Patch O' Pits wrote:Dogs are definately more intune to humans than most think IMO and not just with their owners
I see this alot when we go on therapy visits
Wally will often ignore me, or others, when we're sick. Doesn't act all snuggly like my old cat used to. Granted he has a tendency to ignore people anyway, and can be pretty aloof in public which is why I didn't think that therapy work would be good for him.
Until the day we were walking past the high school and a mentally challenged girl came running at us asking to pet Wally. He mother was trying to chase her down to get her to stop
But I said "sure" figuring Wally would ignore her. But instead when she leaned down he went right up to her and rested his nose on her forehead. He was very quiet with her, but very attentive. They can definitely sense things.
"All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another." -Anatole France