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Daft over Dogs

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Re: Daft over Dogs

@gleneagles

"But you could apply that to almost anything?"

Absolutely,  although paying thousands for a painting to use your example could be considered a good investment if you get it right. Thumbs Up

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I've yet to see ANY inanimate object give back love and affection.

My dog costs me <£10 month. A bag of dog food every 4-6 weeks. Never fed any of our dogs on canned food because you are paying for 90% water in the can.
What he gives back:
He forces me to go out several times a day for a walk - the doctor says this is a good thing.
He loves to play - again good.
etc,etc etc.
I would never trade a dog for an inanimate thing. (or a cat for that mater, can't stand them)
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@HairyMcbiker

"I've yet to see ANY inanimate object give back love and affection"

I don't think I was suggesting that! Smiley

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@HairyMcbiker wrote:
(or a cat for that mater, can't stand them)

I love the independence of cats. And their smooth walk and swish of the tail.

 

Do prefer the bigger cats, though, especially tigers. Think I'd feel very safe around the streets walking one of themWink

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@HairyMcbiker wrote:
I've yet to see ANY inanimate object give back love and affection.

 

Oh I don't know about that, bricks make good, loving and loyal pets... Funny

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROcKPuPvcWU