly dumped his gf. His gf went from facefull with expectations to beet red full of shame and anger and smashed his house windows when she left his house.

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#33

I love my chihuahua. She’s super sweet and never growls or has ever bit anyone. I have had so many guys say “I hate chihuahuas/ I already hate your dog” before even meeting her. I had one guy lose his sh*t when I told him I was choosing to not go on another date with him because of how he talked about how sh***y and mean my dog was on a first date when I was asked what breed she was. My boyfriend now said the same things at first before he saw her and fell absolutely in love within 2 minutes. They’ve been best friends for almost 5 years.

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#34

My ex was allergic to cats and had asthma. I had a cat.

He just kind of moved in with me without asking over time. I wasn’t against it. His allergies and his asthma never seemed to flare up or anything too badly with my cat around.

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We kept the place clean, etc.

He asked me to get rid of my cat multiple times. I said no every time.

Turns out the jerk was cheating on me with multiple women. Dropped the dude like a hot potato.

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Glad I kept my kitty.

#35

I never knew how bad some people could hate cats. Me and my fiancé (seven years)broke up. And I think it was partly because I had gotten a cat a year before she moved in. When she finally moved in, she wanted me to get rid of it. She left after barely six months of living together.

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Spirit y American Airlines cancelaron cientos de vuelos, frustrando a los pasajeros

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Un jet de Spirit Airlines visto acercándose al Aeropuerto Internacional de Filadelfia a principios de este año.

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Un jet de Spirit Airlines visto acercándose al Aeropuerto Internacional de Filadelfia a principios de este año.

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Spirit y American Airlines cancelaron cientos de sus vuelos el martes, exasperando a los pasajeros en los aeropuertos de todo el país y, en algunos casos, dejándolos varados.

La mitad de los vuelos del martes de Spirit fueron cancelados: un total de 347 vuelos, según Associated Press. En comparación, American Airlines había cancelado alrededor de 300 vuelos, alrededor del 10% del total del día, a media tarde del martes.

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Ambas aerolíneas han experimentado interrupciones en los vuelos durante los últimos tres días. Según el rastreador de vuelos FlightAware, Spirit canceló el 19% de sus vuelos dominicales y el 40% de sus vuelos el lunes. American canceló 300 vuelos los domingos y 563 vuelos los lunes.

American Airlines ha atribuido sus cancelaciones y retrasos al clima severo que ocurre en Dallas Fort Worth.

«Un evento prolongado de clima severo en Dallas Fort-Worth el domingo por la noche hasta el lunes por la mañana trajo fuertes lluvias sostenidas, fuertes vientos, relámpagos, microrráfagas y granizo a nuestro centro más grande», dijo la portavoz de American Airlines, Laura Masvidal, en un comunicado a NPR. «El evento meteorológico de nueve horas provocó retrasos en los vuelos, cancelaciones y casi 100 desvíos. Los miembros de nuestro equipo trabajan las veinticuatro horas del día para atender a nuestros clientes».

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Según American Airlines, muchos miembros de su tripulación habían «agotado el tiempo», ya que habían trabajado todas sus horas debido a retrasos y otras interrupciones.

En Twitter, Spirit Airlines dijo que estaba «experimentando desafíos operativos en algunas áreas» de su red y alentó a los pasajeros a verificar el estado de sus vuelos antes de dirigirse al aeropuerto.

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Un portavoz de Spirit atribuyó las interrupciones al clima, cortes del sistema y escasez de personal en ciertas áreas de operación.

«Al responder a estos desafíos, Spirit ha implementado algunas cancelaciones proactivas nuevamente hoy para restablecer nuestras operaciones», escribió el portavoz de Spirit, Field Sutton, en un comunicado a NPR. «Actualmente, la mayoría de nuestros vuelos siguen programados según lo planeado».

Las interrupciones se producen en muchas aerolíneas que están mal preparadas para la ola de pasajeros que regresan y están ansiosos por viajar una vez más.

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En Twitter, la palabra del personal, incluidos los pilotos, «marchando» en ciertos aeropuertos ha generado especulaciones sobre una huelga de empleados. Una declaración de la Asociación de Auxiliares de Vuelo-CWA dice que no hay ninguna.

