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About The Author
The Patterson family name goes along with
bleeding hearts. Just like my
mother, father, and brother, I too have a bleeding heart for animals. I always
have. When I was young, I would cry
when I saw road kill. I would also cry when animals died or were mistreated in
movies, but I never remembered
crying when a person died. I have always had this compassion for animals; I
just can't get enough of them! This is
only a small part of why the animals of the Patterson household have always
been, and always will be, spoiled little
pets. They are not just pets; they are part of the family. This website is the
story of all the pets the Patterson
family has had. The bios go in order chronologically. Sadie the dog was our
first pet, followed by some rodents
(Dolly and Feonabelle the guinea pigs, and Sally the mouse). After Sadie passed
away, we got Jodi and Willy the
dogs. After they passed on, we then got George the cat, and Duke the dog. This
is where the story stops for
now, because though George passed away, Duke is still going strong!
n Make them exercise! Play with them
and walk them as much as possible.
A tired dog is a less annoying and healthier dog.
• Don't feed them too much junk. If they need a table scrap, make it
unprocessed because processed food usually
makes them throw up.
• Bathe them often! The longer they go, the smellier they will get.
• Take them on rides in the car. Give them some excitement and variety.
• Put away all food in reach of pets.
• Don’t give dogs chocolate-it is life endangering.
• Don’t reward cats when they bring you dead animals! They think they are
bringing you a present unless you show