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Monday, June 10, 2013

Did you play with your cat or dog today?
It's good for both of you.
Helps bonding.
If your furkid makes you laugh, that's good for your health & his/hers.
Relaxes both of you.
Interesting link

Have a fun day.
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    Love playing with all my cats, from Nichole who liked to play fetch to Kaine who adores red dot.
    33 days ago
    Play is extremely important for indoor cats since they generally do not get enough exercise. Obesity is a problem seen in indoor dogs and cats. Dogs can get cardiac disease like us and cats can develop hepatic lipidosis which can be deadly. All three species can develop joint problems from carrying around extra weight.
    1321 days ago
    Playtime with our dogs & cats is good for all concerned!! So true!!
    1323 days ago
    Good reminder. I have two beautiful large dogs who are more attentive to me than i am to them. More time with them is time well spent -- for all three of us....thanks.
    1323 days ago
    Been playing with my boy and girl since I came home. I will exercise after.
    1323 days ago
    I've been gone for 2 1/2 days, so all L C wants to do is "knead" me!
    1323 days ago
    Thanks for sharing the link. Playing and cuddling are part of the daily routine. emoticon
    1323 days ago
    I'm guilty! :(( When I get home from work and exercise, make dinner, sit down at the PC, I sometimes don't leave enough time to pay attention to and play with my little precious cat babies. I vow to do better! Thanks for the reminder!!
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    1323 days ago
    I just enjoy and love all my fur babies sent to me from heaven above. emoticon
    1323 days ago
    Playing with my cats is right up there with breathing oxygen! lol

    I enjoyed the article on "play" and have proven its findings!

    Thank you. It's a great link! emoticon
    1323 days ago
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