Feels overload. found this it made me feel so hard I had to share.. My biology teacher claimed that "animals don't have any emotions". Am I legally allowed to put her out of her misery yet? feels over too many
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#48 - europe (04/26/2013) [+] (36 replies)
My biology teacher claimed that "animals don't have any emotions".

Am I legally allowed to put her out of her misery yet?
#98 - hammerofthor (04/26/2013) [+] (6 replies)
My fifteen year old cat died last week. He was part siamese, and they are known for being very vocal and loud, and he meow CONSTANTLY. My other cat, who is about five years old, rarely ever made a noise, and since my older cat died, my mom told me that she does nothing but meow and walk around the house looking for him. She even sleeps in his old spot in one of our chairs, which she never use to do before.

Pic related, it's the last picture I took of him over Spring Break, sleeping in his chair.
#5 - Bly (04/26/2013) [+] (15 replies)
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User avatar #62 - samous (04/26/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Story time
>be me 8
>going to grandpa's farm
>a very nice poor worker that have a very big femal dog lives there
>Wkae up in the morning
>find the dog licking the worker's face wile he is lying down
>call granpa
>in around a minute 5-7 farmers trying to get the dog off the poor man
>nice dude is kill
>the dog was trying to wake him up
>dog is knoked down so the burring can happen
(in muslim habbits they burry the dead at that day and they build the grave in 3 days )
>guy is burried
>not very big furenal because his dog was all his family
>dog is awake
the next day wile visiting the grave to put roses we found that the dog digged to reach the body and kept licking him
#87 - debious (04/26/2013) [+] (5 replies)
#381 - superowned (04/27/2013) [+] (7 replies)
**superowned rolls 99**
User avatar #359 - patchesdacrazy (04/27/2013) [+] (6 replies)
>Have two dogs, (Airedales)
>Zeus and Hera, beasty dogs
>Got both as puppies
>Both grew up together
>Whenever they broke out of the backyard, the ran away together
>Always slept next to each other
>Zeus gets a tumor
>Vet says to remove the tumor would kill him
>Tumor begins to whither away Zeus
>Hera spends everyday pampering him
>Zeus can no longer stand up, and we know its time
>Feed him and Hera steak, for their last date
>Load Zeus into the truck, and take him to the vet to put him to rest
>Come back home in tears
>Find Hera in the window by the door, looking for Zeus
>Obviously realized Zeus was not with us
>Spent next two weeks at the door waiting for him to come home
>Aunt and Uncle would bring over thier Airedale to play with Hera
>Hera would wait
>3 years later, Hera still sleeps in the entry way
#89 - mtandy (04/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I don't really know if dogs feel emotional pain, it's the internet so I take nothing at face value anymore.

But what I, and anyone else who's had a dog can tell you is that they sure as hell can tell what you're feeling. My dog rarely stays in my room for more time than it take to look for a ball, but almost every time I'm feeling down, he'll wander in, lay his head on my lap, give me that look and just keep me company.
#382 - alucord (04/27/2013) [-]
They are the best friends we could ask for
#223 - tragono **User deleted account** (04/26/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Dogs can be sad sometimes.
#167 - ohsnapagirl (04/26/2013) [+] (1 reply)
He looks like he's sobbing. :(
He looks like he's sobbing. :(
#39 - eddymolly ONLINE (04/26/2013) [-]
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#191 - sirfistalot ONLINE (04/26/2013) [-]
and I was having such a nice day,damn you OP...
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User avatar #398 - likeabosslikeaboss (04/27/2013) [+] (2 replies)
“This soldier, I realized, must have had friends at home and in his regiment; yet he lay there deserted by all except his dog. I looked on, unmoved, at battles which decided the future of nations. Tearless, I had given orders which brought death to thousands. Yet here I was stirred, profoundly stirred, stirred to tears. And by what? By the grief of one dog."

-Napolean Bonaparte-
#269 - absurd (04/26/2013) [-]
reminds me of this
reminds me of this
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