By far, the most common thing an animal tells me is that they don’t get enough to eat, especially treats!
Animals love to eat and they love the people who feed them. So, doesn’t it make sense that the people who feed them would love them back by giving them more to eat? It’s a round-a-bout way of saying “I’m still hungry. Feed me!”
I always tell animals that I will pass on their requests to their humans. But, that’s all I can do. Their “Mammas and Daddies” are the ones to decide how much they eat and when. So if humans decide not to give their pets more food, especially treats, it’s because they want to keep their furry friends healthy. Animals are not always accepting of this idea. In fact, I would say I see a bit of skepticism on their little faces. How can their mamas and daddies not want to feed them when they are so hungry? All I can do is to tell them again that I will pass on to their humans how they’re feeling and that they’re wanting more food.
Sometimes I have to be very firm with an animal because they won’t leave a subject (food) alone. I tell them we are done talking about that right now and if they want to talk about something else, I’d love to listen. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn’t. Occasionally I have to end a conversation because an animal goes on and on about the same thing. Fortunately, that doesn’t happen often.
Animals can be funny, serious, angry, happy. They can also be very silly at times. But, an animal is never silly about the subject of food. Eating is a very serious and important part of their lives. I never take it lightly.
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Blessings to you and your furry friends,