About six months ago, Fiona became very clingy, wanting to be picked up and cuddled like a baby whenever I am sitting down. When I do pick her up she makes a little noise and gives a contented sigh and puts her head on my shoulder and falls asleep. If it were up to her, she would stay like that all afternoon or evening. I hold her like that for a half-hour or so, then put her down.
Both dogs get plenty of love and affection, and they even sleep in our bed with us at night. My husband says I’m spoiling Fiona by picking her up and cuddling her whenever she wants. Is there such a thing as giving a dog, or any animal for that matter, too much love?
The Maltese breed was created just to entertain us, be picked up and cuddled, but I have seen cuddly behavior in every dog breed or breed combination. So just keep on with your cuddles and love – you do not need to apologize for it or justify it to anybody.
Let little bunny go
These rabbits are not at all related to pet bunnies, which are the domesticated form of the European rabbit.
As you see, they are weaned and self-sufficient at a small size. Since you did save its life, you should also preserve its future by turning it loose. Just try to find an area with lots of cover and thorn buses to protect it from other predators, like dogs and cats.
Mourning a beloved cat
There is one thing I can say with complete authority: Go out as soon as possible and get another cat. Taking care of a pet again will fill that void in your life.
Molly’s memory will always be in your heart, as the memories of all my pets are in mine.