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Who Has Pets?

Who Has Pets?

We all know that stress and HIV is not a good combination. Pets can help us lower our stress, and they are a part of the family too. So who has pets? Let's show them off! This is my Odie. He was born August 19, 2010. CLICK ON PICTURES TO ENLARGE THEM.

posted November 29, 2017 (edited)
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A myHIVteam Member

Munchkin was..(unfortunately passed away 4yrs ago) my one and only...the only male in my bed for 10 yrs...lol lol lol

posted March 21, 2019 (edited)
A myHIVteam Member

i have 6 dogs and god only knows how many dam cats are out there,but my dogs are my family, they even stopped me from suicide a few times, i have had dogs as far back as i can remember they snuggled up with me at night outside hiding in rhe buches to keep my mothers husband from beating hell out of me,oh well i know i wont live without them,my human family sucks, so ill stik to where thde love is at swith my dogs

posted March 20, 2019
A myHIVteam Member

My pets kept me going while I was laying on the couch for my first month or two while i was recovering. They just wouldn't let me out of there sight. They are still like that now, the dogs and the cat. So I have a huge debt to them.

posted March 19, 2019
A myHIVteam Member

Baby boy with his forepaw bandaged up very well because he managed to break off a dew claw last week ,.
( but has having a very well bandaged paw slowed him down one bit well I think not :) ) .

posted August 10, 2018
A myHIVteam Member

LOL @ Karlos :) .
Our baby boy ( who is not " fixed " ) has enuf strength in his back legs that even from standing on all fours can leap and knock me on my thuckas and can hit my 6'4" 225 lb husband squarely in the center of his chest hence my happiness when the 6 foot tall chain link fence around a portion of our back yard was finally erected because now either of us can sit and over see their " potty time " and still be able to play with them at leisure too since there is a chair we sit in so he ( our baby boy's name is Midnight ) can fetch the just thrown slobber covered dirty ball back to who ever is seated so we can try to cleanse it a bit to keep his tongue semi clean to slobber in the nasty dirt covered used to squeak ball all over again :) .

posted December 28, 2017

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