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Domestic cats and dogs have learned how to trigger the ‘cuddle’ hormone — 3 Comments

  1. I have to admit that if it wasn’t for Mitzy, I’d have no touch with another being most of my days. My life would be extremely deficient in oxytocin! Aside from touching her, I feel joy just looking into her eyes and appreciating her beauty.

    I’ve recently taken some pictures of her, since she’s gotten through a long siege of health issues. I’ll post those soon. I’ll have to find the best category.

    • I look forward to the pictures. Because of my long hours at home (I do go out quite a lot though) I have grown very close to Gabriel and he has grown close to me. You arrive at a very special relationship full of oxytocin 😉 . I love him. It is as simple as that. I hope he stays safe.

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