Have you ever seen your pet and thought that you are simply raising a baby? If you have thought this, you are not alone. Just like you, other pet parents also think the same because raising a pet is just like raising a baby. 

Everything is so fun, everything is so sweet, and everything is so unpredictable. When you are living with a pet, no matter a dog or a cat, you never know what is going to happen the next moment. We know it sounds a little weird but actually, it is quite fun. 

If you want to see what the wacky buddies are up to this week, just keep scrolling. 




“He has to be tucked in before I go to work or he cries when I leave.”

“This is Pixar, she seems to know when I’m down and does something silly to make me laugh.”

“How my parents’ Great Dane puppy lies on the ottoman he outgrew”

“Solved: why my pants always have a line of cat fur across the leg”

“My friend’s dog likes to awkwardly hold hands with whoever sits next to her.”

“My cat having her weekly FaceTime with her best friend Zoey who used to live next door”

“My cats all hunting a moth”

“My dog has a girlfriend who lives across the street. This was his face when she came over for Valentine’s Day.”

“Oftentimes, my cat has a ’Darn, did I leave the stove on?’ look on her face.”

“Our dog went to the vet and she got so nervous her paws started sweating and leaving marks on the floor.”

“Just moved into a house with a much larger bathtub. The cats are concerned for our safety.”

“My dog sits in the weirdest way.”

“My dog insists on cramming himself into small places and under things so we made a make-shift bed for under our printer.”

“So my friend’s cat does this…”

“My dog loves laying in the bathtub, and my cat loves laying on my dog.”

“My Japanese cat loves to sit near my rice cooker and smell the steam of freshly cooked rice.”

“As I was leaving a restaurant I noticed an elderly man wheeling in his dog (Moose) in a wagon. ’He wanted a steak.’ ”

“Our cat is obsessed with blanket forts, so we made him this. He has wares if you have coin.”