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21+ times pets have brought their owners the most unexpected gifts

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Dogs and cats cannot express their gratitude in words, but they have one thing for their owners – they are amazing gift givers. Well, who doesn’t love waking up next to a recently killed mouse in bed? It is a tradition for dogs and cats to collect whatever they can find and give it to their owners. Whether it’s a toy, a random thing found on the street or some kind of animal – all these are the fruits of a successful hunt that fill their hearts with pride.

“My puppy brought me a little gift”

“When my dog ​​looked up, I almost died laughing! There was someone’s false jaw in its mouth.”

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“This is my cat Slash and he brings me flowers every night. A real gentleman.”

“My dog ​​brought me a piece of land today.”

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“I threw a ball to my dog ​​and she brought me potatoes.”

“My dog ​​is too good for this world, she brought me a flower.”

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“While I was drinking coffee this morning, my dog ​​brought me this kitten. I don’t know where she got it.”

“It was my last day at work. It seems our office dog wants me to stay – she brought me all of her toys.”

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“My cat returned with a stolen sausage from a local store.”

“This is Zoe’s pillow. If she likes you, she will bring you her pillow. You can’t take it, but you can watch.”

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“My cat was always jealous of the hunting skills of his distant relatives living in the savannah, so he went outside and caught a leaf.”

“My dog ​​brought me 10 dollars.”

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“My friend recently became a mom and this is what her dog brought her.”

“My cat Henry brings me his toy mouse every morning, announcing a successful night hunt.”

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“Threw a ball to my dog, but instead she brought me this turtle.”

“My dog ​​should bring a gift to everyone who comes to our house. If she cannot find a toy, she will bring whatever she can find in the house.”

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“My dog ​​brought me a small green tree instead of a stick.”

“My sister’s cat brought a ‘dead’ bird, which fortunately came to life.”

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“Most cats bring dead animals to their owners. But not my cat.”

“This is what my dog ​​brought me after rolling in the mud while walking in the park.”

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“My dog ​​brings things from my toolbox, hoping this will be what I need. Sometimes she guesses.”

“Our cat has a habit of bringing us household sponges.”

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“This is not the first time my cat brings me such gifts”

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“Our dog brings us everything he finds to greet us when we come home.”

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