We think we want sex. It's not only about sex. It's intimacy we want, to be touched, looked at, admired, smiled at. Laugh with somebody, feel safe, feel like someone's really got you. That's what we crave.
My son always texts to say he's on his way home. So I open the door, letting his
17 year old cat, and 16 year old doggo know that he's on his way. This is them waiting for him. Though it was adorable, and wanted to share.
You guys... THIS IS MY DAD. He drove to my workplace and waited on me to arrive so he
could pour a trail of salt from my vehicle to the front door of my building so that I, his 38 year old daughter, wouldn't slip and fall on the ice...
My heart y'all... Love you daddy
Dogs seek out eye contact from their human owners, but not their own dog parents. They're the only non-primate that will look humans in the eyes, and unlike domesticated cats and horse's, dogs run towards humans when they are scared.