«No hay huelga de asistentes de vuelo. Las tripulaciones no son el problema», se lee en el comunicado.

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Dentro de los aeropuertos, los pasajeros frustrados y conmocionados publicaron videos y expresaron su enojo por las largas filas, la comunicación mínima y los vuelos cancelados en Twitter y TikTok.

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50 razones por las que ‘Dogspotting’ es probablemente el grupo de Facebook más puro de todos los tiempos (nuevas fotos)

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50 razones por las que ‘Dogspotting’ es probablemente el grupo de Facebook más puro de todos los tiempos (nuevas fotos)

¿Hay demasiados perros? Aquí en Panda aburrido, creemos que la respuesta es un rotundo ‘¡no!’ Fotos divertidas y extravagantes de perros y gatos, fotos de comida deliciosa y ejemplos fabulosos de arte, fotografía y manualidades … todas estas son cosas que creemos firmemente que el mundo necesita más. ¡Y no hay nada como una gran cantidad de divertidas y lindas fotos de perros para mejorar tu estado de ánimo y ayudarte durante la semana laboral! El fin de semana es una docena de narices y doggo se acurruca.

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Ahí es donde entra el grupo súper popular de Dogspotting en Facebook. Una comunidad con más de 1.8 millones de miembros, Dogspotting se dedica a detectar, fotografiar y compartir fotos de perros al azar. También es «un lugar divertido para pasar el rato con amigos que disfrutan de los perros». Francamente, suena como el paraíso.

Echa un vistazo a algunas de las fotos más conmovedoras, saludables y divertidas de nuestros amigos caninos, como se muestra en el grupo de Dogspotting, y no olvides votar a favor de las fotos que más te gustaron. Nos encantaría saber cuál de estos perros te gustaría llevar a casa contigo, si pudieras, escríbenos en los comentarios. Ah, y cuando haya terminado con esta lista, consulte nuestro artículo anterior sobre Dogspotting aquí.

Más información: Facebook (Dogspotting) | Facebook (Sociedad Dogspotting) | Instagram | Gorjeo

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# 1 Nuestra oficina contrató recientemente a una persona mayor. Tiene 15 años. No tiene dientes, apenas puede oler ni oír. Pero el es perfecto

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# 2 Gracias a este amable caballero por dirigirme a los 2×4. Qué personal tan encantador

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# 3 La apariencia que obtienes cuando no te cubres la nariz con tu mascarilla

Créditos de la imagen: Christy Paul

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Anteriormente tuve un par de charlas amistosas con el equipo increíblemente amistoso detrás del grupo Dogspotting. Todo el proyecto de Dogspotting es mucho más grande de lo que podría pensar a primera vista. Tienes las páginas de Dogspotting Society, Dogspotting Media e incluso Dogspotting Court para completar toda la comunidad.

Todo está muy ordenado y rápidamente se dará cuenta de cuánto esfuerzo se pone de forma regular para mantener todo el proyecto fluyendo sin problemas.

# 4 Esta pequeña princesa llegó hoy a mi trabajo. Su nombre es Blu y no puedo soportar lo pequeña que es. Ella se apoderó de mi corazón. 2238578483/10 la dejaría correr de nuevo

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# 5 ¡Este perro hace que todos sean tan felices con la vida asistida de mi mamá!

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# 6 Hoy conocí a Blue, fue amor a primera vista, ¡¿Mire su rostro?!?! Ahhhh Mi corazón explotó. Su dueño dijo que podría ser acariciada todo el día, un trabajo que felizmente tomaría

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El equipo de Dogspotting le dijo anteriormente a Bored Panda que los miembros de su comunidad son increíblemente proactivos. Son responsables de los divertidos desafíos como # didntwantadogchallenge y #HiddenDogChallenge que encontrarás en la página.

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«Creo que es una experiencia común cuando estás en una casa de muchos tener una persona que podría no estar tan emocionada como las demás. Pero los perros generalmente encuentran una manera de derretir esos corazones con bastante rapidez. Y como hemos visto más adelante la página, pasa mucho! » Uno de los representantes de la página le dijo a Bored Panda anteriormente que incluso las personas que realmente no quieren un perro eventualmente llegan a amar al apuesto cachorro que se abrió camino en sus vidas.

