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Here’s The Ultimate Guide For How To Properly Pet All Different Animals



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1. Cats: If you own a cat, or know someone who does, then you’re well aware of how much they enjoy affection. But, if you want to come out of it unscathed, you better stick with torso- and back-action only. You can forget about the paws or tail. And their bellies? Me-ouch!

2. Dogs: Dogs, on the other hand, love belly-rubs. Like, really love them. Actually, you can’t go wrong when it comes to petting your pup. Head and ears? Check. Back? Check. Chest? Check! Nothing’s really off-limits; just don’t play too much tug-of-war with that tail, and you’ll be golden.

3. Rabbits: Bunnies are like little hopping balls of cotton, and that’s pretty much exactly how they feel to the touch, too. You can pretty much pet them everywhere, but steer clear of their bellies. Just like cats, those are the real hop-stacle to navigate.

4. Goldfish: You’ve probably never thought about trying to pet a goldfish before. If you’ve ever touched any kind of fish, you know their slimy scales aren’t exactly pleasant. It’s safe to say that they’re not fans of being cuddled, either. If you really want to go for it, you’ll have to catch one first. Good luck with that.

5. Chinchillas: Just looking at a chinchilla makes you feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. These little balls of fluff are super friendly and they don’t usually have any off-limits areas to pet. The second you pet one, you’ll want to take it home (and chances are they won’t mind).

6. Hedgehogs: Everyone who grew up in the 1990s will remember Sonic the Hedgehog—the super fast, chili dog-loving, animated blue hedgehog who collected gold rings in all of your SEGA video games? Real hedgehogs don’t have a need for speed (or power rings), but they can be friendly, so long as you’re careful with them.

7. Pigs: Oink, oink! Wherever you’re rubbing them, little piggies will be happy. These guys don’t seem to have too much of a preference for where you pet them, so long as they’re getting attention. You might want to avoid their bellies and their legs, just in case. Everything else makes them go hog-wild!

8. Snakes: These slithery fellows only accept pets from the bravest of the brave. A lot of people have ophidiophobia (if you’ve ever seen the 1997 flick Anaconda, you’ll know why), but in reality, they’re far less scary than their scales and fangs lead people to believe… so long as they’re not the venomous kind, of course. Still, you’re better off letting them slither around their tanks on their own terms than trying to cuddle them.

9. Bears: Okay, so these guys may not be the most appropriate animals on this list when it comes to cuddling tips, but let’s face it, they are cute… when you watch them from afar. That said, the only bear you should be snuggling is your teddy.

10. Bugs: Creepy crawlies aren’t really known for being very squishable, unless you’re trying to actually kill them as opposed to cuddle them. Thankfully, most of them don’t intend to harm you unless you’re terrorizing their nests or they’re fond of your blood (lookin’ at you, mosquitos). That said, follow this advice: no hugs for bugs. Best to just shoo them away!

11. Horses: These majestic animals are famously graceful and they just love attention. They are known to be a bit skittish, though, so you should stick to where they can see you. Do yourself—and your kneecaps—a favor and stay away from their backsides, lest you get kicked.

12. Wolverines: These bushy-tailed wild things might look cute and fluffy, but if you ever encounter one of them in the wild, just remember that they’re every bit as ferocious as their X-Men namesake. There’s a reason why Wolverine’s got a temper!

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