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  • yes, i'm his whole world.
  • Yes my pets love me, and i love them. I have 4 dogs and 2 cats.
  • Loca, my cousins cat, seemed to like me. :) I think pets can love their owners. At the moment I don't have a pet, but I sure hope they would like me. Their judgement shows no bias.
  • yeah i honestly do think that my dog loves me, and my dog who passed a while back loved me too. they were always very protective of me, comforted me while i was down, kept me company, always excited to see me, and just had a whole bunch of fun together
  • Hehe yes, every night my cat Stefanio or I call him Pooky Bear has to have his mommy time withme and come cuddle in my bed with me.
  • Yes - Very much so - My Kitty and my Puppy -- And they love each other
  • I love my cockatiel...and yes I think she loves me, I'm the only person she will go to if I'm around unless I make her go to someone else, shes my little feathered child!
  • Yeha my cat stefanio loves me to death..lol he knows it.
  • yes my cat loves me.
  • I don''t think animals are capable of love. They will give you attention because they want feeding or playing with, but it isn't love.
  • I think pets can sense every emotion, that we have. This is why our cats and dogs, will come sit with us, if we are upset. I think they more appreciate me, but sometimes, I feel so much love from them, it is hard to tell!
  • I have a burmese cat that drives me nuts - he is sooooo clingy, and I would give him away except my granddaughter adores him! I also have an 18yo Arab X horse, who is very responsive but I suspect that it's the intereaction he enjoys rather than that he actually 'loves' me!
  • Out of all my animals on my farm (check my profile if you want to know how many there is) My puppy Shani and my cat Rascal follow me everywhere (same with all my dogs and cats) but Shani And Rascal even come to work with me so does that prove that they love well i think it does i love all my animals (Even my cattle and Sheep) and im pretty sure they love me to
  • I know they do.
  • Yes I love my furry babies very much & they act like they love me too. To be quite honest besides my family & closest friends(because they would come first) if a flood come through I know I'd save my furry babies before I'd save some of the hateful, dishonest, cruel people I know & have met. Because to me they feel like they give love when they recieve it from my family & I. They give uncondictional love.
  • It appears obvious: my cats wait for me to come home every day, they are always following me around the house, they sleep on my bed, they bring toys to me when they want to play, they sleep on my lap if I'm doing nothing but watching tv. And my daughter's dog goes crazy every time he sees me. My daughter says it' because I'm the 'Alpha male'.
  • No. Ferrets don't love. They only have two settings: Sleep and HELLION. (Joking, of course. About the love. Not the settings. ;p)
  • i love em to death..i can tell they love me back
  • I honestly would like to believe my dog loves me, and I think she does, but frankly she would roll over for a belly rub from anyone. However, when scared or confused, she would come to me in a heartbeat. Not sure if that's out of love or a need for security. Either way, I think she loves me. Works for me. Who knows what's going on in her head.
  • It depends on the pet. Virtually all birds and mammals demonstrate the capacity for love and self-sacrifice, due to their caring for their young. Wherever there is childcare, and especially when we're dealing with social animals, you can almost be sure that you'll see behaviour from the animals that probably is best explained by "love". On the other hand, I don't think there is sufficient evidence to require "love" as the explanation for virtually any of the observed behaviours of any invertebrates, fish, amphibians, or reptiles (basically anything other than most birds and mammals). So if you have a pet fish, turtle, or tarantula, I doubt the love is mutual. If anyone has any examples of "loving" behaviour from any of these types of animals, let me know!!! I'd love to know I was wrong here. Also remember, just because an animal can't "love", strictly speaking, doesn't mean it can't feel pain. There are ever-growing mounds of behavioural and neurological evidence to suggest that nearly animal species, even the "dumb bugs", are capable of feeling and being conscious of pain, and more and more species, even among invertebrates, have been seen to exhibit really complex behaviours that might best be explained as planning and reason. Even if your pet doesn't "love" you, there are numerous studies that suggest the health and anti-stress benefits of having and loving a pet.
  • it all matters on how you treat him/her. If you love her and treat him/her right, then he/she'll probably love you, But if you treat him/her wrong then he/she might be different and not as willing to be cuddled and kissed and etc.
  • I love him a hell lot...so i really dont care.. :) But yeah...he sure is loyal..
  • Yes! If I stay up too late on AB, my cat comes downstairs looking for me. She misses me when I'm not with her. She also jumps into my arms at the vets!
  • I believe all pets love an owner in some way. Ecspecially breeds that are "particually attched" to one or a few people within the household, as they tend to be protective and get jelous of that owners interactions with other people or pet/s.
  • Yep, I am sure he does.
  • Nahhhh. I'm just a meal ticket.
  • When I see the pure look of joy on my dog's face when I come home and he sees me through the front window, I'd like to think it's love!
  • i don't know i love my dog but she only loves those that have food :(
  • I know she loves me. She won't let me out of her sight when I'm home. In fact she's sitting in my lap staring at me right now...LOL.
  • Nah, I don't think pets really love. However, both my cats definitely regard me as THEIR person, and are very affectionate and dependent and spend a lot of time following me around and/or sleeping on my lap.
  • I know he loves me! I'm his mommy and a good one at that. =)
  • yes because they have brains (specifically hypothalamus) that feel and think too and they, Queenie and Cheekie, my dogs, show their feelings to me by wagging their tail and resting on my lap. Sometimes, I can really feel their emotions through their eyes. *.* i really love them...

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