Everyone has had a difficult day, a trying week or even a very hard month. If so, you probably badly need some uplifting images to see that all is not so bleak. There’s nothing like a dose of love to ease your daily troubles and get you through the week.
This is why, at ipnoze, we’ve scoured the web and put together a list of some of the cutest and cutest photos of our favorite pets that are sure to brighten your day. Get ready to see how our four-legged friends make our lives better by showing us love and tenderness wherever we go. So sit back, relax and enjoy the surge of positive emotions that comes with these photos.
I’m recovering from anorexia but my cat has stopped eating. I finally figured out that she only ate when I ate too. That’s a very good reason to keep eating
When an act of kindness creates a lifelong friendship
No wonder people love animals. Plenty of evidence suggests that our lovable creatures comfort us, reduce stress, encourage exercise, and help us forget our everyday troubles. Not to mention that sharing our lives with such wonderful companions does wonders for our mental well-being and helps us overcome loneliness.
My son is always texting me saying he’s on his way home. I open the door, letting his 17-year-old cat and 16-year-old dog know he’s on the way. They are the ones waiting for him
It’s a good day
Today, there are very few things that people share as much as the love of their four-legged friends. More than half of French people say they own pets and 18% of those who don’t think of acquiring one in the future. The cat and the dog come first among the favorite animals of the French, ahead of the horse and the dolphin. They are also the most present animals in homes. Indeed, France is the third country in Europe with the largest feline population.
I took this picture of a huge pit bull and his teddy bear while I was running errands this morning
Somewhere in heaven there is a black and white dog caring for seven sable-colored Labrador puppies
In addition, these animals are extremely pampered by their owners. The vast majority of them consider them as members of their family. More than half of those surveyed allow them to sleep in their own beds, plan to buy them Christmas presents and revealed that they let their pet lick their face.
I think someone has a crush on my Christmas decoration
I hadn’t seen my dog for a few days. This is how he reacted when I arrived
When it comes to the top reasons French people decide to have a furry companion, companionship and the hope that they’ll improve their mental health top the list. Additionally, more than a third of respondents said they acquired a pet because their partner or family member wanted one.