# 7 «Baje de allí ahora mismo, señor»

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# 8 Todos los ojos puestos en ella

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# 9 Este cachorro estaba demasiado asustado para estar en una escalera mecánica

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El representante del equipo de Dogspotting instó a las personas a adoptar un perro. Especialmente si te encuentras trabajando desde casa. «¡Ahora es un buen momento para hacerlo! ¡Con tanta gente trabajando desde casa, tendrás más tiempo para relacionarte con tu nuevo mejor amigo! Comunícate con los rescates y refugios de animales locales en tu área y ellos podrán ayudarte ! Sabemos que este año ha sido muy difícil para muchos de nuestros miembros y los desafíos han agregado un poco de ligereza para todos ”, compartieron con nosotros anteriormente.

# 10 Dewey tiene 6 años y ve con su corazón … y con su nariz y sus oídos. La ceguera no le impide disfrutar de la vida o de un día en la playa. Tiene una mamá y un papá muy cariñosos que saben cómo cuidarlo adecuadamente. 1000/10 para este chico

Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman

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# 11 Deténgase ahí, señor. Eres simplemente demasiado dulce para que te lo permitan. Este es Cooper, salió en sus primeros grandes paseos

Créditos de imagen: Emma Hedges

# 12 Vi a este bebé en la tienda de comestibles y olvidé por qué fui

Créditos de la imagen: Megan Walker

# 13 Los padres me enviaron una foto de este ramo de cachorros de 5 semanas. Visto en la Sunshine Coast

Créditos de la imagen: Rachel Kennedy

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# 14 Asistente nuevo en la farmacia local

Créditos de la imagen: Samuel Lorincik

# 15 Estos dos tontos me dieron un mini ataque al corazón cuando aparecieron en la pared aquí. No Borks, solo se buscan mascotas. Con mucho gusto volvería a acariciar a estos monstruos del cobertizo

Créditos de la imagen: Thomas Bela Kiss

# 16 Tienda de joyas Basset

Créditos de la imagen: Fifi de Faoite

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# 17 La más reciente incorporación de la familia de mi mamá, Sebastian está tomando un gran gusto por los gatos. Parece que no les importa Beth Craven Gazeta

Créditos de la imagen: Tessa Wood

# 18 Sonja está teniendo lo mejor de sus tiempos

Créditos de imagen: Leona Roos

# 19 Aeropuerto Internacional Cleveland Hopkins (Cle)

Créditos de la imagen: Karen Closkey

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# 20 El Lil más lindo

Créditos de la imagen: Shannon Granholm

# 21 Conocí a Arnold hoy. ¡Tiene diecisiete!

Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman

# 22 No conocemos a estos perros ni a este dueño. Estaban en una caminata y corrieron hacia nosotros

«Ayer por la mañana, Alexander y yo nos fuimos en una ceremonia de auto-solemnización. Hicimos nuestros votos, intercambiamos anillos, y en el momento en que terminamos nuestro beso, la hermosa Freya estaba repentinamente a nuestros pies, con su hermano Bruno no muy lejos. sentí como el universo bendiciendo nuestro matrimonio. El propietario seguía pidiendo disculpas a nuestra fotógrafa Cara cuando revisaban las fotos, pero nos encantó. 1,000,000 / 10 mejores casadoras de la historia «.

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Créditos de la imagen: Rachel Gabriella Franco

# 23 Conozca a Gunner … el mejor viejo que se sometió a una cirugía de rodilla … Entonces su humano lo convirtió en su propio ascensor privado. ¡100/10 volverían a acariciar!

Créditos de la imagen: Jessica Stewart Copeland

# 24 Esto es casualidad. Es un cachorro de terapia. Viene al hospital a veces cuando la vida es dura. ¡Él tiene mi corazón! Mido 4’11 ”. Tiene 145 libras de amor y dulzura

Créditos de la imagen: Lauren Ashley

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# 25 La escena más linda vista en un autobús

Créditos de la imagen: Наташа Лажетић

# 26 Hoy conocí a un pato muy feliz y soñoliento de 9 semanas y pensé que podría morir. 16/10 para un bostezo sonriente más suave

