One of the great joys of having pets is getting to cuddle with something furry and warm. It really is the best thing. But one of the not-great things about having pets is that sometimes they decided to cuddle with you when you can't or don't want to. And they don't really understand the concept of "no." Why would you cuddle up one moment and choose to hit buttons while looking at a laptop the next? To a puppy or a kitten, that is unacceptable.
Some pets literally cannot be around you without touching you. For example, right now, my dog Simon is under the blanket right next to me on the couch with his butt against my thigh and his head peeking out. It's the most adorable thing, but I bet you the second I move my computer or try to go anywhere, he climbs on my lap. Many pets do not understand the concept of personal space. To them, you are furniture. You are a place to rest their head or their butt. You are a living, breathing chair.
As humans, most of us understand there's an invisible bubble around each of us.It is called personal space, and it's a reasonable thing to expect. Pets, though, they don't understand the concept. At all.
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