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7 clear signs you’re living under your pet’s rule

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 16, 2019, 8:20 pm IST
Updated Aug 16, 2019, 8:22 pm IST
Cats have seven lives, and they’ll rule over you in all of them.
Don't let those eyes get you. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)
 Don't let those eyes get you. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)

If you’re used to seeing fur all over your interiors, chances are you’re already aware that you’ve been happily invaded. The human race has clearly bowed down to the new superior beings, aka pets. Here are 7 signs that show your pet rules your home:

1. Your sofa is their sofa.

 

You’re just a guest in your pet’s world. The newly hand-picked, expensive piece of furniture that you bought becomes the new throne for your pet. So you sit on the floor, while they take up your sofa

2. Chewed magazines

Anything that’s even remotely edible according to your pets will be attacked. Scattered newspapers (chewed, rather), or torn shoes (bitten, na?) are a sign of who the ruler truly is.

3. Your precious cashmere is their sleep accessory.

Please don’t expect your pet to understand that it’s your most beloved piece of fabric. Because, it’s not. It’s their blanket, their comforter covered in their drool and fur.

4. Show me the money.

Oh, cats and dogs have to be pampered. You probably spend more in a pet food store compared to your grocery expenditure.

5. They’re automatic floor cleaners.

Spill some food accidentally, and within seconds there will be no trace of it. Considering that your pets are forever in search of something to lay their tongues or teeth on, they’ll come and wipe your floor spotless clean.

6. “My pet too!”

You have to fight the urge to say this every time some parents say things about their kids and you find it to be absurdly, utterly relatable.

7. In and out, in or out?

Your door gets flung open and shut pretty frequently. No, you might not have a lot of visitors. Your pets love playing this game where they just can’t seem to decide if they want to stay in or go out, or just stay on the door line.

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