Créditos de la imagen: Heather McLaughlin

# 27 Encuentra al Hooman. Un oso de peluche de 2 años

Créditos de la imagen: Amy Jayne Lloyd

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# 28 Vio al león más majestuoso cuidando su orgullo en el corazón de Hackney. 15/10 Volvería a hacer contacto visual prolongado. Pure Floof

Créditos de la imagen: Julia Pensabene

# 29 Paso por este agujero de la cerca todos los días cuando paseo a mi perro. Esto es todo lo que siempre quise que sucediera

Créditos de la imagen: Kate McClarnon

# 30 2 vacas manchadas jajaja

Créditos de la imagen: Kenzie Darian Waldkoetter

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# 31 Chicos, este es Jackson y acaba de venir a mi trabajo

Créditos de la imagen: Sasha Kulesh

# 32 ¿No te encantan esas vistas mientras das un paseo en transporte público?

Créditos de la imagen: Jakub Grzeszczuk

# 33 Oh mi perro

Créditos de imagen: Bianca Simmons

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# 34 Snoozin ‘por el aeropuerto de Atlanta

Créditos de imagen: Claire Nielsen

# 35 Pude conocer a mi sobrina, Nelly Gnu, por primera vez hoy. ¡Ella es un rescate y claramente ahora vive su mejor vida!

Créditos de la imagen: Lauren Fiallo

# 36 Acabo de encontrar al bebé más dulce perdido bajo la lluvia. Comenzó a seguirme mientras paseaba a mi perro. Actualmente se está buscando a sus propietarios mientras espera en la oficina de seguridad de nuestro edificio. La llevaré a un veterinario por la mañana para ver si tiene un microchip

Créditos de la imagen: Derek Randy Hamm

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# 37 Buen Pupper Noot

Créditos de imagen: Tory Atkins

# 38 Vi a esta reina fuera de Value Mart hoy. Ella no tuvo que hacernos un truco tan duro

Créditos de la imagen: Bailey McGarrell

# 39 Mi novio (no en Facebook) me acaba de enviar esta foto de la cervecería donde trabaja y ahora estoy muerto

Créditos de la imagen: Amanda Crawford

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# 40 Aquí estamos de vuelta otra vez. Este ni siquiera es mi perro, es un cliente que vi hoy. ¡Alce!

Créditos de la imagen: Callie Bless

# 41 Conocí a Callie Boating hoy. 10/10 frotaría su trasero

Créditos de la imagen: Bree Rose

# 42 ¡Alguien en mi cuadra tiene un cachorro Goldendoodle! Me incliné para tomarle una foto y levantó las patas.Su nombre es Max y tiene 3 meses.

Créditos de la imagen: Morgan Makana Simmons

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# 43 Rafferty, el cachorro o vampiro labrador negro. Probablemente no te chuparía la sangre, pero definitivamente se comerá los cordones de tus zapatos

Créditos de la imagen: Matt Hancock-Jones

# 44 ¡Jasmine acaba de cumplir 18!

Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman

# 45 Visto en Greenwich, Londres. Mi única pregunta es ¿cómo enciende la antorcha en su cabeza? Sí, aparte de eso … No hay preguntas obvias

Créditos de la imagen: Phil Adèle

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# 46 El nuevo cachorro de mi vecino … Conoce a Casey

Créditos de la imagen: teri Paulsen

# 47 Um, entonces mi mamá hizo algunos Dogspotting hoy en un turno de trabajo, y me envió esto por mensaje de texto. Texto de mamá: «¿Por qué?» Yo: Dios mío

Créditos de la imagen: Lucy Swari

# 48 Parece que Scooby Doo está esperando pacientemente a que Shaggy regrese con los bocadillos de Scooby

Créditos de la imagen: Jenny M Svehla

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# 49 Mr. Steal Yo Girl 15/10 volvería a ser llamado por este hombre

Créditos de imagen: Arielle Peters

# 50 Haciendo un Protecc. ¿Cómo me atrevo a acercarme tanto a su coche? Solo reacciona enojado

Créditos de la imagen: Jillian Francis


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Luis Vertentes, un inquilino de East Providence, Rhode Island, se presenta ante el juez Walter Gorman durante una audiencia de desalojo, el lunes después del levantamiento de una moratoria federal sobre ser destituido por impago de alquiler para defender su caso en la corte.
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