If only we’ll listen.
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Kids and cuddling go together (photo by Elena Karneeva)
We can bear anything together.
There’s no such thing as love without kindness.
Never be too busy to show you care.
Keep it clean.
Never let anyone suffer alone.
Be the first to make friends (photo by Lisa Holloway).
Be. Together. (photo by Annelise Sophiea)
If they’re too weary, carry them.
Happiness has many ways of expressing itself.
Protect the ones youu love.
Respect other people’s privacy.
Always make room for others.
This Russian girl’s family have raised her alonside their pet grizzly bear (photo by Olga Barantseva).
If you want it, ask for it.
Always make time to play.
Don’t use others.
It’s OK to show off a little (photo by Elena Karneeva)
Find you tribe.
Bathing is great–enjoy it!
Find new things to play with.
Keep it clean.
Celebrate your friends!
Make sure your friends get home safely.
Trust the ones you love.
And trust those who love you.
Licking is almost always appropriate.
Take long walks together.
Look into their eyes when you tell them you love them.
Don’t just share your home, be home.
Don’t underestimate your strengths.
Never take more than you need.
Take lots of selfies together.
Keep each other cool.
Love crosses all boundaries.
Care for those who are deer to you.
Do life together.
Hug without reservation.
Teasing means “I love you.”
Swim with your mom.
Always play with your kids.
But tease gently
Be patient with one another.
Cuddle often as possible.
Don’t forget to tell your parents you love them.
Make time for conversation (photo by Elena Karneeva).
Always come back.
Face the future together.
Treat your dog like your best friend, and your best friend like your dog.
“Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That’s the problem.” ~A. A. Milne
“Clearly, animals know more than we think, and think a great deal more than we know.” ~Irene M. Pepperberg
“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.” ~Martin Buber
“Animals are such agreeable friends―they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.” ~George Eliot
“If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans.” ~James Herriot
“No person, animal, flower, or even pebble, has ever been loved too much, i.e. more than every one of God’s works deserves.” ~C. S. Lewis