Terry Smith says pets are on a journey with this as the destination. Oh course. I actually like him more than some of them. 1 Vote up! My cats are full members of my family. Every family member would agree. When our cat Bruno was run over and killed we properly grieved. He has a headstone in the garden bless him. 2 Vote up! Yeah it would about strange to treat them as an intruder or casual acquaintance. 1 Vote up! PS this is one reason to buy IDXX. 0 Vote up! Sailcat belongs really to my mum and is semi-feral so not a full family member as some days she still hisses at me or runs away. I spend many happy hours with Saildog so she is definitely a family member. 1 Vote up! When my cat Taupo died suddenly I proper ugly cried. Took me years to be able to have his photo on the photoshelf, where it remains to this day. I visited his grave when I went back to NZ last year (I did not, in contrast, visit my Father's grave). 4 Vote up! Very much so, my favourite in fact 1 Vote up! Head of the Family. 0 Vote up! Ooh yes 0 Vote up! Absolutely. 0 Vote up! Yes absolutely 0 Vote up! No, its a dog 0 Vote up! Yes, but the bottom of the pack as it were. It owns nothing and does as its told, when its told. Well, thats the theory anyway 0 Vote up! That whole Caser Milan pack leader thing is a load of old BS Like a poor man's Jordan Peterson for dogs 0 Vote up! Gwen dog is so much part of the family that last night I spent another night with her on the living room sofa. She alternately panted, farted and jumped on top of me. At one point she stuck her bottom in my face. The poor old girl really isn't well and I'm worried she's on the way out. 1 Vote up! I'm worried you are tbh 0 Vote up! So am I. 1 Vote up! Tbf mouth to back door appears in Chaucer. 0 Vote up! At least she didn't fart in my face before I managed to move her. 0 Vote up! Heh 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!