Monday, August 3, 2020

Monday Question

Do you lick your parents' faces?

What do you do if they try to kiss yo


10 comments:

  1. Pocket: I give sweet, soft kisses and don't mind if I get them back.

    River Song: I am a very aggressive kisser and use a lot of tongues. If anyone tries to kiss me I turn my head a push them away with a paw. I think a dog kissing a human is beautiful but a person kissing a dog is gross.

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  2. You two are funny, and such opposites. We don't do face kissing and barely tolerate it from our mom. Dad knows better. Xoxo Lucy and Xena

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  3. Nope, but I do lick my...oh, nevermind!

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  4. Little Bit would like our faces, but she wasn't much for return kisses. So we didn't.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  5. I will give a few ear licks, but that's all. Our angel Miss Ginger would give a complete doggie spit facial. When the siblings were growing up, they said it was the best cure for acne!

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  6. Dougie Dog: I sure do give kisses with my really big, big tongue and they pretty much cover the entire human face I am kissing ... if that said face does not turn away from me that is!

    The Zoolatry Human a/k/a Grandma: I will most often be seen as one turning slightly away from that humonguous tongue though there are "others" in the household who do not seem to mind a "face" bath!

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  7. We ALL love giving Daddy kisses...but Mama says she would rather give us kisses...so we mostly let her.

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  8. Oh, I smooch every cat that I can get near my lips!
    Only The PO'M licks my face; Sweetie licks my fingers.

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  9. We all love to give kisses. Mom says that the best day of kisses was when she first saw Misty when she met the foster mom at the shelter. Misty washed every bit of Mom's face and all her tears too:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  10. I'ma kitty, but yes, I kiss my mom's face and I just purr when I get a kiss back. She never stops at one. That is a pain in the neck but...she means well.

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