There are some animals that, as soon as you see them, beg to be petted—provided, of course, that they demonstrate their friendliness.
Petting my two cats is one of my favorite things to do.My blood pressure goes down, and it makes them very happy.Don’t forget that you occasionally perform a service for them as well.
To understand what I mean, watch this video here.At a petting zoo, we see a sheep.She absolutely adores it when someone decides to scratch her, apparently because that day her backside was extremely itchy.
So much so that when that person finishes and pretends to be leaving, she is not happy.She would say, “HMPH!,” if she could talk.STAY!PLEASE!”
Fortunately, because she is so adorable, people are happy to stay a little longer to scratch her itch.When you hit a spot that is so incredibly itchy for her, dogs frequently behave in a manner similar to this sheep.
Her leg did not begin to thump and jerk as much as a dog’s leg would, which surprised me. The part where she moves her head back as if she were indicating where she wants the person to resume scratching after they stop is the best part.
I would want to keep doing it for her because she is so adorable.But here’s the thing:Animals can be so unappreciative.They give you a look like, “THAT’S IT?” as you get up to leave after an hour of petting them.
Yes, petting your head nearly caused me carpal tunnel, and you have that attitude, right?
Naturally, since some of these guys only remember a few things, I can’t complain too much when they forget what I did five minutes earlier.
Even though it seems like too little time, spending time with them is enjoyable.In the video below, don’t miss this hilarious sheep who really just wants a little bit more, please.